LGBTQ Community Shabbat Dinner!
The LGBT Shabbat dinner will be a wonderful opportunity to socialize with 250+ LGBTQ Jews and enjoy a delicious traditional kosher meal, Israeli wine and good times. All are welcome.
After dinner, the room will be open until 11:30 p.m. for dessert, wine, cocktails and MORE SCHMOOZING.
7 June 2013 – 7:30 p.m. (prompt)
Congregation Rodeph Sholom (Schalfer Forum)
7 W 83rd St @ CPW, NYC
$40 ($25 for students) by Monday, 1 June.
$48 ($30 for students) thereafter (on a space available basis).
Before dinner, join Rodeph Sholom for its 17th Annual LGBTQ Pride Shabbat Service at 6pm. Our speaker at the Pride Shabbat service will be Joy Tomchin, a producer of the Oscar-nominated documentary “How To Survive A Plague.”
RESERVATIONS & PREPAYMENT FOR DINNER ARE REQUIRED
Reservations for dinner are made through the JCC in Manhattan online at www.jccmanhattan.org/lgbtq or by calling 646.505.5708
Student price must be booked by telephone & not on the website.
DO NOT SEND CHEQUES TO RODEPH SHOLOM
Please wear Shabbat synagogue attire.
All food is kosher. Vegetarian available upon request on or before Monday, 3 June.
No one will be admitted without reservation and prepayment.
If you have any questions, please contact the dinner committee at LGBTQ@crsnyc.org .
If you are a regular at these shabbat dinners or want to get more involved, consider volunteering. We need you! Email LGBTQ@crsnyc.org
(This event is cosponsored by the Congregation Rodeph Sholom LGBTQ Committee and the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, partnering with JQY, CBST, GLYSDA, Eshel and JQ International).