Join us at the JCC for a traditional community First Night Seder, led by Hazzan David Silverstein. Open to the entire Jewish community, the participatory Seder will include a tasty dinner, prepared by Irene's Kosher Kitchen, Ceremonial Manischewitz and Kosher for Passover grape juice at each table, singing, conversation, and a search for the Afikomen. Feel free to bring a bottle of Kosher for Passover wine. Vegetarian entrée available with advanced request.
Reserve a single seat, a table for ten, or anything in between. Please note: tables will not be able to accommodate more than ten people. If you have a larger party, we will split you between two tables.
Please bring your own high chair or booster seat.
If you have any additional questions or requests, call Allison at 210-302-6828.
Rice University professor and San Antonio native, Dr. Joshua Furman, will return to the JCC for a presentation about his new work creating an archive of Houston and South Texas Jewish History.
The JCC is welcoming Dr. Joshua Furman this Sunday for a lecture series about his new work creating an archive of Houston and South Texas Jewish History. He will also address what steps we as a community can take to ensure San Antonio’s Jewish history will be preserved for generations to come.
Tickets are $10 each, but CISA members can get 50% off admission. To receive this, visit this link and enter the code FurmanCI. The code may also be used on purchases made in person at the JCC or over the phone at 210-302-6820.
The event is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 5 at 4pm at the JCC.