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Shabbat with Shlomo in NYC! March 13-15

Shabbat with Shlomo in NYC! March 13-15

Join us for a Livnot-style Shabbat in New York City, the weekend of March 13-15. Livnot Educator Shlomo Tal (formerly Doron) will be in Manhattan for an awesome/chill/re-jew venating Shabbat experience that will make us feel like we are back in Tzfat. On Sunday, we are organizing a volunteering opportunity for Good Deeds Day.

We have a full Livnot Shabbaton organized for you. From dinner together, lively discussion, singing of course, and an Oneg lasting till the wee hours. On Saturday there will be lunch and learning, time to connect with Shlomo, third meal and Havdallah, and everyone is welcome to keep the party going with a night out in NYC! Sunday, we are organizing a volunteer opportunity, activity to be announced. It all takes place in the Upper West Side, at the Manhattan Jewish Experience 131 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024. You are free to come for some or all of the festivities. We would love to see you!

Schedule for March 13-15
Friday, March 13th:
6.30pm Candle Lighting
7.00pm Carlebach style Kabbalat Shabbat (optional)
8.00pm Shabbat Dinner
9.30pm Oneg
Saturday, March 14th:
9.30am Optional Beginners Minyan at MJE (Intro to Parshat Hashavua with Shlomo Tal, speaking at the MJE Beginners Minyan TBA)
1.00pm Livnot Lunch
2.00pm Break
3.30pm Shlomo Time
5.30pm Class
6.30pm Third Meal
8.00pm Havdala
10.00pm Chevre Night Out with Shlomo!
Sunday, March 15th:
Volunteering opportunity. Order your meals here via PayPal.

NYC Shabbaton

For reservations E-mail Hilary Levin at hilarylane16@gmail.com or go to the Facebook event and join here.
Greeting the peace of Shabbat overlooking the hills of Tzfat
Nick Henderson
Nick Henderson
nick@livnot.org

Before making Aliyah from Scotland, Nick ran an international NGO called Youth End Poverty and worked with a number of non-profits and social change organisations, including the British Council, Oxfam and Save the Children. Nick was previously Social Media Manager / Alumni Relations Manager at Livnot. Now he lives in Jerusalem and is passionate about public health issues, and represents Israel at various international conferences on health policy.