Rosh Hashanah Dinner 2022

Join us at Chabad on Campus to celebrate the Jewish new year with the best group of students and Young Professionals in the Netherlands during our amazing Rosh Hashanah dinner!

September 25, 2022

September 25, 2022

On Sunday 25 September, we celebrate the birth of the universe! Whether it is the lighting of the candles, challe with raising or all kinds of sweet snacks that you love about this holiday, there will be plenty of choice at our amazing Rosh Hashanah dinner.
Join us at our Rosh Hashanah dinner to usher in the New Year in the company of the Netherlands’ most sociable group of students and Young Professionals.
Celebrating the Jewish New Year at Chabad on Campus is the ideal way to meet new people in an accessible way, or spend this special occasion with friends while enjoying the best dishes the Dutch Jewish community has to offer.
Location: The Rosh Hashanah dinner is at an external location, please be on time with registration to receive the correct information about this.
Students: 18 euro.
Young Professionals: 30 euro.
Sponsor: 180 euro
Starting time of the dinner: 6pm

Registration form

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