Shushan Wars, Episode VII: The Purim Force Awakens

Saturday, March 19 2016, 7:00 pm

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Shushan Wars, Episode VII: The Purim Force Awakens

Havurah on the Hill Young Adult Annual Purim Party

This March, Havurah on the Hill presents the latest in the thrilling, annual Purim Party Saga. All your questions will be answered, like:
- Who shot first, Mordechai or Haman?
- Was Mordechai a Jedi?
- Was Haman a Sith Lord?
- Why did they leave Esther out of the merchandising?
- Are we going to be sued for copyright infringement?

Tickets: $15 in advance or $20 at the door

 

Registration now closed.

Walk-in participation welcome/encouraged. Tickets will be sold at the door for $20/person.


Costumes encouraged. Wookies accepted. Ewoks pay double.
Arrive by 7:30pm and get a free drink!
Intergalactic costume contest at 8:00pm!

Drinks are cash only. Come prepared!

 


Schedule:
7:00pm - Creative Megillah Reading ~ wherein some chapters will be chanted traditionally in Hebrew, and others will be presented more "spiel style" in English (completed in less than 12 Parsecs)
8:00pm - Purim Party at the Cantina (until 11pm)

 

 

The closest T subway stop is Charles/MGH. Validated parking for $5 per car is available nearby and ONLY for the underground parking at the Charles River Plaza/Cambridge Street Garage at 165 Cambridge Street nearby. Please be advised that drivers must validate their green parking ticket at the Vilna Shul for validated parking. This is not the above-ground Whole Foods lot. 

For detailed directions to the Vilna, please click the following link to our Hours, Directions, and Parking page of our website.

If you have any questions, email events@vilnashul.org or call (617) 523-2324.

Havurah on the Hill is a non-denominational, egalitarian minyan for Jews in their 20s and 30s in the Boston area. HOH meets at the Vilna Shul in Beacon Hill, one of the last remaining synagogues from the early 20th century wave of Jewish immigration and hosts monthly Kabbalat Shabbat services as well as other special holiday celebrations throughout the year.

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