How to Run a Tu b’Shevat Seder in One Hour
A Tu b’Shevat Seder can be adapted to different timeframes that you have available. Your seder will feelmore relaxed if you can give them approximately two hours including set-up and conclusion. However, there are times when shorter seders are called for.
It’s not recommended to try to do a whole Tu b’Shevat seder in less than an hour (if you have less than an
hour you might want to try doing just one world), but if you have an hour, it is possible to have a nice
seder during that time period. Here is a timeline that might help.
Note: This timeline is designed for use with a "Four Worlds" Tu b'Shevat Seder. For more examples of this type of seder, and free eco-printed 1-page haggadot, visit Canfei Nesharim.org.