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EcoJews of the Bay proudly presents:
The 3rd Annual Sustainable Sukkah Project
Sukkot Seder Under the Setting Sun
Saturday, October 15, 5:00-8:30 PM
Hayes Valley Farm, San Francisco
You're invited to join the EcoJews of the Bay community for our third annual innovative & green Sukkot celebration! Hayes Valley Farm is provides an urban agricultural setting for a unique seder exploring Sukkot's timeless environmental messages, a community potluck dinner, and a Havdallah ceremony with music and singing under the stars.
More Event Highlights
• Decorate our sukkah
• Tour of Hayes Valley Farm in the heart of San Francisco
• Learn to make your own cleaning products at our Tox-out Workshop
• Shake the lulav and etrog
**Tickets and Potluck Details**
Please register in advance at http://sustainablesukkah3.eventbrite.com
*Potluck: Please contribute a seasonally inspired vegetarian dish for six. We ask that you bring your own reusable plate, cup and utensils so we may reduce waste.
Your ticket cost supports EcoJews of the Bay and Hayes Valley Farm. Additional donations to EcoJews are tax deductible. If you're planning to pay at the door, please bring CASH.
The mission of EcoJews of the Bay is to inspire environmental action through Jewish values.
Thanks to our community partners:
Hayes Valley Farm and Birthright NEXT
October 15 2011
5:00 PM -
Adults: $18, Children (4-11): $7 Work exchange available: Email email@example.com Sponsor our work exchange crew: $18