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TribeFest
Sponsor InterfaithFamily
Type of Event Trip
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Description TribeFest is an entertaining, interactive and educational celebration that will draw over 1,500 Jewish young adults (ages 22-45) from across North America. TribeFest will reflect the vibrant setting of its host city, Las Vegas, offering meaningful, fun, and top-quality content. Through presentations by dynamic leaders in politics, entertainment, music, art, food, religion and other aspects of Jewish life, TribeFest will offer attendees many ways to connect to their own Judaism and how they see themselves as part of the community. Top Reasons You Should Be There: 1. Learn about opportunities to connect with local, national and international organizations. 2. Network with people of all different backgrounds from across North America. 3. Explore your passions and interests and discover new avenues for action. 4. Celebrate and embrace the many rich aspects of Jewish life. 5. Hear dynamic speakers share their stories and why being Jewish matters to them. 6. Participate in meaningful service projects and make a difference. 7. Discover Judaism at your own pace and in your own manner, in ways that specifically resonate for you.
Date/Dates March 06 2011 - March 08 2011
Times 2:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Cost Varies
Street Address Mandalay Bay Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South Google Map
Location Las Vegas, NV 89119 United States
Contact Information
Contact Name Lee Levin
Email(s) Lee.Levin@JewishFederations.org
Website(s)
http://TribeFest.org                                        
Phone Number 212.284.6707
Additional Information
Religion Jewish - Unaffiliated, Transdenominational, Traditional, Just Jewish, Jewish Renewal, Secular Humanist, Progressive, Pluralistic, Orthodox, Converting, Conservative, Reconstructionist, Reform
Audience Couples, Gay/Lesbian, Men, Singles, Women
People who are interested in Popular Culture, Spirituality, Israel, Synagogues and the Jewish Community
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