A Celebration of Mardi Gras, Valentine’s Day, Chinese New Year and Purim all rolled into one!
If you like to dance but seldom get the chance, come to the Santa Monica manse, and dance, dance, dance! If you’re into great food, partake of the jambalaya, red beans & rice, and bread pudding for Mardi Gras; Chinese chicken salad and orange chicken for Chinese New Year; chocolate cake for Valentines Day; and Hamantaschen for Purim, plus more! If you like historic landmarks, come explore this private home which was originally built in the 1930’s as the multi-car garage and servant’s quarters of the Winnett Estate, whose owners were partners in Bullocks Wilshire! If you have children and don’t get out as much as you’d like, RSVP for childcare at only $5 per kid!
This fundraiser benefits Sholem’s secular Jewish Sunday school & adult activities. Taking place north of Montana at the home of Jan Goodman & Jerry Manpearl. Featuring Live Klezmer Music by Claire Bergen & The Shpil with Dance Master Bruce Bierman. Costume Contest & Prizes, DJ & Dancing, Karaoke Room, Kids Rec Room, Complimentary Buffet & Cash Bar.
$15 Advance Purchase
$25 At Door; $5 Youth (under 18)
$20 In Costume or Early Arrival (before 7:30)
$5 Childcare - RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
(And save the date for Sholem’s model seder Sunday, 3/17, a culturally meaningful, non-religious, communal observance of Passover. All ages welcome.)
Sholem embraces intercultural, non-traditional, and interfaith families. Our ceremonies affirm human dignity, regardless of sexual orientation, religious, or ethnic backgrounds.
For more info: www.sholem.org
Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 7:00pm
|Event Price:||$5 - $25|
|Organization:||Sholem Community Organization|
|Other Organizations/ Sponsors:||The Workmen's Circle / Arbeter Ring|
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