Join us for a spirited, warm, traditional Seder experience with a fully catered kosher dinner in downtown! Share your melodies & traditions — with friends old & new!
Friday, April 3th – Services begin at 6:30 PM – Seder begins ~ 7 PM
Led by the Boston Synagogue’s dear friend, Dr. David Fishman, Professor of Modern Jewish History at JTS & one of the foremost scholars about the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe
Price: Synagogue Members: $60/Non-Members: $72/March 15: $75. Children under 10: $30. Students & Young Professionals (20s&30s) $60.
Remaining seats for First Night Seder are limited. Please contact the office ASAP for availability/First-come-first-serve.
Phone. 617-523-0453 Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit. www.bostonsynagogue.org — where you can RSVP by making your payment via PayPal!
Event Location: Boston Synagogue
55 Martha Rd., Boston, Massachusetts, 02114
55 Martha Rd
Boston, MA 02114
$30.00 Children Under 10
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