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The PEI Jewish Community is planned for the Second Seder Night, April 20th, 5:30 PM

Date: Saturday April 20

Time: (Doors open)5:30 pm- 9:00 pm (Seder starts at 6:00 PM ish)

Location: York Community Centre, York Road (Route 25)

Direction: From St. Peters Rd and The bypass go North on St. Peters Rd. Travel 4.4 km turn left at highway 25 ( near Jewels Garden Centre) go 11 km York Community center is on the left, parking at the rear.

Note: we currently have about 30 people who indicated they are attending. 

NOTE: if you have not confirmed your attendance with Leslee please call her at 902-367-1979. It is important so we know if we have enough. 

Please don’t forget to bring your own dishes and cutlery and glasses etc.(it helps a lot on cleanup) We have some plastic utensils if necessary and soup bowls.

Prices for the Seder will be.

Members – Adults $25    Family – $60

Non-member – Adults $30 Family $70

Seniors and Students – $20

(*No-one will be turned away because of need (funds are set aside for this purpose), but please contact us in this regard.)

***(Note: This a good time also to pay your yearly PEIJC membership dues which run for the year starting from Rosh Hashanah.( $36 Family & $18 Individual)

    We are looking forward to the Passover Seder Saturday evening (2nd seder night). Pot luck meals are tricky. It’s hard to be sure there are enough side dishes and deserts to meet the need of the meal. While we are not doing a kosher meal this year we won’t have dairy foods or any breads or shellfish or any other foods that are not kosher for passover. 

People who bring a meat or fish dish for a lot of people can be compensated for their costs. They should call Leslee Sack 902-367-1979 to co-ordinate and make sure we don’t have too much of one thing.

These are the dishes that are on the menu. As far as side dishes this is what people have said they will bring.

 MENU 

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PEIJC provides for the seder

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Gefilte Fish

Matzoh ball soup – with chicken broth or with a vegetarian broth.

Wine 

Kosher grape juice 

Horseradish

Haroset

Matzoh

Boiled potatoes (traditional dish)

Boiled eggs (traditional dish)

Brisket

Dishes that people have said they would bring so far

Fruit salad -2 

Israeli Salad

Passover cake

Baked Salmon

Turkey with matzoh stuffing

Dairy free desert

Possible dishes for other to bring

Vegetarian dishes (no flour or bread)

Drinks

Potato kugel

More deserts (Passover recipes)

Any other Passover dishes you want.

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