That time of year again! 3/25, 6:15pm. 24 max, RSVP for up to 3 additional.
For us fellow MOT (members of tribe) and those interested in finding out what a Seder is about.
In the Jewish tradition, let's do a Passover Seder together. This will not be overly religious! For those unfamiliar, the Passover observance starts with a huge meal and retelling of the story of Exodus. Did you see Charleton Heston in that old Exodus movie? Yeah, that's it. Lots of good food including chicken, matzha ball soup, Charoseth, gifilte fish, and at least 4 glasses of wine. Ok, you don't have to do the FULL glass each time the reading calls for it :)
Here's a link to more information than you'd care to know: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passover_Seder
Let me stress, this is a fun celebration, not a somber occasion. This IS a kid friendly celebration.
If you would like to bring a dish, feel free though not required. Please note, nothing with any yeast or leavening agent.
Here are some links to some traditional items. Should you choose to bring one of these dishes, mazel tov! Please post a message here indicating what dish you'll bring. Items like Macaroons, gefilte fish, matzah, and a few others can be found in the ethnic section of local super markets.
As the seating is somewhat limited and I'll be buying food based on RSVP count,please ensure you are attending if you RSVP yes. Thanks!