5778! We Can’t Wait!

Back to school supply sales are in full force, Costco has Halloween costumes out already. What’s next? Winter??!!

Luckily, we MOTs have the High Holidays to look forward to first! ICYMI, Rosh Hashana begins the evening of Wednesday, September 20th and Yom Kippur begins on Friday, September 29th. The holidays continue with Sukkot, which begins on the eve of Wednesday, October 4th and they finally come to an end with Simchat Torah, just in time for Shabbat on Friday, October 13th. Basically, it’s a whole month of celebration!

And TC Jewfolk has your High Holiday plans covered!

Hosting and have an extra spot or two? Need somewhere to start your new year off right or break your fast? We can help!

Simply fill out the below form and we’ll get you connected – because that’s what we do best. Whether you are seeking an organic and spiritual Erev Rosh Hashanah dinner with a group of like-minded peers, or a gluten-free and traditional Yom Kippur Break-Fast, we will do our best to make sure you are not alone on the holidays.

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