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Downtown Tikkun Leil Shavuot celebration: INTO THE NIGHT

May 19

The ultimate nocturnal journey through culture, conversation and ritual welcomes artists, musicians,
shamans, teachers, downtown scholars and rabbis along with more than 500 people from all over NYC.
You’ll experience performances, jam sessions, explorations, discussions, comparative studies, and
roundtables. It’s the fourth-annual night-time journey through conversation, culture, and ritual.

A few highlights include:

  • Nadav Lev and the Corrections , featuring Jessica Kate Meyers and Frank London, present: BIKURIM
  • Activate the Constitution || Breathe Free by Flux Theatre Ensemble–a vital part of the indie Theater
    Community brings their project “Breathe Free” to our Tikkun.
  • From Dystopia to Utopia: A Jewish Vision of a Better World, Rabbi Ross will draw from his first book,
    The Ten Commandments, to present a Jewish vision of a better world.

Join hundreds of people making their way to 344 E. 14th Street (at 1st Ave) , along with more than 20
downtown partners.

You can learn more about the night’s program. Reserve a spot today!


INTO THE NIGHT is made possible thanks to the generous support of the UJA-Federation of New York and
a grant from the Covenant Foundation. Downtown Jewish Life experiences welcome people of every
background, identity, age, family configuration and religious affiliation (or none), who are interested in
finding meaning, values, and community inspired by Jewish sensibilities
Downtown Jewish Life is a network of downtown Jewish organizations and individuals hosted by The
14th Street Y. Downtown Jewish Life experiences welcome people of every background, identity, age,
family configuration and religious affiliation (or none), who are interested in finding meaning, values,and
community inspired by Jewish sensibilities. Downtown Jewish Life includes: 14th Street Y, American
Jewish Historical Society, Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, BASE Hillel, BBYO New York,
Brotherhood Synagogue, Congregation Beth Simchat Torah, Conservative Synagogue of Fifth Avenue,
East End Temple, Educational Alliance, Hazon, Honeymoon Israel, JCP Downtown, Kol Hakfar, The
Jewish Plays Project, LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture, LAB/Shul, Manny Cantor Center, Museum of
Jewish Heritage, The New Shul, Ohel Ayalah, NYU Bronfman Center, The Center for Creative Judaism,
Congregation Magen David, The Shul of New York, The Stanton Street Shul, The Sixth Street Community
Synagogue, Tamid: The Downtown Synagogue, Town & Village Synagogue, The Village Temple, and
YIVO.

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May 19
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