Tue 4/7 @ 7:30PM
This year’s Passover will be different for Jewish families. Normally it’s a time to bring together far-flung family, friends and even strangers to celebrate a seder around a big communal table, accompanied by ceremonial foods and a familiar ritual. But this year, small family groups will be celebrating without their extended families and network of friends. So this night will really be different from other nights, and other seders.
Passover begins the evening of Wed 4/8. To lift people’s spirits about the situation, Cleveland comedian Deena Nyer Mendlowitz will host an online program with author Ken Schneck and Congregation Shaarey Tikvah’s rabbi, Scott Roland, sharing stories of seders past that involved unusual or unexpected situations.
It’s free. Go to the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Facebook page here to sign up.