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When the morning of Shavuot arrived 3328 years ago, Moses awoke early to hear G‑d say the Ten Commandments. He quickly discovered that the rest of the Jewish people had overslept on the momentous day and he hurried to wake them.

To compensate for the Jewish people sleeping late before receiving the Torah, we stay up late every year on the eve of Shavuot and study Torah in preparation for the reading of the Ten Commandments the next morning.

Please join us on the first night of Shavuot - Satrurday, May 19 at 11:00pm for our annual Shavuot learning marathon. We will be addressed by 10 members of our community on this year's theme: "The Tanach"

We Hope To see Your There!

WHERE: The Jewish Community Center - 2108 Vail Ave
WHEN: Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 11:00pm
WHAT: Late Night Torah Study with drinks and refreshments

Topics & Speakers will be shared soon.