After the great success of last year’s Shabbat Tent at High Sierra, we are going back! The entire Bookstein clan will be rolling in vendor style, hosting the tent this summer.
Join Shabbat Tent for a rockin’ weekend at this legendary music festival. It might be a long drive — but it is worth every minute of the drive, trust me. (Quincy is a ten hour drive from LA.)
What is Shabbat Tent? Shabbat Tent is a place to gather, share food, make l’chaims, chill, rehydrate, charge your cell phone, and get out of the sun. We do inspiring an Kabbalat Shabbat, candle lighting, Shabbat Dinner and Lunch, and a musical Havdallah.
Everyone regardless of religion, spiritual views, etc. who wishes to spend any time at the Tent, is of course welcomed without question.
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Rabbi Yonah and Rachel Bookstein’s Pre-Marriage Class
Creating the Foundation for a Healthy Marriage
A Class for Engaged Couples and Newlyweds
Sun. June 2, 16, 23 at 8pm Free
Mazel Tov! You are engaged to the love of your life, you are walking on cloud 9 and have to slap yourself twice a day just to be sure you are awake and not dreaming! Rabbi Yonah and Rachel Bookstein and JConnect present this 3 part class to help you build towards the successful marriage you want and deserve. This course includes three, ninety-minute classes with Rabbi Yonah, PLUS a one hour one-on-one counseling session w/ Rachel Bookstein for each couple.
On Sunday, February 10th, Southern California Jewish Student Services (SoCalJSS) held its third bimonthly texts and tippling event. “Rituals & Rums” was an enjoyable experience for an adult crowd, where participants got to enjoy exploring a variety of rums as well as exploring withRabbi Drew why Judaism has wine in so many of its rituals. Whether it be lifecycle events or holiday/shabbat activities, the topic under discussion provided some questions and insights as to why and how wine came to be associated with them.
As with previous such events being “Witches & Whiskies” in October and “Torches & Tequilas” in December, in addition to exposing the crowd to the topic and the spirits, the purpose of the series is also to serve as an opportunity for giving of one’s tzedakah money to support the work of SoCalJSS in Jewishly enriching the lives of young adults in Southern California.
The next such event will feature a single-malt Scotch tasting on Sunday, April 21st at 7pm.