Mar 30, 2012
Below is a guide to Passover Seders that are open to the community at large:
Chabad of The Five Towns
Chabad of The Five towns will be hosting what they call an inspirational Passover Seder, inviting you to experience the “deeper meaning of Passover in a warm and motivational environment.” They will be having a traditional Seder dinner with insights, singing, four cups of wine and “Matzah galore.” The seder will be held on Friday night, April 6th beginning at 8:00 p.m. It costs $40 for adults and $30 for children (under 10). They urge you to reserve a spot soon before space runs out.
There will be a community Seder at Reconstructionist Congregation Beth Emeth on Saturday, April 7th at 6:30 p.m. It costs $36 for adults, $18 for children (5-13), while children under 5 are admitted for free. Beth Emeth is located at 36 Franklin Avenue in Hewlett. You can reach them at (516) 374-9220.
Temple Hillel will have a community Seder, which will begin on Saturday evening, April 7th after Shabbat at Temple Hillel. It costs $50 adults, and $20 for a child under 12. They will serve a traditional glatt kosher Passover meal. The seder will be conducted by Rabbi Steven Graber and Cantor David Guber. Temple Hillel is located at 1000 Rosedale Road in North Woodmere.
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