Where Sinai meets Spadina: a full night of community, study, singing, snacking and more! Over 50 sessions reinterpret and reimagine traditional Jewish texts and open up new community conversations. Special programs for kids and teens. Come for the cheesecake. Stay for the learning. All are welcome!
Main (Adult) Program: 8:00 PM – 8:30 AM • Doors open at 7:30 PM
From 8:00 PM onward, you can choose from over 50 sessions that reinterpret and reimagine traditional Jewish texts and open up new community conversations.
Shavuot Groove: 7:30 PM – 12:00 AM • (For kids ages 5-11)
Come in PJs and stay up late! Let your parents learn while you play! Drop-off starts at 7:30 PM and kids are welcome to join throughout the program. Info about the kids’ program: firstname.lastname@example.org | 416-924-6211 x388.
Pre-Teen and Teen Programs: 7:30 PM – 12:00 AM
Hang out @ the J – Shavuot Style! Pre-teens and teens have separate programs this year! Hang out in a program tailor-made for you.
Call for Volunteers
We’re looking for outgoing people to greet participants; as well as kitchen helpers to set up and clean up snack service as we go through the night. Volunteer duties will be scheduled in shifts so you’ll still have a chance to learn in sessions. Please contact Deanna Di Lello to sign up at email@example.com. Volunteers are encouraged to attend a Volunteer Orientation Session: Monday May 15th, 7:00pm – 8:30pm.
Programs are free, registration requested
Co-sponsored with Miles Nadal JCC, Annex Shul, Association for Canadian Jewish Studies
Base Toronto, Beach Hebrew Institute, City Shul, Congregation Beth Torah, Congregation Darchei Noam, Congregation Shir Libeynu, Danforth Jewish Circle, Downtown Jewish Community School,
First Narayever Congregation, Habonim Dror and Camp Gesher, Hashomer Hatzair and Camp Shomria, Holy Blossom Temple, Jewish Family and Child, Kensington Torah Circle, Limmud Toronto, Makom: Creative Downtown Judaism, Oraynu: Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, Paul Penna Downtown Jewish Day School, UJA’s Committee for Yiddish