First Fridays Shabbat in Rhinebeck

July 5, 2019 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmAmerica/New_York
Repeat every month on theFirst Friday until August 2, 2019
Cara Levine
Phone: (845) 293.3141
Starr Library- Pavillion
Address: 68 West Market St., Rhinebeck, NY

July 5th, August 2nd/ 6pm- Rhinebeck. Join our community in Rhinebeck for Shabbat services under the summer sky! Arrive at 5pm and bring a picnic dinner, lawn chair, bug spray, and flashlight. Services will be held at the pavilions behind the pool at the Starr Library on E. Market St. in Rhinebeck

On August 2nd childcare will be available! Children are strongly encouraged to attend!

Tot Shabbat will be held at 5:30pm on both nights. Check our event page for a map and further updates!

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