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Tu B’Shevat Seder – Location Changed to Berkeley Hillel

Saturday, January 19, 2019
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

UPDATE: due to an unexpected problem with our tent, we will be moving the seder to Berkeley Hillel (2736 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704). We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your flexibility.

Explore the divine sensory stimulation of the Seven Sacred Species at our annual Tu B’Shevat Seder.

Sip farm crafted liquors and libations; enjoy an incredible dinner and a seven course menu made with local, seasonal, ingredients; and give ode to the natural wonders and spirits of the season. Tickets include dinner, drinks, and a full evening of entertainment and wonder. This night of revelry is not to be missed.

Gourmet catering by Daniella Bensimon and DaniBensimon Catering. With wine from Covenant Winery and beer from Fieldwork Brewing Company.

Tickets Available Until Sold Out.

Tickets are available online only, no door sales. The Tu B’Shevat Farm Seder is an extravagant affair; therefore ticket prices are higher than most farm events, with costs averaging $55 per person.

In an effort to make this event accessible to as many people as possible tickets are on a sliding scale, $45 to $100, and there are a limited number Avodah (work-trade) tickets available. Please contact Ari Eisen for more information about Avodah tickets.

This magical event will sell out quickly so reserve your spot today!

Join Us to Support Our Native Neighbors: Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish New Year of Trees, marks the season in which sap begins rising in trees as regrowth begins. We celebrate the regenerative life-force of land. Each year, Urban Adamah selects an organization doing work related to land protection that we highlight and invite Tu B’Shevat seder members to support.

This year we have chosen the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, an urban Indigenous women-led community organization that facilitates the return of Chochenyo and Karkin Ohlone lands in the San Francisco Bay Area to Indigenous stewardship. They do this by raising funds to purchase un-ceded Ohlone land which, of course, was taken by force. Acquired land is returned to the Ohlone community to become a resource for connection, education, celebration and earth stewardship.

Please consider making a donation here. There also will be opportunities at the Tu B’Shevat seder to learn more about and support the work of the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust.