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  • Yom Kippur eve services and events
    Friday, Sep 29th 5:00p to 9:00p
    See http://www.hobokensynagogue.org/high-holy-days-at-ush.html for the full High Holy Day schedule at USH!

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  • Young Professionals Break-fast at Moishe House
    Motzei Shabbat, Sep 30th 8:00p to 9:30p

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  • Ordering Lulav/Etrog ($36/set)
    Sunday, Oct 1st 12:00p
    Deadline for ordering Lulav/Etrog = Sun Oct 1 at noon. Lulav/Etrog can be picked up on Wed Oct 4, or during services on Thurs Oct 5 or Fri Oct 6.

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  • "Circles of Welcome" session 1
    Tuesday, Oct 3rd 7:00p to 9:00p
    Announcing: Circles of Welcome, Hudson County, NJ! An exciting program for new couples and new parents exploring how to build community and what a Jewish home looks like on your terms. Join an intimate cohort of other couples at your life stage and choose your path of learning and exploration with the support of a mentor. Sponsored by the JCC of Manhattan together with United Synagogue of Hoboken and Temple Beth-El Jersey City. First session Tues Oct 3. Register at http://ebiz.jccmanhattan.org/personifyebusiness/Programs/ProgramDetail.aspx?pid=647927861&_ga=2.176774892.813092519.1505150432-655150484.1473192941

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  • Shabbat/Sukkot eve guest speakers: Sally Pillay and Jill Singleton: immigrants, asylees and refugees in our community
    Friday, Oct 6th 7:00p to 9:00p
    On this holiday of Sukkot, when we focus on what it means to have a permanent home or to lack one, Sally Pillay, from First Friends, and Jill Singleton of The Lighthouse, will tell us about their organizations' advocacy for immigrants, asylees, and refugees in Hudson County. Services 7pm; presentation 7:40pm, followed by refreshments in the Sukkah. Free; RSVP requested. Sponsored by the USH Refugee Committee.

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  • My Jewish Neighborhood Sukkah Hop
    Shabbat, Oct 7th 5:30p to 7:00p
    Sign up and visit a sukkah in your neighborhood for a potluck dinner followed by dessert and havdalah! RSVP to http://bit.ly/USH-Sukkah-Hop-2017 In your RSVP, please tell us how many people, ages of any children, and if you prefer to be placed in a home that is strictly kosher. (Note: all meals will be either vegetarian, or strictly kosher.) Please RSVP BEFORE YOM KIPPUR (before September 30, 2017) Soon thereafter we will send out a confirmation of your location and what category of meal [appetizer, entree, dessert or beverage] you are asked to bring. If you have any questions please contact office@hobokensynagogue.org or call the office at (201) 659-4000. If you are building a sukkah and would like to be a host for the Sukkah Hop, please contact us at office@hobokensynagogue.org.

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  • Refugee dinner - Sukkot edition
    Shabbat, Oct 7th 5:30p to 7:00p
    Celebrate Sukkot this year while supporting a local refugee family. You will visit a sukkah in Hoboken for a delicious vegetarian dinner comprised of Syrian dishes, prepared by a local resettled refugee who is a chef. The cost is $45 per adult (note: this event is for age 18+ only), and the funds that are raised will support her family. (Note: this program is concurrent with the other USH My Jewish Neighborhood Sukkah Hop dinners.)

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  • PJ Library Gate Sale Fundraiser
    Sunday, Oct 8th 9:00a to 1:00p

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  • Community Young Family Sukkot Party
    Sunday, Oct 8th 10:30a to 12:30p
    For families with children 5 and under.

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  • Young Professionals Sushi in the Sukkah
    Tuesday, Oct 10th 7:30p to 10:30p
    Young Professionals SUSHI IN THE SUKKAH Celebrate Sukkot with friends, sushi, wine and snacks. Tuesday, October 10 | 7:30pm-10:30pm United Synagogue of Hoboken 115 Park Avenue, Hoboken, NJ $10 tickets at hobokensynagogue.org $15 at the door

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Order your Lulav and Etrog for Sukkot

 

Deadline for ordering Lulav/Etrog is Sunday, Oct 1 at noon. Lulav/Etrog can be picked up on Wed., Oct 4, or during services on Thurs., Oct 5, or Fri., Oct 6.

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Mon, September 25 2017 5 Tishrei 5778