Celebrate some new moon vibes with some bad ass Philly humans. The Jewish calendar follows the moon cycle so at the beginning of each month, womxn all over the world get together to mark that moment. In the upcoming month of Tevet we’re challenged to look without flinching at our internal lives, process our most difficult feelings and desires — and then figure out what the hell to do with them. That heavy invitation, paired with the secular new year’s fresh start, is a perfect time to create a vision board! Creating a vision board is a fun, tangible, and powerful way to say “yes please” to the abundance you’d like to receive (and deserve!) in your life. We’ll take over a few cozy couches with our art supplies (stickers! googly eyes! glitter!!!) and have a lightly guided conversation based on At The Well‘s excellent resources that ends with making your very own vision board to take home.
Tribe 12 will also provide a light vegetarian dinner and wine — feel free to bring a drink or snack to share as well!
6:30pm – Arrival/eating/socializing
7:00pm – Light mindfulness and conversation
7:45pm – Vision boarding
And if this event sounds a little out there for you, know that there is zero previous knowledge or experience necessary — for real, it’s casual and it’s for you.
Tribe 12 connects people in their 20s/30s to Jewish life and community in Philadelphia today so they will choose to stay connected tomorrow. Tribe 12 welcomes people who identify as Jewish, whose partner is Jewish, or who are exploring Judaism.
Repair The World Philadelphia mobilizes volunteers to support our community, learn about social issues affecting our city, and live out the Jewish value of tikkun olam – repairing the world.
We seek to include all individuals regardless of identity expression, health and disability (visible or invisible), financial circumstances or other needs, and we try to be transparent about to what extent we can accommodate needs at each individual event. For this event, we welcome all who feel they belong in a Jewish-woman’s space, regardless of sex assigned at birth, gender expression, religious history or practice (thanks to Wominyan for this definition). The event is free of charge. The location is a wheelchair-accessible space. We are happy to provide a sign language interpreter. If you require these or other accommodations to fully participate or have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.