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Tu b’Shvat begins the evening of Tuesday, January 30, 2018 and is celebrated until sundown on Wednesday, January 31, 2018.
Consider hosting a sustainable Tu b’Shvat seder using Hazon’s Haggadah and other resources!Tu b’Shvat Resources
Hazon is at the forefront of an evolving conversation about how American Jewish life can be strengthened by engagement with food, the outdoors, and the environment.
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Spend the holiday with family and community. Come enjoy gourmet kosher-for-Pesach food, inspiring seders, and the beauty of the Berkshires. Includes Camp Teva for kids!
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center has been offering annual summer camp experiences for active adults 55+ since 1956. We are honored to continue this tradition by providing you with a warm and welcoming atmosphere for one of the best summer vacations you’ll ever have.
The Davvenen’ Leadership Training Institute (DLTI) offers a unique learning experience to help those who lead worship in a Jewish context to deepen the quality of communal prayer so that it activates the body, touches the heart, engages the mind, and nourishes spiritual growth and insight.
Join the People of the Bike for our 18th annual fully-supported ride and retreat. This exciting, diverse community Shabbat and cycling experience is open for people of all cycling levels and ages.
Cycle from Jerusalem to Eilat and broaden your understanding of the region as you meet Israelis, Palestinians, and Jordanians working towards peace, environmental sustainability, and regional cooperation.
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Join Hazon & Repair the World NYC for a night full of fruitful conversations and tree-mendous food. We will toast the new year of the trees and learn about the surprising relevance of this ancient holiday and how it can inform our actions today.
Deepen your knowledge of the climate crisis at this interactive workshop led by renowned scientists, faith leaders, and environmental advocates. Learn how you can engage with this urgent issue and take action in New York now.
The Romemu Yeshiva aims to teach Torah and support the practices of Tefillah (prayer), Tzedakah and Gemilut Hasadim (acts of justice and kindness) through a contemplative lens.