VACAVILLE — Chabad of Solano County welcomes the community to attend its Passover seder April 14.
The dinner, which will include traditional matzah, wine and kosher food, is open to everyone regardless of religious affiliation or observance, said Rabbi Chaim Zaklos in a press release. Chabad will host the 7:30 p.m. seder at the Hampton Inn and Suites, 800 Mason St. in Vacaville.
“This seder is an opportune time to bring the community together, and enjoy each other’s company,” said coordinator Aidel Zaklos. “It’s the seder that has kept families together for thousands of years.”
Rabbi Zaklos expects this seder to be the largest in the county with an estimated attendance of 150. The theme will be The Unbroken Chain of Jewish Existence – taking participants through the liberation of the Jews from Egyptian slavery, he said.
There is a fee, which benefits Chabad. Room discounts are available for those who wish to stay in the hotel. To reserve a seat, call 592-5300 or visit www.jewishsolano.com.
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