Remembering Jonah Meadows Adels z”l

New Haven Rosh Chodesh presents a musical havdalah and melave malka on Saturday, December 2

Havdalah: 8 p.m.; Singing and music: 8:30 p.m. at 260 Willow St. in New Haven

Jonah Meadows Adels zlTo honor the memory and spirit of JONAH MEADOWS ADELS z”l

A Yale School of Forestry student who died on Oct. 2, 2013 of injuries sustained in a car accident this past summer while he was doing fieldwork on trees. Jonah is remembered by the Yale community as a jubilant educator, farmer, music maker and storyteller.

Guests are invited to bring instruments, a song, story or poem to share. Non-alcoholic drinks and desserts will be provided; those attending may bring wine or other drinks and desserts.

Admission: $15 (a percentage of the proceeds will benefit the orchard being planted in Jonah’s memory).

For more information contact Rabbi Sarah Tasman at sarah@newhavenroshchodesh.org.

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