Residents of Coral Gables and surrounding areas are warmly invited to attend a traditional Passover Seder open to the entire community. All are welcome, regardless of Jewish affiliation or background, to participate in this elegant Passover Seder with an inviting atmosphere of warmth and acceptance.
The Passover Seder will take place at the beautiful Hotel Colonnade, 180 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, on Friday, March 27, at 7:45 pm. Participants will enjoy the Holiday of Freedom and partake in an inspirational evening complete with a four course gourmet Passover dinner. The Seder will include a selection of fine kosher wines and hand-baked Matzah, spiced with unique traditional customs. Cover charge for the Seder is $72 per adult, $36 per child with reservations by March 14; $85 per adult and $45 per child thereafter.
“Keeping everyone safe is our first priority,” says Chany Stolik, coordinator of the Seder. “Working with the Colonnade we have come up with the following important guidelines: We will be hosting the Seder in a large ballroom to allow for social distancing. We are offering an option of family tables or, if you choose to sit with other guests, there will be social distancing between seats. Covid Guidelines will be adhered to. Due to the guidelines above, there is limited seating available.”
“The Seder is an opportune time to bring unity in the community, meet new friends, and enjoy delicious food,” says Chany. “The Seder will be interactive, warm and vibrant, interspersed with lively discussions. No background knowledge is necessary to attend and the evening will be easy to follow with step by step instructions. It’s the Seder that has kept families together for thousands of years.”
“Passover is not simply a celebration of the historic liberation of an ancient people,” said Rabbi Avraham Stolik, director of Chabad in Coral Gables. “Passover is about our own personal liberation – physically, emotionally and spiritually. Passover inspires us to break free from the shackles restraining us from reaching new heights – in our lives, relationships and connection with G-d. We look forward to greeting you.”
For more information about the holiday of Passover, visit ChabadGables.com/Passover.