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Rosh Hashanah Festival Celebration [Sep. 21st, 2008|10:55 am]
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The Pillar of Smoke, Pittsburgh's only group devoted to the
exploration of aboriginal and heretical Judaism, invites you to this
year's celebration of Rosh Hashanah. Please come celebrate the
birthday of the world with us, with food, wine, ritual, drumming,
dancing, and of course, the blowing of the shofar. Jews, non-Jews, and anyone in between are welcome to attend -
after all, the birthday of the world is something anyone should be
able to celebrate.

The time: Monday, September 30, at 12:00 PM

The place: The tree circle in Frick Park (the part of the park with
the big blue slide, but further back toward the walking paths)

What to bring: It's traditional to wear all white for Rosh Hashanah;
we suggest one colorful accessory, just to emphasize that it's a
joyous occasion. If possible, please bring some kind of food that can
be shared with everyone else present; kosher or vegetarian is
suggested, but anything without pork or shellfish in it is most likely
okay.

Please RSVP, so that we know how many copies of the ritual book we'll
need. Please also feel free to contact me with any questions.

L'shana tovah! (Happy new year!)
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