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Join us for a The Passover Seder 
*No charge for students

****Location this year at the beautiful Carolina Club

(or the Alumni House)**** 
 
550 Stadium Drive, Chapel Hill | Click 
here for Directions and Parking Info
Look out for signs directing you from the parking lot to the Seder
and lively balloons 

First Seder: Monday April 14th at 7:15pm at The Carolina Club  
Second Seder: Tuesday April 15th at 7:15pm
 at The Carolina Club

Would you like to celebrate Passover in a warm family setting just like home? Then come celebrate with Chabad-It's your home too.  It's a meaningful Seder that you can follow. Our Seder is mostly in English and not prayer intensive, so everyone can feel welcome. Enjoy fine wines, homemade gourmet dinner, and crispy hand-made Matzot.  Celebrate the Holiday of Freedom at a Seder experience you will remember for a lifetime!

RSVP BELOW. For additional details please email 
dchchabad@gmail.com  

RSVP for the Seder!

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NEW! This year we are offering 2 simultaneous Seders each night
 I would like to join the Primary Seder (suggested for students)
 I would like to join the text-based, advanced full length Seder   
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