Shabbat Across Ramah 2018: Friday, November 9th

Don’t you miss Shabbat at Camp?

Picture the trees swaying in the breeze as the sun sets in the chorsha (grove), eating chicken soup and brownies in the chadar ochel, or belting out Mipi El, and Yom Zeh MechubadThere’s nothing like a Shabbat at Ramah. And, while there’s no way to truly replicate a camp Shabbat without being in Palmer, we can try and bring a little bit of a perfect camp Shabbat into the year.

Shabbat Across Ramah encourages Ramahniks to get together for a Shabbat dinner on Friday, November 9, 2018. Whether you’re inviting other camp families to your home, getting together with alumni, or attending a community Shabbat dinner, you’re part of the program as long as you’re celebrating with other Ramahniks.

For those living in the Boston-area, we have two community Shabbat Across Ramah dinners, which we invite you and your family to join:

BOSTON – Open to all Ramah alumni and friends of Ramah
Moishe House South End – address given upon RSVP
Time: 6:15 PM
Click here to register
Questions? Email Emily Farbman.

SHARON, MA – This is a multi-generational event, open to all Ramahniks and their families living in the Boston area!
Temple Israel, 125 Pond Street, Sharon, MA 02067
Time: 6:00 PM
Click here to register
Questions? Email Mindy Goldstein.

Can’t make it in time for services at Temple Israel in Sharon? No problem!  We look forward to having you join us for Shabbat dinner, but please remember to RSVP!

Are you new to camp? Let us know and we will pair you with a seasoned Ramahnik who would love to show you the ropes for the evening at Temple Israel of Sharon!

Do you need a place to stay for Shabbat?  Please contact Mindy Goldstein and she will gladly arrange it!

If you live outside the Boston-area and are interested in signing up for a community dinner near youclick here.

If you are planning on hosting a meal, please let us know and we’ll send the first 100 hosts a FREE Ramah challah cover! Click here to sign up

We hope you will be able to participate in Shabbat Across Ramah!