Schulak Farm, West Bloomfield Township, MI
Join Hazon Detroit for an intimate and enlivening farm to seder Tu B’Shvat dinner, celebrating the Jewish new year of the trees with delicious food, great company, and evocative learning. We’ll gather in Schulak Farm’s warm and cozy farmhouse situated gently amongst the trees.
Facilitated by Rabbi Nate DeGroot and the Hazon Detroit team and open to adults of all ages, the evening’s menu and content will correspond to the mystical Four Worlds model, as we turn to the trees to be our teachers and guides. Expect a joyous night of structured conversation, self-exploration, and spirited reflection, moving us towards new layers of healing and connectivity.
Vegetarian dinner will be provided by Chef Phil Jones and guest teachers will include MSU Department of Forestry faculty members Richard Kobe and Emily Huff.
Cost is $26 per person.
Space is limited, so please register in advance.