Vegan Seder

2016 Beth Haskalah-Rochester Area Vegan Society Seder Announcement

Saturday, April 23rd, 6 pm

Our seder for Pesach (Passover) this year will Saturday, April 23rd at the Brighton Town Park Lodge, 777 Westfall Road (just east of the Islamic Center/ mosque on Westfall Road).*
Our seder will be a joint seder with the Rochester Area Vegan Society. All foods will be vegan. Please share with Ellie Cherin what you will be bringing when you RSVP.

For non-members of Beth Haskalah or the Rochester Area Vegan Society:

—Please bring a vegan dish to pass that satisfies the special Passover seder rules, so: no meat, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy products, gelatin or honey, and

no wheat products (no wheat pasta, bread, crackers, or cookies), except for matzoh and matzoh meal (but no egg matzoh!)

—Please pay a $5 guest fee

—Please RSVP to Ellie Cherin at echerin@frontiernet.net, or 585-271-2116

FOR EVERYONE: Please confirm you are coming, how many people you will be bringing, and what you will bring to the seder to share.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Other questions may be directed to me, Barry Swan (329-3305) Thank you.

*The Brighton Town Park Lodge (Carmen Clark Lodge) is located on the south side of Westfall Road between East Henrietta Road (15A) to the west and S. Clinton Rd. to the east. Look for “Brighton Town Park” sign. The driveway leading to the Lodge is called “Haudenosaunee Trail.” The lodge is a log-cabin type building set in a park with playground equipment and an outdoor pavilion. No alcohol is allowed in the Brighton Town Park Lodge.

Shabbat Nov. 6

Shalom. I am happy to announce that we will celebrating the Shabbat on Friday, Nov. 6th, at 6:30 pm.
The Aries (141 Hollywood at Elmwood) have opened their home for us to for this celebration. We will have our traditional potluck dinner.

Email Miri Arie at ariemiri@gmail.com or call 585-857-9394 (there is a good likelihood you will leave a voice message) to say how many people will be coming and what you will bring.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to call me (329-3305) or email me.
Shalom, Barry

Barry SWAN
baswan@aol.com