6:30 PM VIRTUAL KITCHEN OPENS with Coffee Talk: Shabbos 101, hosted by Rabbi Landis of Partners in Torah Cleveland (adult-oriented). The two options for breakout rooms are The Magic of Shabbos, hosted by Rochie Berkowitz of Chaviva High School (women only), and Give It A Rest (family game show), hosted by Sara Cooperman of Cleveland Yachad. Virtual hosts, Richard and Beverley Uria, will share a brief history of The Shabbos Project Worldwide, and here in Cleveland.
7:15 PM CHALLAH BAKE LIVE DEMO featuring childhood friends, Heather Greene and Joanne Davis, (who will share her great-grandmother’s challah recipe, which she adapted for this event). This dynamic duo’s partnership is 70+ years in the making, as Heather’s grandma (Fayge Golub) and Joanne’s grandma (Freda Davis) were longtime best friends. During the step-by-step demo, these challah baking pros will share memories of how these two Yiddishe Mamas instilled in them a love for Judaism, both inside and outside the kitchen.
WHAT DOES SHABBOS MEAN TO YOU?
The program will also include multimedia presentations and user submitted videos that focus on local members of the community. Featuring a diverse cross-section of Jewish Clevelanders, these videos highlight the various ways Shabbos has brought their families together this year, in spite of the pandemic and prolonged social distancing which has kept people apar