Shavuot 2023 (a two-day holiday, celebrated from sunset on May 25 until nightfall on May 27) coincides with the date that G‑d gave the Torah to the Jewish people at Mount Sinai 3,335 years ago.

Men, women and children be there when the Torah is given for the 3,336th time.
Come hear the 10 commandments and enjoy a grand dairy buffet!

On the menu: Lasagna, Blintzes, Greek salad, and delicious assorted cheesecakes!
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Services and Yizkor Schedule

First Day Shavuot - Friday, May 26

reading of the 10 commandments 4:30 PM
Followed by Kiddush and a grand dairy buffet.

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Second Day Shavuot - Saturday, May 27

Morning Services - 10:00 AM
Yizkor Memorial Services approx 11:00AM

Followed by Kiddush 

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Shavuot is celebrated by  lighting candles staying up all night to learn Torah hearing the reading of the Ten Commandments in synagogue feasting on dairy foods and more.  Learn more about Shavuot