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Calendar for: Chabad on Campus serving Washington U. in St. Louis 7018 Forsyth Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105   |   Contact Info
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Friday, March 16, 2018
29 Adar, 5778
Light Candles at 6:51 PM
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12:00am - 11:30pm
WashU Spring Break
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Shabbat, March 17, 2018
1 Nissan, 5778
Shabbat Ends 7:50 PM
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12:00am - 11:30pm
WashU Spring Break
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Wednesday, March 21, 2018
5 Nissan, 5778
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7:00pm - 9:00pm
Sinai Scholars
The objective of this course is to explore core elements of Jewish thought, literature and practice. Judaism spans 4000 years. You can fill up libraries with its literature. Its practices are more vast and complex than perhaps any other society. They are as vast and complex as life itself. So to think we will cover Judaism in one 8 week course is not a very Jewish thought. What we are aiming for is to explore some of its core elements; core to Judaism, and core to us—modern Jews in the 21st Century.

These are issues we must be familiar with if we want to say with integrity “I am a Jew. This is not an in-depth exploration to become a scholar, get a PhD, or become “religious”. This is to have a healthy, adult-level, understanding of the core elements of our heritage and identity.
Thursday, March 22, 2018
6 Nissan, 5778
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7:00pm - 9:00pm
Schmoozing Chefs
Israel Themed foods
Where:
Gregg Kitchen
St Louis, MO 63105
Friday, March 23, 2018
7 Nissan, 5778
Light Candles at 6:58 PM
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6:00pm - 7:00pm
Kabbalat Shabbat and Candle Lighting
Welcome Shabbat Kotel-style! Join students and families for a traditional Friday night service and candle lighting.
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7:00pm - 8:30pm
Classic Shabbat Dinner
Each week over 100 students join Chabad to celebrate Shabbat with a wonderful Shabbat dinner. Join us for some of the best Challa and chicken soup in town, served in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Please register in advance at www.chabadwashu.org/shabbat.
Shabbat, March 24, 2018
8 Nissan, 5778
Shabbat Ends 7:57 PM
Sunday, March 25, 2018
9 Nissan, 5778
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10:00am - 12:00pm
COAST
COAST is a collaborative effort of Chabad on Campus and Ohr Atid connecting Washington University student volunteers with special needs children in St. Louis for a Jewish community educational experience. The volunteers give hours of their time on Sundays to developing a relationship with a special child. They sing, review Hebrew letters, act out stories from the week’s parsha, and a host of other activities. A customized and tailored experience is based on the specific needs of each child provided by the extensive commitments and preparation of their Wash. U. student buddy.
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7:00pm - 8:30pm
The Ari Fellowship
The ARI fellowship is an in-depth study series designed to engage the mind through Yeshiva style learning. The fellowship is geared towards WashU students who have some experience with text based Jewish learning, such as alumni of Jewish Day School, individuals that took a gap year, or students of similar background.
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
12 Nissan, 5778
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7:00pm - 9:00pm
Sinai Scholars
The objective of this course is to explore core elements of Jewish thought, literature and practice. Judaism spans 4000 years. You can fill up libraries with its literature. Its practices are more vast and complex than perhaps any other society. They are as vast and complex as life itself. So to think we will cover Judaism in one 8 week course is not a very Jewish thought. What we are aiming for is to explore some of its core elements; core to Judaism, and core to us—modern Jews in the 21st Century.

These are issues we must be familiar with if we want to say with integrity “I am a Jew. This is not an in-depth exploration to become a scholar, get a PhD, or become “religious”. This is to have a healthy, adult-level, understanding of the core elements of our heritage and identity.
Friday, March 30, 2018
14 Nissan, 5778
Light Shabbat Candles at 7:05 PM
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7:20pm
Campuswide Passover Seder in College Hall on the South 40
Last year, over 200 undergraduate students joined this Seder! The Chabad Student Association and Chabad on Campus once again present a joyous and fast-paced Seder that covers all the bases, with singing and insights in beautiful College Hall. Led by students, Chana R. Novack and Rabbi Hershey Novack, and catered by Bon Appetit. Register soon in order to select a seat with your friends. Approx. 2 hours long. (Partially funded by Student Union.)
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7:30pm
JGrads Family-Style Seder Grad Students & 20-Somethings
Experience the Seder with other Jewish graduate students and 20-somethings. Share an opportunity to discuss the classic Hagada text in English and explore the meaning of the Seder with fine wines, a full homemade dinner, and crispy hand-made Matzot. The Seder should last about 3 hours with optional post-Seder singing and discussion late into the night.
Shabbat, March 31, 2018
15 Nissan, 5778
Light Holiday Candles after 8:04 PM
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7:35pm
Second Night Classic Seder at Chabad
Join us for a fast paced Family-Style Seder... With fine wines, singing, full homemade brisket dinner, and crispy hand-made Matzot. Led by students and Rabbi Hershey Novack.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
16 Nissan, 5778
Holiday Ends 8:05 PM
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12:30pm - 2:30pm
Thursday, April 5, 2018
20 Nissan, 5778
Light Holiday Candles at 7:11 PM
Friday, April 6, 2018
21 Nissan, 5778
Light Shabbat / Holiday Candles at 7:12 PM
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12:30pm - 2:30pm
Passover Holiday Lunch
Drop in for holiday lunch any time between 12:30 and 2:30 pm. RSVP at www.chabadwashu.org/shabbat
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7:00pm
Passover Shabbat Dinner
Where:
Chabad on Campus serving Washington U. in St. Louis
Shabbat, April 7, 2018
22 Nissan, 5778
Shabbat / Holiday Ends 8:11 PM
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11:30am - 11:45am
Yizkor
We will say the special memorial prayer said four times a year.
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12:30pm - 2:30pm
Passover Shabbat Lunch
Where:
Chabad on Campus serving Washington U. in St. Louis
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5:20pm - 7:20pm
"Moshiach's Meal"
Meet at the campus Chabad House to walk to the Lazaroff Chabad House for this annual event.
Where:
Lazaroff Chabad House
8124 Delmar St. Louis, MO 63130
Sunday, April 8, 2018
23 Nissan, 5778
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10:00am - 12:00pm
COAST
COAST is a collaborative effort of Chabad on Campus and Ohr Atid connecting Washington University student volunteers with special needs children in St. Louis for a Jewish community educational experience. The volunteers give hours of their time on Sundays to developing a relationship with a special child. They sing, review Hebrew letters, act out stories from the week’s parsha, and a host of other activities. A customized and tailored experience is based on the specific needs of each child provided by the extensive commitments and preparation of their Wash. U. student buddy.
 Off  Download
7:00pm - 8:30pm
The Ari Fellowship
The ARI fellowship is an in-depth study series designed to engage the mind through Yeshiva style learning. The fellowship is geared towards WashU students who have some experience with text based Jewish learning, such as alumni of Jewish Day School, individuals that took a gap year, or students of similar background.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
26 Nissan, 5778
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7:00pm - 9:00pm
Sinai Scholars
The objective of this course is to explore core elements of Jewish thought, literature and practice. Judaism spans 4000 years. You can fill up libraries with its literature. Its practices are more vast and complex than perhaps any other society. They are as vast and complex as life itself. So to think we will cover Judaism in one 8 week course is not a very Jewish thought. What we are aiming for is to explore some of its core elements; core to Judaism, and core to us—modern Jews in the 21st Century.

These are issues we must be familiar with if we want to say with integrity “I am a Jew. This is not an in-depth exploration to become a scholar, get a PhD, or become “religious”. This is to have a healthy, adult-level, understanding of the core elements of our heritage and identity.
Friday, April 13, 2018
28 Nissan, 5778
Light Candles at 7:18 PM
Welcome Alumni
Join us for a yummy Shabbat Dinner with current undergrads. Enjoy your old favorites: heavenly challah, chicken soup with matzah balls and our scrumptious brownies!
Where:
Chabad on Campus serving Washington U. in St. Louis
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6:00pm - 7:00pm
Kabbalat Shabbat and Candle Lighting
Welcome Shabbat Kotel-style! Join students and families for a traditional Friday night service and candle lighting.
 Off  Download
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Classic Shabbat Dinner
Each week over 100 students join Chabad to celebrate Shabbat with a wonderful Shabbat dinner. Join us for some of the best Challa and chicken soup in town, served in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Please register in advance at www.chabadwashu.org/shabbat.
Shabbat, April 14, 2018
29 Nissan, 5778
Shabbat Ends 8:18 PM
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12:30pm - 2:00pm
Shabbat Lunch with Alumni
Join Alumni for lunch and hear about life after WashU
Sunday, April 15, 2018
30 Nissan, 5778
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10:00am - 12:00pm
COAST
COAST is a collaborative effort of Chabad on Campus and Ohr Atid connecting Washington University student volunteers with special needs children in St. Louis for a Jewish community educational experience. The volunteers give hours of their time on Sundays to developing a relationship with a special child. They sing, review Hebrew letters, act out stories from the week’s parsha, and a host of other activities. A customized and tailored experience is based on the specific needs of each child provided by the extensive commitments and preparation of their Wash. U. student buddy.
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11:00am
ThurtenE Carnival
Where:
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7:00pm - 8:30pm
The Ari Fellowship
The ARI fellowship is an in-depth study series designed to engage the mind through Yeshiva style learning. The fellowship is geared towards WashU students who have some experience with text based Jewish learning, such as alumni of Jewish Day School, individuals that took a gap year, or students of similar background.