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Rosh Chodesh Tammuz Challah Bake

Hosted By: YM&YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood (the Y)

Join The Bubbie’s Kitchen Online Challah Community, and learn how to make the easiest and most delicious challah!

Come join a fun and lively challah bake class with a great group of bakers! Open to all, from novice to professionals. In addition to learning about #challah, we will also delve a bit into the topic of the new month (Chodesh) of “Tammuz”. All participants will be entered into a raffle, to win a $50 gift certificate. Must register for the class by 5 pm June 22 to be included in the raffle.

Any questions or special requests, please email Cyndi at crand@ywhi.org

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YM&YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood (the Y)

The YM&YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood (the Y) is a thriving and visionary not-for-profit human services organization in Northern Manhattan. We welcome people of diverse ethnicities and all ages, from pre-school to older adults, into the Y family with a wide range of educational, recreational, and social services and programs that focus on improving the quality of their lives. The Y is a multi-service community center that is well known for its nurturing environment and non-judgmental philosophy.
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