Jewish residents of the Rogue Valley and surrounding areas are invited to attend an authentic public Passover Seder. All Jews, regardless of affiliation or background, are encouraged to participate in an evening replete with the Mah Nishtanah, traditional handmade Matzah, Four Cups of wine, lively dialogue and an exquisite Kosher for Passover dinner.




The Seder will take place at Chabad, 804 Hillview Drive, Ashland, on Saturday, April 19, at 7:15 p.m. and on Sunday, April 20, at 7:15 p.m.




The theme of the Seder will be how to overcome the limitations prevalent in society today.




"The concept of 'freedom' is needed and relevant in America now more than ever," said Rabbi Avi Zwiebel, executive director of Chabad of Southern Oregon. "Passover is the ideal time to celebrate freedom. This Seder will focus on being liberated from the daily challenges and tribulations that bind and confine us, by encouraging personal growth and self development. What a great way to relive the Exodus &

people walking away feeling freed from their problems!"




"This seder is an opportune time to meet new people, share and enjoy great food," said Seder coordinator Faigy Zwiebel. "The Seder meals will be interactive, warm and vibrant, interspersed with lively discussion through group participation as well as individual involvement."




The fee for each Seder will be $25 per adult, $10 per child. However, no one will be turned away for the inability to pay.




To reserve a seat or for more information, call 482-2778 or e-mail rsvp@chabadofashland.org. For more information about the holiday of Passover, visit the Passover supersite, /passover.