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In preparation for Passover, try this original intention-setting and immersion ceremony by Mayyim Hayyim, a community mikveh
Honor the female heroes in the Passover story
Everything you need to know, do, buy and prep for your own liberating Passover seder experience
Drink four cups, sing, dance, experience an abundance of spring greens from the Holistic Jew garden, meet friends, vision an optimal reality, and cultivate new insights at this kosher Passover seder
A reimagined citywide Passover festival with a diverse variety of offerings. The theme this year? Order In Disorder.
A freedom seder crawl through Venice
A community seder with echoes of tradition and a unique twist
Imbibe the four cups of wine, search for the hidden afikomen, and discuss Passover’s social justice themes at a four-course seder
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A delicious Passover menu accompanied by wine, live music, and more
Join a home-based, open-hearted Jewish community for a welcoming Passover seder (get in touch using the contact form on their website and say Arq sent you!)
A biodynamic Passover celebration of freedom and liberation
An alternative, political, interactive, and Sephardi/Mizrahi-centric potluck seder
Saviv, a community for Jewish exploration and expression, hosts its 6th annual seder at this classic Jewish deli
Traditional Passover dishes meet Mexican flavors
Enjoy a prix-fixe Passover menu with pastrami onion jam, house-made matzo, and soy duck matzo ball soup
Sit down for a seder dinner with hot smoked salmon on black pepper matzo and flourless chocolate cake with charoset ice cream
Celebrate Passover with a special menu, including Chilled Smoked White Fish Spread with Chive, Matzoh, and Haroset
Jalapeño Matzo Balls and Beef Brisket in Adobo: Comal’s 6th annual Mexican-inspired Passover seders sans haggadot
Join a seder in the private home of a community member of The Kitchen and end your holiday out in the woods
A special four-course menu inspired by guest Chef Goldstein’s vibrant collection of Jewish-Italian recipes from her cookbook, Cucina Ebraica, and her latest book, The New Mediterranean Jewish Table
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