Mimouna: A Moroccan Post-Passover Party

We’re opening our doors to celebrate with young Jewish adults in the Twin Cities!

Mimouna – a post-Passover celebration in the style of Moroccan Jewish communities – is coming to St. Paul on Saturday, April 23rd. Since the 18th century, Moroccan Jews have observed the holiday by welcoming neighbors, Jewish and non-Jewish, into their homes for festive, food-laden gatherings on the last night of Passover.

Tirbahu vetis’adu is the traditional Mimouna greeting. It’s an invitation to come to our “house” and enjoy all we have to offer for young adults in St. Paul and the Twin Cities!

– Dance the night away to Middle Eastern beats
– Get a henna tattoo
– Belly dancing performance & learn how to belly dance
– Open bar with beer, wine & specialty Israeli arak cocktail
– Light apps, sweets, and Moroccan dessert mouffleta
– And more!

Early Bird tickets are $18 before April 8; General Admission tickets are $25 before April 23; tickets will be available day-of and at the door for $30.

Dress code: Dress to impress and wear the colors of Mimouna – green and gold! 💚💛

Mimouna is a 21+ event hosted by YALA Twin Cities and the St. Paul Jewish Federation community shaliach, Hadar Pe’er. The event is co-sponsored at the Gold level by the Multiracial Jewish Association of Minnesota and Beth Jacob. We also thank our Green level co-sponsors: Mt. Zion Temple, Temple of Aaron, and Temple Israel 20s/30s.

Todah rabah to TCJewfolk for their support!

Our policy to prioritize the safety of all attendees is to request everyone be vaccinated against COVID-19. We will follow any city mandates and update registrants with any additional restrictions before the event. Thanks in advance!

Details

Date:
April 23
Time:
9:00 pm - 11:59 pm
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mimouna-a-moroccan-post-passover-party-tickets-297260152117

Venue

Gatherings at Station 10
754 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102 United States
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Organizers

YALA
St. Paul’s Community Shaliach