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Shabbat Salon: Professor David Fenner

Friday, September 13, 2019 13 Elul 5779

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Join us for Shabbat Salon, featuring guest speaker David Fenner,  affiliate faculty member at the Jackson School of International Studies at UW. David will speak on, "Citizen Responses to Authoritarianism."

 

ABOUT OUR SHABBAT SALON

We begin with a full Shabbat service at 6:00 pm followed by a catered dinner and speaker in the Social Hall at 7:00 pm. The presentation begins between 7:45 and 8:00 pm, and the event typically concludes at 9:00 pm. You will enjoy a buffet-style vegetarian dinner provided by locally owned Nineveh catering. Each menu is specially created just for TBH!

September Dinner Menu: 

  • Tabouleh with pomegranate (contains wheat , citrus , onion)
  • Green salad with pomegranate molasses dressing
  • Black eyed peas and carrots stewed in lemon, saffron, and honey. Served with basmati rice (contains citrus)
  • Sautéed Swiss chard and leeks with toasted pecans and fresh lemon (contains citrus, nuts)
  • Turnips simmered in date syrup
  • Honey cake (contains wheat, citrus)

Dinner is $10 per person. RSVP is required for the dinner only. You may join us for the service and presentation without an RSVP.

HOW TO REGISTER

Complete the form below and pay online with a credit card or PayPal account. If you prefer to pay by CHECK OR CASH, please e-mail your dinner RSVP to tbh@bethhatfiloh.org. You may drop your payment in the Mail Box in the TBH foyer by the admin office or you may pay the night of the event.

Once dinner registration has closed, payment for dinner is non-refundable if you have to cancel. However, you may transfer your dinner ticket to another person. If you choose to pay by check/cash, please contact the office to make arrangements.

Important Note: Event Registration is for the dinner ONLY. You may attend the service and/or speaker presentation without having dinner.

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