Permission to Enter: Passover Rewind
Apr
26
7:00 PM19:00

Permission to Enter: Passover Rewind

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This experience has been made possible with generous support of Genesis Philanthropy Group.

Remember talking to your babushka and eating borsht in her kitchen while listening to Soviet stories? Let’s reimagine that today in Los Angeles. What was the Soviet Exodus like and how did affect our generation? How did we end up here and what’s next? Who is a Russian-speaking Jew in modern America and how do we tell our story? Come be in good company with meaningful conversation about our past and our common future.

Dinner will be Passover Friendly – bread free, Kosher style.

Co-Created with Svetlana Kornilova and Eugene Steinberg.

This seder experience is for Russian-speaking Jewish young adults in their 20s and 30s.

Reach out by April 17

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The One With The 90s Seder: A Throwback for Young Couples
Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

The One With The 90s Seder: A Throwback for Young Couples

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Reach out by April 17

Who here used to dream of getting Nickelodeon slimed or has ever worn butterfly clips in their hair?  Have you ever bumped into someone and said, “move it Football Head”?  When you hear it’s time for Passover, do you instantly start picturing Tommy Pickles freeing the Israelites from Egypt? Well then this is the Seder for you!  Come drink some Capri-sun cocktails and remember the days of yesteryear while retelling the story of the Exodus, 90’s Edition. So sit back, relax, and let the characters of our childhood lend a hand in celebrating this year’s Passover Seder. Come dressed in their finest platform heals and baggy pants. 

Dinner will be Kosher for Passover Style – think Kosher brisket and chicken!

Co-Created with Holly Max

This seder experience is for NuRoots Young Couples.



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The New Narrow Place: A DIY Seder
Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

The New Narrow Place: A DIY Seder

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Reach out by April 17

 

“What does this mean to YOU?” More than just one of the Passover Four Questions, it’s a question we posed to our creative NuRoots community members as we set out for the first time ever to build a community-sourced Haggadah.

With guidance from co-creator and master storyteller, Alexander Nemser, we've reimagined the Haggadah! Join us as we read from this collaborative collage — made modern, relevant and personal by our community members' words and ideas.

Dinner will be Passover Friendly – bread free, Kosher style – a fully plant based, vegan menu - start to finish.

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Welcome Home: A transpLAnt seder
Apr
23
7:00 PM19:00

Welcome Home: A transpLAnt seder

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Reach out by April 17

 

Remember that first day you moved to LA? Maybe you moved back to LA?

You are an LA transplant- living and breathing the excitement, the stress, and the 405. You might be far from home, but home is where your community comes together. Join your Valley community for a reimagined transplant themed Passover seder. Explore the 10 plagues of LA, retell your own transplant stories, and meet other fellow 818ers! Celebrate the OG transplants the Israelites that shleped their way from Egypt to Israel much like your current commute from the Valley to Santa Monica. Welcome home!

Dinner will be Kosher for Passover Style – a fully plant based, vegan menu - start to finish.

Co-created with Danny Bittker, Danielle Kanizo, Lindsay Dick, and Mitch Marmon.

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Red Sea Reflection: A Wake-Up Call to Gratitude
Apr
22
7:00 PM19:00

Red Sea Reflection: A Wake-Up Call to Gratitude

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This experience has been made possible with generous support of the Y&S Nazarian Family Foundation and the Jewish Community Foundation

 

The song “Dayenu” in the traditional Passover Seder translates to “enough” and is about being grateful for all of the gifts given to the Jewish people. During this song, Persian Jews have a ritual to hit each other with scallions, representing the hardships of slavery and a wake-up call to present day. Join us for an experiential deep-dive of the themes of the Dayenu blessing and this ancient Iranian tradition. We’ll explore what’s holding us back, connect with each other, and all over a enjoy a delicious Kosher for Passover meal. Come with an open heart and open mind.

Dinner will be fully Kosher for Passover – Glatt and all.    

Co-created with Sharon Peykar.

This experience is designed for those in their 20s and 30s from all cultural backgrounds and who enjoy reflecting and going inward.

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Shabbat x Seder LA
Apr
19
to Apr 26

Shabbat x Seder LA

NuRoots and OneTable LA are teaming up together to help you be the seder host of your dreams. Welcome to Shabbat x Seder LA - a unique opportunity for you to create and reimagine your own Passover Shabbat Seder. Time to gather around the dinner table, this time adding some of your favorite Passover themes, discussions, and intentions to your Shabbat celebration.

Host (and post!) as part of Shabbat x Seder LA, and we can offer you three awesome ways to elevate your dinner on either Friday, April 19, Saturday, April 20, or Friday, April 26.

[1] Seder Co-Lab

A personalized design session video-call with OneTable’s Resident Rabbi and experts at NuRoots. During the call, you’ll get to explore creative ideas and wisdom for your table! Once you post your Seder, we’ll reach out with Seder Co-Lab slots for you to sign up.

[2] Double the Nourishment

How are these nights different than all other nights? On these nights, we’re partnering with NuRoots to nourish designated hosts at twice the normal amount. For more details, check out our Nourishment page.

[3] The Network

A cohort of community organizers + hosts for you to connect with and plan alongside.

**You must post your dinner on the OneTable site no later than Tuesday, April 16th in order to be nourished for Passover. **

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