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Boston Workmen's Circle Center for Jewish Culture and Social Justice
1762 Beacon St, Brookline, Massachusetts 02445
The Boston Worker's Circle Young Adult Committee and Moishe Kavod House are partnering to invite you to a night of latke frying, Klezmer Jam-ming, Socialist dreidel, and the classic biblical mitzvah of human-menorah building! Let's celebrate the light together in the tradition of our people!
~$10-$15 Suggested Donation~
6:30 Potluck, Deep Frying and Schmooze!
7:00 Klezmer Jam (bring an instrument!), Deep Frying, Card-Writing
8:00 Candle Lighting, Songs & Human Menorah
8:30 Live Music with Isaac, Ben & Georgia
~THIS IS A POTLUCK — bring food and drink to share! Sign up to bring an item here: tinyurl.com/RadicalChanukah
~LATKES AND DONUTS will be frying all evening — pop into the kitchen and lend a hand!
~B.Y.O.MENORAH & CANDLES!
~SEND HOLIDAY CARDS TO IMMIGRANTS IN SANCTUARY- We'll have a card writing station! You'll also be invited to donate funds to support Francisco Rodriguez and Siham Biyah, both currently in detention in the Boston area, and to support the Boston family of Nhan, who was recently detained and deported back to Vietnam. Bring your wallets and/or checkbooks if you're able to donate!
**Hosted by the BWC Young Adult Committee, and co-sponsored by Moishe Kavod House. All are welcome!
Accessibility Note: We regret that this event is not wheelchair accessible. The event is on the second floor, with 7 steps and a threshold into the building, and a winding staircase up to the second floor.
The Boston Workmen’s Circle Center for Jewish Culture and Social Justice is a multigenerational community, as well as an arts and culture center, where Jewish identity is rooted in cultural heritage and the pursuit of a better world.
Moishe Kavod House is a vibrant, home-based Jewish community for people in their 20s and 30s dedicated to tikkun olam, the repair of the world. By integrating arts, learning, Jewish spiritual practice, and social justice work, we strive to create a welcoming Jewish community that is personally meaningful and deeply engaged with justice work. Learn more by liking Moishe Kavod House Boston or exploring kavodhouse.com. Join our Moishe Kavod House Community group or sign up for our e-newsletter bit.ly/KavodNews to keep connected.