Tired of the same old Passover haggadahs? Want to infuse your seder with creativity and put your personal spin on the Passover story? Always wanted to learn the history and significance of the elements of the seder? Join Eser for a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Haggadah Workshop!
The haggadah is the text that outlines the order of the symbolic meal of Passover, the seder. We’ll be discussing the various elements of the haggadah as we help you create your own unique booklet to take home and use for your Passover seder (or to bring to any you attend). No prior haggadah or craft knowledge necessary. Cost includes craft materials and snacks provided at the event.
The event will include haggadah-related learning with R. Eliana Jacobowitz (of Somerville’s Temple B’nai Brith) and a stamp making workshop with local artist Kit Collins.
Come for a fun learning and crafting afternoon, stay to have a drink, a bite, and a walk around the awesome Bow Market. With your amazing Eser friends, of course!
Space is limited for this event (we’re capping it at 40 people) — please register ahead. We won’t be accepting walk-ins. Thanks for understanding!
PLEASE NOTE: This event is for Eser 2019 participants and those participants of the Riverway Project’s Seder Squad, a training, support, and funding program for those in their 20s and 30s to host seders in their home. For more information on Seder Squad including applications, other sessions, and seders participating in the Squad, check out The Riverway Project’s website. If you are interested in participating in this event and are not a current participant in Eser 2019 or the Seder Squad, please contact Sara.