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Passover 2015

When Apr 06, 2015
from 05:30 PM to 07:45 PM
Where Social Hall
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Save the date for the Community Potluck Seder, April 6th at 5:30 PM in the Social Hall.

Last year, we enjoyed a joyous seder celebration with excellent food, inspiring music and beautiful flowers as the Rabbi led us on our journey from slavery to freedom.

CBH will provide, wine, matzah, and ritual food items. Attendees are asked to bring their favorite Passover main dish, side dish or dessert. Please note: No meat dishes are permitted in the Social Hall. Also, no bread, flour or yeast products are allowed during Passover. Suggested items include matzah or potato kugel, fruit, vegetables (except corn and beans) and tuna fish or salmon. Please bring salads without croutons or salad dressing. Kosher for Passover salad dressing will be provided.

Reservation Forms are available online and in the CBH office. RSVP forms are due by March 31st. This event sold out last year so reserve your seats early if you would like to attend.

$10 for partners ages 10 and up, $12 for non-partners, $5 for children 3-9 and college students, age 3 and under is free.

Lastly, there is a place on the form to indicate if you can help set-up or clean-up. Please do! Your help is greatly appreciated.

There are other volunteer opportunities available as well.

If you have questions, please contact the office at

RSVP FORM: Passover Seder Reservation Form 2015

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