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Shavuot

May 28 - May 30
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9:15 am

Yom Tov Morning Service Celebration

May 29 @ 9:15 am - 11:00 am

Celebrate Shavuot with morning prayer and intention. Join the Ohavi Zedek community on ZOOM at 9:15

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4:00 pm

Paper cutting with Shavuot Themes

May 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Bring the supplies listed and create a paper cutting with artist Rosa Leff. For adults and teens. Rosa will demonstrate basic papercutting techniques and show you how to create a papercut from a photograph. Participants will learn about various cutting implements and papers. We will conclude with a brief question and answer session. Join with ZOOM at 4:00 p.m. Stencil and photos to print at FULL SIZE for the lesson Download the Stencil Download the black and white photo Download the color photo Supply List: Any paper lighter than cardstock.  I use Canson Mi Teintes. A print out of the provided image An X-Acto knife (I prefer the Fiskars Fingertip Craft Knife and Excel #11 Blades) A self healing mat Scotch tape A pencil

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Pirkei Avot – A Journey through Ethics of Our Ancestors

May 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

“Turn it, and turn it, for everything is in it. Reflect on it and grow old and gray with it. Don't turn from it, for nothing is better than it.” Ben Bag Bag (Pirkei Avot)

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5:00 pm

Children’s Art Project

May 29 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Create and celebrate! Shavuot in color and form
Join Beth for Shavuot art-making. Grab some paper and something to color with as we journey to the mountain together with story and creative expression. Ages 4 and up

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5:30 pm

Multi-generational Storytelling

May 29 @ 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Join the community in sharing stories related to Shavuot as a pre-Kabbalat Shabbat gathering of communities across the state. We are honored to have Rabbi David Fainsilber facilitate storytelling offered by Ted Molnar, previous president of Rutland Jewish community, Maggid David Arfa of Brattleboro Area Jewish Community, and Rabbi Danielle Stillman from Middlebury College Hillel. Engage in some community connection before we dive into an enriching and musical Shabbat gathering. Story Title: Sense of Wonder b' Sense of Wonder David Arfa, Maggid (Mah-geed/Storyteller) is dedicated to Judaism's storytelling heritage and ancient environmental wisdom.  He has produced the Parents Choice Award winning CD, 'The Life and Times of Herschel of Ostropol: The Greatest Prankster Who Ever Lived', and, 'the Birth of Love: Tales for the Days of Awe'.  His full length storytelling performance, 'The Jar of Tears: A Memorial for the Warsaw Ghetto Rebbe' won the Cohen Center Hildebrandt award for its "artistic quality, technical mastery and depth of vision." To find out about his storytelling workshops and his Jewish environmental programs please visit his website at www.maggiddavid.net. Join Us on ZOOM at 5:30PM  

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6:00 pm

Kabbalat Shabbat

May 29 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Vermont Rabbis and Cantors are coming together for an uplifting musical Kabbalat Shabbat like no other. Music, storytelling, poetry, and your favorite clergy all come together for this never before, epic, Vermont-style Shabbat service.  All in one room, er....Zoom.  This is not to be missed! Join Vermont's Jewish Communities on ZOOM at 6 PM Click here for the Siddur for Kabbalat Shabbat service

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7:30 pm

Oneg and Schmooze

May 29 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Stay on ZOOM after the service and schmooze! Time to be social. Bring a drink and some food to this social time.

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