Havdalah and 80s Dance Party
Celebrate the start of the week with Havdalah and a dance party on the farm!
Havdalah is the Hebrew word for “division” or “separation” and signifies the ritual marking the end of Shabbat. Join us as we rejuvenate our senses by smelling spices, noticing the candlelight reflected in our fingernails, and singing with community. After Havdalah, we’ll start the new week off right with a dance party! Expect all the tunes that make you want to groove and move your body.
Do you miss them as much as we do? They’re coming back for one magical night here on the farm, along with their friends from the best musical decade ever. We’ll start with havdalah, and then get down late into the night (or until you have to go home to relieve the baby sitter). People who aren’t in their 40’s and/or have moved on to other decades are also welcome.
8:00-8:30pm- Booze and Shmooze
9:00-11:00pm– Dance Party!
Drinks will be provided and please bring your favorite dessert or snack to share. This event is free in advance and $10 at the door. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you have any questions about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessibility: Havdalah will be held in our ADA accessible gathering area and the dance party will be held in our heated and ADA accessible main tent. We have one accessible parking spot in our lot, however please leave time to find street parking if needed, as our lot fills up quickly. FM receivers are available for those hard of hearing.