Unmasked: A Modern Purim Celebration & Service Project
* WINE & BEER * LIGHT APPETIZERS * HAMANTASCHEN * INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION * OPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL PHOTO SESSION * DIY SERVICE PROJECT CRAFT*
drink, and give back this Purim! Sometimes we wear a mask to cover up
who we are. Join us at Beyond Studios, a modern photography studio, as we tackle our common struggle to be the person we
want to be while balancing multiple identities (and social media
accounts.) Mingle over drinks and festive snacks, participate in an
interactive discussion with Rabbi Rami Schwartzer, and enjoy an optional photo
session and Purim themed art project with a
We will also make "mask" hats for Only Make Believe, a non-profit that creates and performs interactive theater for children in hospitals and care facilities, as our contribution towards the Purim theme of giving to those in need.
Very limited number of tickets!
$15 - Early bird ticket until March 12 or sold out
$18 - Regular ticket
*A portion of ticket sales go to supplies for our service project
Tickets include:Optional professional photograph session & digital copy of photo, a glass of wine or beer, light appetizers & hamantaschen, and a drink ticket to use at Ivy and Coney bar for our after-party.
6:30 - 6:50 pm - mingle, sip, nosh, & intros
6:50 - 8:00 pm - participate in 2 event stations - 1) interactive discussion 2) photo session with professional photographer and community service craft project
EntryPointDC, the 20s and 30s program of the Edlavitch DCJCC
Thank you to our after-party sponsor:
About Our Experts:
Rabbi Rami Schwartzer is the founder of a new Jewish community for 20s and 30s in the greater DC area, currently working as a community rabbi in Northern Virginia. A lifelong camper, Rami is also Director of Ramah Day Camp of Greater Washington, DC, with over a decade of experience creating immersive Jewish environments. Rami has served congregations in New York, Texas, and Israel, and as a chaplain at MJHS Hospice & Palliative Care in New York City. Rami holds degrees from Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, where he received rabbinic ordination.
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