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!
2021-2022 … 5782
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 are bravely going forward with a live season, and we hope you come along!! We are excited about our fabulous lineup of activities and Special Guests. For many dates, we will be providing HYBRID meetings so you can choose to come in person and have something to eat or Zoom in from home. Either way, we really look forward to seeing you!
And so we warmly welcome you to renew your membership and join us for another year together – our 2021-2022 Season! Mashalla! Enclosed is your Membership Renewal Form, which we encourage you to send in soon.
Click on this link for the ==> Membership Renewal 2021-22. Be sure to update your email address. And please return this form as soon as you can!
The Mission of our Federation is to provide and support efforts which help preserve our heritage. To that end, we’ve been applying resources to encourage others doing that important work, such as The Sephardic Brotherhood’s Digital Academy, Sarah Aroeste’s Monastir Project, Kehila Kedosha Janina’s Greek Jewish Festival and E-Sefarad’s Sunday Ekontros Programs.
Your membership and donations help us do this as well as fund our local events!
Your membership is doubly rewarded through our continuing partnership with the Adult Jewish Learning Collaboration (ADJLC). As a member of our Federation you become a member of ADJLC (a $54 value) and have free access to their activities. Our partnership with ADJLC also serves to create greater public awareness of our Sephardic culture.
Inside is a preview of the season ahead – full of entertainment, education, good Sephardic style foods and, best of all, the social company of muestra djente.
Thank you for your support; it means even more in these challenging times.
“Asta ke mos vemos kon salud i vida.”
“Until we see each other, with health and life.”
Miriam Behar, Membership/Secretary
Rose Pappo Allen, President
|**FYI: RSVP ‘s will be more important than ever this year for maintaining social distance, planning adequate refreshments and for providing Zoom invitations. Please be sure we have your correct email address on record!|
Click here to connect with our partners at Adult Jewish Learning Collaborative (ADJLC)