Oneg (Kiddush) Guidelines

  • Temple provides wine, challah, cutlery, napkins and plates
  • All food must be either dairy or Pareve (not dairy or meat, fish is fine)
  • Costs should be about $30 for most onegs
  • Suggested items; cheese, rice crackers, humus, cookies, fruit
  • Some of our members have restrictive diets, some gluten free items are appreciated
  • Sponsor should be able to shop for, help set up / help clean up afterwards.
  • Given enough notice we will publicize sponsors and their special events. (We need 6-8 weeks notice to get info into The Island Current.)

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