Lag BaOmer BlowOut is back and the bon fire BBQ is going to be bigger than ever!

May 13, 2014 | Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

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Can you smell that in the air? It’s the smell of beautiful weather, BBQs firing up, and bon fires being lit! Our signature bon fire BBQ Lag BaOmer BlowOut is back THIS SUNDAY the 18th for a third year in a row and you aren’t going to want to miss the festivities. Check out the photos from last year and click attending on the Facebook event page for updates on what’s to come!

HUGE BBQ, BONFIRE & TORAH ON TAP

Burgers • Premium Dogs • Vegetarian Options • Salad • Beer • Wine • Cocktails • Treats • S’mores and so much more!

$10 pre-registration price, all inclusive. Ages 21-45 welcome. Dietary laws observed. Hosted at Friendship Circle of Michigan, 6892 W. Maple Rd., West Bloomfield, MI, 48322.

$10 pre-registration ends Friday, May 16th at noon. Tickets $18 at the door. *REGISTER TODAY* to avoid the extra ticket price:

https://action.jewishdetroit.org/events/nextgen/lag-b-omer/

~Hosted by NEXTGen Detroit Jewish Life Committee and Torah on Tap~

2013-2014 NEXTGen Detroit Jewish Life Committee Chairs:
Rabbi Yisrael Pinson, Julie Marx

2013-2014 NEXTGen Detroit Jewish Life Committee:
Abi Liepshutz, Alyssa Bracha McMillan, Alyssa Trotsky, Ariella Shaffren, Darrien Sherman, Ilana Block, Jaimee Wine, Jordan Weiss, Joshua Goldberg, Josh Weinberg, Julia Weinberg, Lauren Roman, Rabbi Leiby Burnham, Roman Golshteyn

Torah on Tap Chairs:
Rabbi Leiby Burnham, Joshua Goldberg

2013-2014 NEXTGen Detroit Vice President overseeing Jewish Life:
Emily Pomish

2013-2014 NEXTGen Detroit President:
Rachel Wright

2013-2014 NEXTGen Detroit President-Elect:
Jay Hack

Questions? Contact Rachel Taubman at taubman@jfmd.org or 248.205.2545

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