EVENTS IN BRIEF

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9/24 S’lichot Shabbaton in San Anselmo & Oakland
9/25 Aquarian Minyan Council meets
10/2 Erev Rosh Hashanah at Rudramandir

10/3 1st Day Rosh Hashanah at Rudramandir
10/3 2nd Erev Sacred New Year’s Party at Rudramandir
10/4 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah at Rudramandir
10/11 Kol Nidre at Rudramandir
10/12 Yom Kippur Day at Rudramandir

Saturday, September 24: S'lichot Shabbaton

10:30 am, Shabbat Morning service at Beyt Yakov in San Anselmo.
The musical Shabbat service will be led by Ami Goodman.  We will open the Torah to Parashah  Ki Tavo and Reb Tsvi Bar David will give a Dvar Torah for our service.  Following the service there will be a veggie/fish pot luck Kiddush; please bring a dish for six people to share.
Special transportation offer from Bob Jaffe:  Beit Yakov morning service will coordinate with the Aquarian Minyan Selichot program and service by providing a passenger van to bring congregants from Berkeley to Beit Yakov and return to Berkeley in time for the Selichot event
Arik Selichot - It's Time to Wake Up! Register Now!
 4-10 pm, Aquarian Minyan Selichot with Arik Labowitz in North Oakland
We will begin the evening with a learning session on setting our compass for the High Holidays. We will break for third meal and then come together for Selichot services.
4-6 Workshop, $15-36 donation requested  , or $10 for Minyan members who have paid their 2016 membership.
6-7, veggie/fish potluck supper,
7-10, Selichot service
Location: Niebyl Proctor Library, 6501

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The Aquarian Minyan

The Aquarian Minyan invites you to our diverse and welcoming East Bay Jewish Renewal community.  Our community was conceived in ecstatic creativity by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, co-founder of the Jewish Renewal Movement.  
 
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