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Passover Events and Resources

Women’s Mindfulness Nature Walk Experience
with Cantor Sternlieb and Naturalist Cindy Olsen
Saturday, April 30 at 4:30 pm

Looking to relax and revitalize? Join us to renew your spirit and celebrate the coming of spring by soaking in the beauty and nourishment of the forest. Naturalist Cindy Olsen will guide us through Gedney Park, sharing the powerful physical and mental benefits of nature and mindfulness. Cantor Sternlieb will share Passover insights as we journey on the path. Along the way, we will partake in a nourishing and healthy food and beverage break before closing with the ritual of Havdalah.

This event is for women ages 13 years and older who are able to walk park trails. Appropriate footwear and comfortable "hiking" clothing for nonstrenuous trails should be worn.

Reignite the sisterhood of Beth El! Click here to RSVP. Once registered full details will be sent. Rain contingencies in place at the temple.

Classic Passover Candy Fundraiser
Last day to order is March 18

Order your classic Passover candy and support TBE's Religious School - 40% of all proceeds go to the temple! Macaroons for your grandkids. Fruit-Slices for your college student. Lollycones for lunch boxes. Chocolate-covered matzah for yourself! 
Click here for full details and to place your order.

Night of Milk and Honey
Saturday, April 2 at 7:30 pm
Featuring Wine Geeks of Armonk and Second Mouse Cheese Shop of Pleasantville

Gather together for an evening of wine, cheese, and honey tasting. Cheese, honey, and seasonal fruits will be provided by Second Mouse Cheese Shop and a selection of wines will be offered by Wine Geeks. Join Rabbi Jaffe for the ritual of Havdalah and your friends and neighbors for an evening of eating, drinking and schmoozing. As proof of vaccination will be required upon entry, this will be a mask-optional event.
Click here to RSVP on our website by March 24 as spots are limited.

Matzah Bake with Rabbi Jaffe
Make your own matzah for your Passover seder! Join Rabbi Jaffe in the video below to learn how to make kosher for Passover Matzah, mixing and baking within 18 minutes. Then bring the matzah to your Passover seder and wow your guests.

Passover Food Drive
April 1-15

We are in need of:
Boxes of matzah
Plastic bottles of grape juice
Kosher for Passover candies or cookies
All other types of Passover food

Wed, February 1 2023 10 Sh'vat 5783