Join our CHJ Family for 2nd Seder of Passover: “Dayenu at the Diner“.
CHJ families and their guests are invited to our annual traditional seder, where we read from our secular humanistic Passover Haggadah including the legendary tale of the exodus from Egypt, updated to include modern exodus stories. Passover is also a celebration of human dignity and of the freedom that makes dignity possible, themes so relevant to our society today.
We’ll gather as we do each year, with all the symbols of the seder plate, the Four Questions and Ten Plagues, and songs led by our song-leader Emily. Who can forget “Let My People Go,” the highlight from last year?
Join us at the private room at the Circle Diner as we share a sit-down dinner and wine (all included). Our four-course meal will include matzah ball soup, hard-boiled egg and salad, choice of main dish (turkey, brisket, salmon) and flourless chocolate cake.
Vegetarian options or children’s meals are available to order at an additional a la carte price from the regular menu.
We seek volunteers to prepare and bring your home made Charoset for our “Around the world charoset” tasting.We chose Circle Diner for its convenient Fairfield location, ample parking and ability for us to offer a reduced ticket price — 25% below last year — just $30 per adult, children $15 (under 10).
Everything is included…You need only to show up ready to meet friends and sing, “Dayenu!”
This event has capacity of 44 people, and, is “first come first served.”
Please register as soon as possible with this Eventbrite link. Any questions? Please email email@example.com.
For those members who prefer virtual we will be in touch with details about the zoom option when we get closer to the date
The diner has limited capacity and is
only open to CHJ families and their guests by reservation.