Havdallah Bonfire Dessert Potluck Dance Party at the Urban Adamah Farm
September 29, 2012/12 Tishrei, 5773
Come gather with friends to celebrate the start of a new week and the abundance of food and community we are blessed with!
Join Wilderness Torah and Urban Adamah for a Havdallah Bonfire Gathering to celebrate the end of Shabbat and the beginning of the week.
On September 29th gather with friends old and new on the Urban Adamah farm in Berkeley for a bonfire, music, drinks, a light nosh, and a dessert potluck. Yum!
Come at 7PM to check out the bountiful Urban Adamah community farm and have a snack and a drink.
At 8pm, we’ll make Havdallah (the short, musical ceremony that separates Shabbat from the rest of the week), light the bonfire, and celebrate with homegrown music, hot chai tea and a dessert potluck.
After Havdallah join DJ Adam Berman (aka DJ Donuts) for some classic 80’s tunes. No fancy dance experience necessary – just a willingness to move!
What to Bring:
- A camping chair
- Your cup for chai, beer, and cider
- Warm clothes
- Musical instruments
- A headlamp
- An item for the dessert potluck
Sliding scale $10-20. Suggested donation of $15 covers snacks and drinks. Please register here in advance, as space is limited.
This is an ingredient-kosher, vegetarian dessert potluck. No bacon chocolate or lard muffins, please.
Co-Sponsored by our good friends at Urban Adamah.
Everyone is welcome at Wilderness Torah events. We create pluralistic, multi-generational community celebrations to reconnect us to the earth-based traditions of Judaism. We welcome Jews, non-Jews, interfaith couples, the GLBTQ community, and people of color. We do our best to offer a range of activities so that people of all backgrounds and experience levels can plug in.