RPI-Sage Hillel

Anouncements

Updates!

Information regarding the Hillel 2017 Passover meal plan is coming soon!
In the meantime, please fill out the Passover Seder RSVP form if you plan to attend either seder.

Next Shabbat

Our next shabbat will be on 2/17
Services- 5:00pm in the Union Chaplain's office
Dinner- 5:30 pm in the Phalanx Room (Union 3502)

Upcoming events (2017)

Make sure to check back often for information about our upcoming events and locations

Spaceballs with the Jews!

When: Saturday, February 28 at 8:00pm

Join us in Mothers for a fun night of Spaceballs and delicious Purim food!

Passover 5777 (2017)

Passover is right around the corner!
Passover lasts from April 10-18 in the Gregorian calendar or 15-22 Nissan in the Hebrew calendar. As such we will be hosting two Passover seders on Monday, April 10th and Tuesday, April 11th.
Feel free to come on by!
Where: Union 3202   When: 8:00pm

More information can be found under the Passover tab at the top of the page

Questions?

If anyone has any inquiries about upcoming events, or would just like to speak to a club officer, please feel free to email us at hillel@rpi.edu

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