The Y’s Norman E. Alexander Center for Jewish Life supports and engages people of all backgrounds and life-stages throughout their personal Jewish journeys. Proudly partnering with local institutions, the Center serves as Northern Manhattan's hub of Jewish life, bringing together our community to explore Judaism and Israel through thought, experiential programs, social action, and fun.
Outdoor Community Shabbat Dinner
Friday, June 11, 2021
After more than a year away, we are hosting our first community Shabbat dinner on June 11, and you’re invited! All are welcome, whether your family gathers weekly or this will be your first Shabbat dinner.
5:30 PM Children's Song Program
6:00 PM Shabbat Blessings and Dinner
6:45 PM Adult Program
Field Next to the Y (54 Nagle Avenue)
Plant-based dinner will be individually wrapped from the Riverdale Kosher Marketplace.
Socially distant picnic seating. Bring your own picnic blanket.
Suggested Donation: $5/person or $20/family
Registration is closed, but some spots/meals may become available. If you would like to be added to our waiting list, please contact Mara Bragg, Y Beginnings Parenting Center Manager, email@example.com.
This special Shabbat dinner is hosted by Shamayim Jewish Animal Advocacy, VegFund, PJ Library, the Y's Norman E. Alexander Center for Jewish Life, Camp Twelve Trails, and Bubbie's Kitchen.
PJ Library provides free books that celebrate Jewish values and culture to families with children newborn to 8 years old. Sign up for PJ Library to receive the gift of Jewish books each month – at no cost to your family – at ny.pjlibrary.org.