Rosh Chodesh Gatherings for 5779

Greetings Rosh Chodesh fans! We’re going to kick-off this year’s Rosh Chodesh gathering with a non-Rosh Chodesh event on Thursday, October 25 at SSU’s Jewish Music Series. Everyone is invited to the free event (free parking, too). The music starts at 6:30pm. Carpooling is encouraged. At least one carpool from Beth Ami will leave the parking lot at 5:45pm. See the program below.

Mark your calendars for the following Rosh Chodesh gatherings:
Thurs, November 8 at 7pm … baking Mandel Brot … we’ll have all the supplies and request your RSVP and a $5 donation for Rosh Chodesh Kislev.
Sun, December 2 at 11am … Potluck diary/parve brunch at Judy Gunnar’s home … Spice exchange for Chanukah … jumping the gun for Rosh Chodesh Tevet.
Mon, January 7 at 7pm … Guest speaker regarding fire restoration and trees that benefit from fire … celebrating Rosh Chodesh Shevat.
Tues or Wed, February 5 or 6 (TBD) at 7pm … Yoga at Hannah Caratti’s studio … a $5 contribution is requested (but no one will be turned away) for this Rosh Chodesh I Adar event.
Thurs, March 7 at 7pm … Making masks for Purim … bring glitter, beads, decoration for this Rosh Chodesh II Adar event.
Sun, April 7 at 11am … Passover treats and recipes demonstrated in the Beth Ami kitchen … Rosh Chodesh Nissan.
Sun, May 5 … Lunch at Kosher Chinese Shangri-la and time at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco … carpooling from Beth Ami at 10:30am … Celebrate Rosh Chodesh Iyar.
Tues, June 4 at 7pm … Guest speaker (TBA) and guided meditation … Celebrate Rosh Chodesh Sivan.
Wed, July 3 at 5pm … Parve or dairy potluck picnic at Spring Lake … Celebrate Rosh Chodesh Tammuz.
Fri, August 2 … Celebrate Rosh Chodesh Av as Rosh Chodesh women participate in the Friday night Kabbalah Shabbat service (7:30pm). Family Dinner at 6:30pm … reservations required … call Elizabeth in the Beth Ami office (360-3000).
Sun, September 1 at 11am … Planning meeting for Rosh Chodesh Gatherings 5780 … Potluck dairy or parve brunch
Looking forward to seeing everyone!

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