Power vinyasa with Cami!
A weekly study of the Torah with Rabbi Jason Rubenstein
Open to students and the greater Yale community
FAMILY WEEKEND at Yale: September 25-27, 2015
Slifka Center is delighted to welcome Yale families to join us for services, meals, musical performances, and more during Family Weekend! The Center will be open from 8:00am to 11pm on Friday, and 8:30am to 11pm on Saturday and Sunday. Please visit the Allan and Leah Rabinowitz Gallery on the 2nd floor to see what’s on view, and feel free to ask for a tour at the front desk, we’ll be glad to arrange one any time.
Friday, September 25
5:30 pm – Shabbat Kiddush/Happy Hour at Slifka Center
5:45 pm – Orthodox, Conservative/Egal and Reform Shabbat Services at Slifka Center
7:00 pm – Family Style Shabbat Dinner hosted by The Yale Hillel Student Board Register Here!
8:30 pm – Magevet, Yale’s Jewish A Capella group, including the first public performance of the freshman members
Saturday, September 26
9:14 am – Orthodox Shabbat Services in Sylvia Slifka Chapel (2nd floor)
9:30 am – Conservative/Egal services in Beit Midrash (2nd floor)
11:30 am – Communal Kiddush in Allan and Leah Rabinowitz Gallery
12:30 pm – Shabbat Lunch Register Here!
3:00 pm – Afternoon Lecture by Frederick M. Lawrence, Senior Research Scholar, Yale Law School and Professor of Politics and former President, Brandeis University: “Tikkun Olam 101: will there be competition in the world to come?”
4:00 pm – Open House with staff and student leaders
6:00 pm – Tangled Up in Blue Concert
6:05 pm – Mincha, followed by Ma’ariv, Seudah Shlishit
Sunday, September 27
8:30 am – Orthodox Minyan
10:30 am to 1:00 pm – Slifka Open House and Bagel Brunch, with bagels and lox and cheesecake galore! Register Here!
12:00 noon – The YMCA Jerusalem Youth Chorus Concert
Official details from Yale, including a full schedule of events, hotel information, and more can be found at: http://familyweekend.yalecollege.yale.edu/