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Missed the Shavuot Retreat and jealous of the swag? Already have one mug and want to complete your set?

Buy a stylish and useful Kehilat Hadar Shavuot 2016 mug now to support kiddushes, community meals, learning, and more great KH programming this summer. Mugs cost $8 each or $15 for a pair. Donate online to pay and pick it up in shul on Shabbat morning, or contact adin@kehilathadar.org with special requests for alternative pickup or shipping.

Tisha B'Av: Ma'ariv and Eicha Reading

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August 13, 2016 - 9:15pm

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Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan, at 805 Columbus Ave on 100th Street

Join Kehilat Hadar for Ma'ariv and a reading of Eicha on Saturday night, August 13 at 9:15 PM. Please bring a flashlight (no candles), a siddur and, if possible, a copy of Eicha. We will be collecting tzekah at services.

Halakhic Note: As a sign of mourning, it is customary not to greet people on Tisha B'Av - please take no offense.

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KH Discussion on Social Justice Programming

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July 31, 2016 - 7:00pm

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UWS. Exact address will be provided upon RSVP to maddy@kehilathadar.org

Join Kehilat Hadar community members to brainstorm and contribute to our community's plans for upcoming Social Justice programming. Allen Lipson will host and lead a conversation where we can consider a variety ways we can engage the community in this work and select the types of causes we'd like to support. If think you'd like to participate in future social justice programming, have ideas about which causes we should prioritize, or are interested in helping shape our community's vision social justice, we'd love for you to attend.

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Food for Thought Kiddush-Time Shiur

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July 30, 2016 - 12:00pm

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Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan, at 805 Columbus Ave at 100th

Join us for a shiur during the end of kiddush. Jeremy Tabick will teach about the idea of "muktzeh" - objects which are forbidden to touch on Shabbat. Is it a secondary fence around the "real" laws of melakhah (forbidden labor), or is it an essential way to observe a Shabbat that is object-oriented and not action-oriented? This brief shiur will overlap the end of kiddush, so there'll be plenty of time to nosh, chat, learn, and still make it to lunch on time.

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