January 24, 2016
The Dryansky Gallery
2120 Union Street San Francisco, CA
Online Registration for this event is now closed. If you would still like to register please contact Arielle Levy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.677.9600 x946.
This Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees, celebrate with a contemporary food and wine experience and learn more about environmentalism in Israel.
Enjoy a four-course pairing menu with a seder led by Rabbi Alex Shandrovsky of L'Chaim Foods, and tastings guided by Jeff Morgan, renowned author and winemaker of Covenant Wines.
Hear from Shahar Sadeh, adjunct professor at Columbia University, about the role that the environment and sustainability play in Middle East peacemaking.
And take this final opportunity to view the Celestial Nights exhibit at The Dryansky Gallery before it closes, a spectacular series of nocturnal landscapes from Israel and the Sinai Desert by Jerusalem based photographer Neil Folberg.
$54 General Admission
Free for all JNFuture Sabra and Root Society Members
Co-Sponsored By L'Chaim Foods, Covenant Wines, and The Dryansky Gallery
Generously Underwritten By Helen & Peter Loewenstein, Mark Javitch & Allison Pascal
Host Committee: Amy Ovadia, Arielle Adelman, Karen Springer, Zoe Goldfarb
Fundraising Event for Young Professionals Ages 22-40 | Advanced Registration Required
Dinner and Wine Served | Kosher Dietary Laws Observed
Please note that heightened security measures will be in place. You must
be registered to attend, IDs are mandatory and name badges must be worn
at all times. Bags are subject to being checked.