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High Holidays 5784 at Makom Triangle
Name of other adults and children in your family who will be attending
Leil Slichot Song Circle, Saturday 9/9: 9:30-11pm
Rosh Hashanah events
The Rosh Hashanah Kidz program will be set up closeby to services. Kids who feel comfortable are welcome to join while their caregiver stays at services, and little ones who need more attention are welcome to join with an accompanying caregiver.
Morning service, Saturday 9/16: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Kidz Program, Saturday 9/16: 11AM - 12PM
Lunch Potluck, Saturday 9/16: 12:30 PM
Day 2 Shofar in the Woods, Sunday, 9/17: 3-4pm
Please list the ages of children attending the Rosh Hashanah Kidz program!
If you're attending the Rosh Hashanah lunch potluck, what are you bringing? (main, side, beverage?)
Note that for all Makom events we try to ensure all food is vegetarian and kosher. However, we do allow kosher fish https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/kosher-fish-list/ . Let us know if you have any questions about this! Please confirm the dish is vegetarian and kosher AND if the dish abides by any other dietary restrictions (i.e., gluten-free, vegan).
Do you or any children in your family have a severe food allergy such that we should make sure no food at the potluck contains that allergen?
Yom Kippur events
Special notes: there will be snacks in an inconspicuous location separate from prayer space; alternative space during yizkor; specifics of workshops etc TBA; space to lie down / take walks / etc during the long break
Kol Nidrei service, Sunday, 9/24: 6:30-8pm
Morning service, Monday, 9/25: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Creative grief space (yizkor), Monday, 9/25: 3:30 - 4:30 PM
Workshops/processing/discussion spaces, Monday, 9/25: 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Neilah, Monday, 9/25: 6:30 - 7:45 PM
Break-fast, Monday, 9/25: 8:00 PM (register by 9/18 to be included in the food order!)
Sukkot & Simchat Torah
Family-Friendly Farm Sukkot Celebration, 10/1, 3-5pm in Cedar Grove
Sukkot Party, Friday, 10/6, 5-9pm in Durham (bring something to decorate the sukkah with!)
Please list the ages of children attending the Summit Farm Celebration on 10/1!
I am aware of the Makom COVID safety protocol for this year's high holidays:
We are not requiring that attendees test before attending High Holiday events. This is a change from previous Makom events, which we're making due to the reduced availability of rapid tests. However, we ask that folks stay home if they're experiencing symptoms.
Yes, I understand
Is there anything else you'd like the high holiday planning committee to know that would make HHD more accessible for you?
Makom is a brand new Jewish community rooted in collective liberation, the lands we live on, and a wellspring of Jewish traditions. This is our first full high holidays and we're so excited to connect! Please tell us if you are...
A member of Makom
New to this community and looking to connect
Just visiting/checking out Makom this high holidays
Excited to maybe become a member of Makom in the future
Would you consider making a donation to Makom to make this and future programming possible?