Small-Scale Rosh Hashanah Dinner and Shofar Blowing 26 September

On Monday 26 September, we will usher in the second night of Rosh Hashanah with the blowing of the shofar and a small-scale dinner in Amsterdam South!

Rosh Hashanah 26 September

Rosh Hashanah 26 September

Did you miss the grand Rosh Hashanah dinner on Sunday? Or would you like to join Holland’s most fun Jewish youth community once again? On Monday 26 September, we will usher in the second night of Rosh Hashanah by blowing the shofar in Amsterdam South!

Unlike our big dinner on Sunday, Monday evening will be all about small-scale conviviality in a homely atmosphere. Celebrate the Jewish New Year with both Dutch and international Jewish students and Young Professionals!

The dinner on 26 September offers the ideal opportunity to meet new friends, or catch up with old acquaintances in an accessible and homely environment.

Time: 6:30pm Shofar blowing, followed by dinner

Location: You will receive the exact location of the activity after registration, but this activity will take place near the Zuidas (near Amsterdam Zuid station).

CostsThis small-scale Rosh Hashanah dinner at Chabad on Campus is free of charge. Should you wish to donate to Chabad on Campus or sponsor this event, that is possible via this link: https://chabadoncampus.nl/en/donate/

Register through our registration form on this page!

Registration form

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Donations

Chabad on Campus is made possible by donations from institutions and individuals. We are grateful that you are also considering supporting our work for the benefit of the future of Jewism in the Netherlands.

Stichting Chabad on Campus has an ANBI status, which means that donations are tax deductible in most cases.