Tu B’Shevat at Etz Hayyim
Tu Beshevet was made more memorable as central to the Seder we also planted a quince tree in the front garden of the Synagogue. Unfortunately our date palm that was planted in 1999, died from a strange attack of beetles allegedly from Egypt that has swept through Hania. Before the Seder Stavroulakis gave a reading about seeing things from upside down! and how it changes our perspective.
We hope next year to be able to use the Seder that Gabriel Negrin has brought out in Hebrew and Greek. This is long overdue.[nggallery id=47]