SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- The Jewish Community Center of Mid-Westchester is kicking off The Shabbat Project by teaching people how to make challah.
The Shabbat Project is a worldwide project where Jews from all walks of life unite. Whether young or old, observant or secular, kitchen lovers or those who haunt the frozen-food aisle, everyone can participate.
Challah is the traditional bread of the Sabbath. On Thursday, bread lovers are invited to learn how to make challah. The JCC will provide ingredients and instructions. The cost is $20/person, and each person will take home two uncooked loaves to bake for the next meal.
Pre-registration is required, and can be done at the JCC website .
The Shabbat Project continues with Social Action Day: Together We Are Not Alone. One Sunday, Oct. 25, participate in workshops, family activities, and learn about opportunities to volunteer all year. For more information, check the website .
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