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Tu BiShevat is the New Year for Trees, and the Tu BiShevat seder is a celebration of our love for trees and of our gratitude for all the gifts that the trees give to us.
This year we will be offering two options:
Join us in person
Wednesday, January 24, 5pm
This will be a multi-generational gathering, hosted by the Family School. Meet at the WJC, in the social hall.
Join us online
Wednesday, January 24, 7pm
Zoom link is in the email newsletter
We invite you to set yourself up with fruits and nuts, and red and white wine or grape juice.
There are 4 categories of fruits and nuts to prepare:
- Edible inside and inedible outside, such as walnuts, almonds, pistachios, citrus
- Edible outside but inedible core, such as dates, olives, cherries, apricots, plums,
- Edible throughout, such as figs, grapes, raisins, blueberries
- Fragrant gifts like rosemary, cinnamon, bay leaf, ceder