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Temple Bat Yam to celebrate song, trees

“Shabbat Shira – The Sabbath of Song,” will be celebrated tonight at Temple Bat Yam, 3260 Pioneer Trail, South Lake Tahoe.

From 5:45-6:15 p.m., there will be a “Potluck Nosh.” Participants should bring a dairy, fish or vegan (no meat) appetizer to share. At 6:15 p.m. the Shabbat service will be filled with the music of Temple Bat Yam.

The “Shabbat on the Snow” will take place Saturday at Heavenly Mountain. Meet at 10 a.m., at Tamarack Lodge for some turns. A short Shabbat (Sabbath) service will be at 12:30 p.m., at Tamarack Lodge.

TuB’Shevat Seder (Tu B’Shevat means “New Year of Trees”) will be at 4:30 p.m. at Temple Bat Yam, 3260 Pioneer Trail, South Lake Tahoe.

A potluck dinner with dairy, fish or vegan dishes (no meat) will follow at 5:30 p.m. Bring food according to your last name: A-G: salad or side dish; H-P: entree; R-Z: dessert

It will be a busy weekend for the congregation to celebrate the beautiful trees; join as a community; learn about Judaism’s ecological traditions; eat great foods; concluding with a Havdalah (ceremony) observing the end of the Sabbath with song, wine or juice and spice.

For more information, call Temple Bat Yam at 530-542-1211; e-mail templebatyam@yahoo.com or go towww.tbytahoe.org/.

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