The Sephardi Federation of Palm Beach County was founded in 1992. Its mission is to preserve and promote Sephardic culture and the Ladino language, while providing educational and social activities.
Kon Dulse! May it be a sweet Year!
2023-2024 … 5784
Anyada Buena L’Shana Tova Happy New Year
Wishing you and all your loved ones the very best at this season.
From your Board of Directors
We warmly welcome you to renew your membership and join us for another exciting year together – our 2023-2024 Season! Mashalla! Enclosed is your Membership Renewal Form and a season preview of activities.
After our 30th Anniversary last year we decided to experiment with a new approach to programming. For 2023-24 our Sunday series of Vijitas de Alhad will be hosted by our board of directors en kaza—meaning at their homes! These will be intimate, casual gatherings that offer an educational focus but in a more fluid ambiance to allow greater opportunity for mingling and conversation.
We are also excited to announce a new partnership with The Sandler Center at the Boca JCC. The Sandler Center is a professional performing arts venue where we will present “Suenyos de Sefarad ~ Dreams of Sepharad” — our 10th South Florida International Ladino Day featuring a first-time concert pairing Ladino divas Sarah Aroeste and Susana Behar. The Sandler Center will also house our Sephardic Film Series with a lineup of the best films from previous viewings. This is your chance to catch some great films you may have missed the first time around. The crux of this partnership is outreach since the center boasts a huge social media sphere and wide-ranging public relations. We hope to make our presence known to a greater portion of the South Florida Jewish community and draw a larger audience to these events.
Supporting successful efforts by others to preserve our heritage has become a proud part of our mission. Contributions to special projects like The Sephardic Brotherhood’s Digital Academy, E-Sefarad’s Sunday Enkontro Programs and The Sephardic Adventure Youth Camp, among others, come from your membership and donations — so you can feel proud too!
Thank you for your continued support.
Click on this link for the ==> Membership Renewal 2023-24. Be sure to update your email address. And please return this form as soon as you can!
“Asta ke mos vemos kon salud i vida.”
“Until we see each other, with health and life.”
Rose Pappo Allen, President
General Info: (561) 301-0119
Click here to connect with our partners at Adult Jewish Learning Collaborative (ADJLC)
And check out our newest partner, the Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center at the Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center this year for our film series: