In-person events are suspended until further notice. The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center is now also closed. If you are a member of the Vassar Community, check out the Department of Athletics & Physical Education’s new virtual health & fitness program. Meanwhile, we urge everyone to comply with Gov. Cuomo’s executive order by maintaining a six-foot distance from others in public and washing hands frequently for at least 20 seconds.
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, at the end of the 10 Days of Awe, is devoted to prayer, repentance and fasting. The Sabbath of Sabbaths in the Jewish calendar, it is the most widely observed Jewish Holiday of the year. Observance includes refraining from work.
Join us to sing and pray our way into the Jewish New Year! All events will be in the Aula, with the exception of Tashlich, which will be held at Sunset Lake. Please find more information and register for all holiday meals on the website: vassarjewishlife.org/high-holidays-at-vassar
Sponsored by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and Contemplative Practices.
Tuesday, October 8 5:30pm: Pre-fast dinner, Aula 6:15pm: Kol Nidre Service, Aula
Wednesday, October 9 11am-1:30pm: Yom Kippur Service, Aula 5:30pm: Walk around Sunset Lake, meet at the Aula 6:30pm: Neilah Service, Aula 7:05pm: Break fast meal, Aula