Brit Tzedek Boston Chapter Gathering and "Israel at 60" Picnic

Please join your fellow Brit Tzedek supporters at our potluck picnic on Sunday June 15 from 4:30-6:30 pm. Enjoy Israeli food, music, and one another's company, and please do bring your children. Brit Tzedek members who have recently been to Israel will share some reflections on their experiences.

We'll supply the falafel, drinks, and watermelon. You are encouraged to bring a salad or a dairy dish. (If you wish to bring dessert, please let us know so we can coordinate.) We hope you can come -- please RSVP by June 8 to

Our picnic will take place on the banks of the Charles in Brighton in what is officially called Herter Park, near the open-air Publick Theater.  The easiest way to map directions is to use the destination 1230 Soldier's Field Rd., the address of the Harvard Business School Information Systems building directly opposite the park.

If coming from Newton or other points west, turn left at the traffic light at 1230 Soldier's Field Rd. into the parking lot, following the sign to the Publick Theater; proceed to the right and park at the top end close to the sign for the theater. If coming from Cambridge or other points east, follow the sign to the Publick Theater just opposite the WBZ-TV building and turn right into the parking lot; park near the sign for the theater.


Since the location is not very conveniently available by public transportation, we will arrange a carpool from Harvard Square or Central Square if there is interest. Please let us know at


We plan to locate in the grassy area close to that end of the parking lot. (If you have difficulty finding us when you get there, you can call our chapter cell phone at 617-230-6439.

Hope to see you on the 15th!

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