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Community Mimouna Celebration

Urban Adamah, Berkeley, April 22, 2016
Join The Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund, JIMENA, and Urban Adamah to celebrate Mimouna! Mimouna is a traditional festival celebrated by Moroccan Jews at the end of Passover. Since the celebration coincides with the end of Passover breads, cakes and leavened breads previously prohibited from being eaten during Passover are are served on this day. Mimouna is a time to celebrate luck and good fortune as well as the start of the spring season. Foods eaten symbolize fertility, joy, abundance, success, health, and prosperity.

This year's celebration will feature: Traditional sweets & desserts, henna artists, Moroccan lantern making, traditional Moroccan clothing and photo booth, belly dancers, havdalah ceremony, DJ and dance party.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door | 8:30-11:30PM