Seders In The New York Area


Published January 26, 2007, issue of January 26, 2007.
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Check out The New Shul’s Tu B’Shvat Jam and explore your relationship with the environment. Experience live music and poetry, performed by the talented members of The New Shul, and enjoy special foods and wine.

The New Shul, 272 W. 10th St.; Feb. 2, 7 p.m. (212-284-6773 or

Hazon and the JCC in Manhattan present their fifth annual Seder. Participants eat organic fruits and nuts, drink wine and examine connections between food, Jewish traditions, the Earth and each other.

JCC in Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Ave. (at 76th St.); Feb. 3, 7 p.m.; $20; registration required. (646-505-5708, or

Rabbi Gili Haupt leads a Tu B’Shvat Shabbaton, including Friday night davening, a Tu B’Shvat mystical Seder and a musical Havdalah.

Carlebach Shul of Passaic, 300 Pennington Ave., Passaic, N.J.; Feb. 2- 3. (Contact Reuven Sarett at 973-773-8286, 646-356-8652 or

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