ASL-interpreted “In-Person Outdoor Shofar-Blowing
We’re thrilled to announce that sign language (ASL) interpretation will be provided on Rosh Hashanah for an opportunity to experience a public outdoor blowing of the Shofar, and hope that you can join us!
WHAT: An in-person outdoor Shofar-blowing on Rosh Hashanah’s 1st Day
WHEN: 4:00 PM — 4:30 PM on Tuesday, September 7th
WHERE: Stuyvesant Town’s Playground #3, just south of 610 East 20th Street,near Avenue C, in Manhattan (https://www.stuytown.com/about-us/map), afterwhich we’ll walk to the nearby East River for Tashlich, the ceremonial castingof our sins (as small pieces of bread) upon the water
WHO: Bram Weiser, whose work will be underwritten thanks to UJA-Federation ofNew York’s Jewish Community Deaf Interpreter FundRSVP: Please email Bram at firstname.lastname@example.org with the names and emailaddresses of those who’d like to attend.
*** Please note: Mask-wearing and social distancing rules will be observed, soplease remember to wear yours and stay at least six (6) feet from other peoplewho’ll be joining us. Also, unfortunately, we won’t be able to actually touchthe blowing Shofar this time for the same reason. Sorry about that. ***
Thanks, and we’ll hope to see you there