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Celebrate Passover in Los Angeles at these unique events for the whole family to enjoy. From Bedouin Wilderness vibe seders to the traditional Hebrew Haggadah to a hands-on family camp where the Exodus story is reenacted while kids enjoy crafts and a kosher lunch, there is truly something for everyone. Chag Kasher V’Sameach!
(The Open Temple)

(The Open Temple)


The Open Temple Second Night Seder
Electric Lodge
1416 Electric Ave.
Venice, CA 90291
www.opentemple.com
Date: April 23 2016

Everyone is welcome to the Open Temple Community’s Freedom Seder for the second night seder this year. Overtaking the Electric Lodge, they will transform it into an interactive Seder experience with pyramids, puppets, and projections (both from a projector and from your mind). This family-friendly Seder welcomes all ages and lets participants walk through three different experiences towards freedom (aka: dinner, with both vegan and meat options, Kosher for Passover style).

(Credit: Temple Judea)

(Credit: Temple Judea)


2nd Night: Not Your Zayde’s Seder
Temple Judea
5429 Lindley Ave
Tarzana, CA 91356
(818) 758-3800
www.templejudea.com
Date: April 23, 2016

Through the stories of congregants, Temple Judea will create a theatrical experience to tell their own Passover narrative this year. In addition, there will be a full seder meal catered by Scott Roeb Catering.

(Credit: Shalom Institute)

(Credit: Shalom Institute)

Passover Family Adventure & Fun Day
34342 Mulholland Highway
Malibu, CA 90265
(818) 889-5500
www.shalominstitute.com
Date: April 17, 2016

Head to the Shalom Institute in Malibu for their Passover Family Adventure and Fun Day where families can travel back in time to Biblical Egypt to relive the Exodus. In addition to the reenactment of the land of Egypt and the ten plagues, kids will love riding the zip line to freedom or climbing the Mt. Sinai climbing wall. Families can bake matzah on the open fire, make Passover crafts to enjoy for your Seder, or make their own charoset in their “Jamba Jews” Bike Blender. The main part of camp is also open for discovery including farming fun for toddlers, tomahawk throwing, games, cider making, tree planting, making nature crafts, going on nature walks, playing archery, and more. More info can be found here>.

(Credit: Chabad of Pasadena)

(Credit: Chabad of Pasadena)


Chabad of Pasadena: Community Seder
Chabad of Pasadena
1090 East Walnut St.
Pasadena, CA 91106
(626) 564-8820
www.chabadpasadena.com
Date: April 4-5, 2015

Join the Chabad of Pasadena for a Passover Seder, open to the public. The in-depth Passover experience will feature both Hebrew and English translations with an abundance of commentary for the most understanding experience. Advance reservations are recommended, with prices beginning at $30. Two nights of Passover experiences are being offered.

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Community Passover Seder
JEM Community Center
9930 South Santa Monica Blvd.
Beverly Hills, Ca 90212
(310) 772-0000
www.jemcommunitycenter.com
Date: April 22 & 23, 2016

JEM Community Center is hosting a gourmet community Passover Seder led by Rabbi Hertzel Illulian that is open to families, singles, students, and the elderly. The gourmet Passover dinner will feature the original hand-made Shmurah Matzah and four cups of Kosher wine while going through the traditional Haggadah with translations in Hebrew, English, French, and Spanish.

(credit: Emily Hart Roth)

(credit: Emily Hart Roth)


Huckleberry Bakery & Café
1014 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 451-2311
www.huckleberrycafe.com
Exclusive for Passover, Huckleberry Bakery and Cafe in Santa Monica will be rolling out a Passover catering menu perfect for your seder. Highlights include items like their charoset with apples, walnuts, raisins and cinnamon, as well as matzo ball soup, chopped organic chicken liver, garlic roasted cauliflower, an herb roasted chicken, an organic noodle kugel, potato pancakes and much more. Dessert here will also include many options like their rustic zucchini cake, chocolate walnut torte, coconut macaroons and more.

Katie Bodell is the Blog Editor for Trekaroo, the largest family travel website in the U.S. She is also a freelance writer, a happy wife to her best friend, and a mom to three sweet California girls. See more on: Trekaroo | CheapOair | Google+ | Twitter.

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