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Sixth & I (In-Person and Virtual)

National Pride Shabbat

Jun 10, 2022 • 7:00 pm ET
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At this in-person event (with a virtual attendance option), proof of vaccination is required. Masks must be worn at all times except when actively eating or drinking during the happy hour before services or during dinner. Sixth & I’s food and beverage policy is subject to change based on the state of the pandemic and local guidelines. Please review our health and safety protocols here. Advance registration is required and walk-ups are not permitted.

Happy Hour – 6:00 pm
Service – 7:00 pm
Dinner – 8:15 pm

In solidarity with Capital Pride 2022, Rabbi Aaron and musicians Aaron Shneyer and Danny Villanueva lead an inclusive service celebrating the diversity of DC Jewish life. Hear a sermon from Rabbi Elianna Yolkut, Rabbinic Scholar and Director of the Beit Midrash and Mikvah at Adas Israel Congregation, and enjoy a performance from the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington Seasons of Love Ensemble.

To march with GLOE at the Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, June 11, sign up here. 

The menu includes:

To start
Rainbow veggie skewers with avocado-tahini dip (vegan, GF)
Dolmas – stuffed grape leaves (vegan, GF)

Beef meatballs in okra and tomato sauce with mint and cardamom (vegan option available upon request)
Rainbow flatbread (vegan) with zucchini, eggplant, tomato, red onion, and yellow pepper (GF option available upon request)
Chickpea harissa salad with arugula (GF, vegan)
Middle Eastern vermicelli noodle rice (vegan)

Hand dipped rainbow cookies
Ice cream sundae bar (vegan, GF)

This event has been generously underwritten by The Revada Foundation of the Logan Family.

The dinner provided will be kosher. With any dietary needs, please contact Kira at least 5 days in advance.

Sixth & I strives to be an accessible and welcoming resource for the community by offering affordable experiences, including Shabbat dinners. The subsidized price of $18 is intended for young professionals or those with financial need and does not reflect the true cost of the meal provided ($36). If you are able, please consider covering the full cost of your Shabbat meal.