Join Jewish Farm School and Kol Tzedek Synagogue for an intimate celebration of the Jewish New Year for the trees. This year we’ll be exploring our connection to land throughout history and in the present moment. We will also learn about a local campaign in Philadelphia to preserve urban farms and gardens currently being threatened by development.
The experience will be guided by song, poetry, readings, and discussions as we honor the trees and enjoy different fruit, nuts, and wine in celebration of the ever-flowing spiral of Jewish time.
Tickets are $18/person. A limited number of $10 subsidized tickets are available for those for whom the full cost is a barrier. Proceeds from the event will go toward the Threatened Gardens campaign.
Space is highly limited, so book your tickets soon.