Celebrate Lag B'Omer!
Have you heard of Lag B’Omer? Lag B’Omer is a minor Jewish holiday that marks the 33rd day of the counting of the Omer. The Hebrew letters “Lamed'' and “Gimel” total “33.” The period between the second day of Passover and Shavuot is called the “Omer” time - a time of transitioning from the freedom of Passover and the Israelites receiving Torah at Shavuot. The customary celebrations of Lag B’Omer include picnics, bonfires, and planting trees in Israel. Want to learn more? Click HERE.
Order Dinner from Red Lentil
DEADLINE EXTENDED! Orders due Sunday, 4/25; Pick up Thursday, 4/29, 4:30-5:30 pm, TBS Front Parking Lot
In honor of Lag B’Omer, enjoy a delicious meal from Red Lentil in Watertown. Red Lentil offers inventive vegetarian and vegan dishes inspired by global cuisine. Hopefully the weather will allow for outdoor dining on your deck or patio! Please select “take out” from the online ordering portal, set the date and time as April 29, 4:30 pm, and put Temple Beth Shalom in the special instructions.
Orders due Friday, 4/23, Pick up Thursday, 4/29, 4:30-5:30 pm, TBS Front Parking Lot
After dinner, light your backyard firepit and make some s’mores, or enjoy them indoors! Kits are $5; each kit makes 4 s’more sandwiches. Recipes for indoor preparation included. Vegan marshmallows and gluten-free graham crackers available on request. If you have a child in the Children’s Center or Mayim Tamid on 4/29, your kits can be delivered to their classroom during the day!