Tree b'Earthday: A Tu b'Shevat Celebration
Friday, January 25 – Sunday, January 27, 2013
at Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center in the Connecticut Berkshires
Give thanks for the birthday of the trees and the Jewish Earth Day with the many branches of the Jewish environmental movement. Join activists, rabbis, leaders, and educators to contemplate and celebrate our interconnectedness with trees and the natural world.
Tree-mendous highlights include:
-Romemu-style (Renewal) services with Shir Yaakov
-Orthodox services with Rabbi Greg Wall
All-inclusive rates start at just $228* per person and include farm-to-table shabbat meals, an elaborate seder with four cups of wine, lodging, diverse learning and celebration, multiple prayer options, yoga classes, guided hikes on our beautiful trails, and more.
Visit http://isabellafreedman.org/tubshevat for more information and to register.
*Register by midnight on December 28th and save 10%!
*All attending Tree B'Earthday receive 50% off a two-day community organizing training, in partnership with Jewish Energy Covenant Campaign, Jewish Energy Network, & JOIN for Justice, in Washington DC on March 13 and 14. Click here to apply!
Thanks to our sponsors: