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Young Family Tu Bishvat Seder: Renewal, Growth, and Hope for the New Year of the Trees

Sunday, January 16, 2022 14 Sh'vat 5782

10:45 AM - 11:30 AMZoom

The days are beginning to enjoy more light, even though the weather remains cold. Tu Bishvat, the new year of the trees, is a holiday that signals the coming of spring and the renewal of the cycles of growth and warmth. We begin to shift our mindset to renewal, growth, and hope as we begin a new year with new possibilities.

Join us for a special Tu Bishvat seder designed just for young families. We have our own simple Haggadah and a planting project we will do together. 

Just register below to attend on Zoom and to sign up for a seder gift bag including your planting supplies.

If you prefer to do your own shopping, a list is provided below so you can gather the necessary supplies to participate in the seder. 

Shopping list for the seder:

  1. Fruit of the vine: Both a dark and a light variety 
  2. A food from each of the four categories: 
  • Fruit with a pit and a fleshy outside that can be eaten (e.g., olives, dates, apples, pears, plums, cherries, apricot, kumquat, peach)
  • Fruit with a protective shell and edible inner part (e.g., clementine, edamame, tree nuts, pineapple, banana, coconut, kiwifruit, walnut, almond)
  • Fruit that can be eaten entirely (e.g., grapes, strawberries, blackberry, figs, raspberry, cranberry) 
  • Fruit that has both a protective shell and pits that cannot be eaten (e.g., oranges, grapefruit, lemon, lime, melons) 

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