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SMASH OUT 2021 Ladies Night

Hosted By: SVIVAH

SVIVAH made it through 2021 and they are ready to party.
Your night, your choice. You choose what to do. PJs and snark expected.

What the evening holds:

Jewish feminist trivia with Esther Kustanowitz

Shake Off 2021 Dance-fest with Rachel Kann

Design Your 2022 creativity workshop with Rachel Jackson

How To Be A Mediocre White Man Improv Sketch Comedy with Pamela Schuller

Virtual Rage Room with your very own Smashable!
A $36 donation gets you your very own SMASHABLES for our VIRTUAL RAGE ROOM! (RSVP by Monday 12/13 so we can get them to you in time!)

Offered by SVIVAH in partnership with Hasidah, Eshel, Gender Equity in Hiring Project, Tasman Center

Questions? Email connect@svivah.org

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SVIVAH’s mission is to empower, strengthen, and nourish Jewish women* through community. SVIVAH is a multigenerational, diverse, powerful collective of Jewish women* dedicated to inspiring, motivating, and celebrating life in sisterhood. In Hebrew, svivah means “to surround her'' and that is precisely our goal. We connect women to each other, to cross-generational wisdom, to Jewish learning, and to the resources we need, in an inclusive, women*-only space. We do this by curating Jewish faith experiences with women at the center, by producing wide-ranging programming, and by amplifying and partnering with organizations in line with our values. (*SVIVAH defines “Jewish woman” as anyone wishing to be included in a circle of Jewish women.)
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