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Please join us at Temple Beth Ora, Edmonton’s Reform Synagogue, 12313 – 105 Avenue, on Friday February 2ndat 5:30 pm for an explanation of Tu Bishevat followed by the Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat service at 6:00.

Did you know that there is not one, but four New Years in the Jewish Calendar and that one of them is reserved for trees?  Yes, Tu Bishevat is the Jewish New Year for trees and it falls mid-winter when our trees are dormant.

As part of the Edmonton Interfaith Centre’s Interfaith Explorations series, we have been invited to join Rabbi Gila Caine and Temple Beth Ora for a Kabbalat Shabbat service and a celebration of Tu Bishavat.  Everyone is welcome.

Following the service, there will be an Oneg – a social time with light refreshments.

PLEASE RSVP, NOT STRICTLY NECESSARY BUT IT WILL HELP WITH FOOD PLANNING. ENTRANCE IS THROUGH THE PARKING LOT ON THE SOUTH SIDE, LOTS OF FREE PARKING.