20s & 30s
Cocktails in a Rooftop Sukkah
Sunday, September 22nd from 7-9PM
14th Street Y
344 E 14th STreet
Monthly Shabbat Dinners–Mark Your Calendar!
October 11 – Harvest Shabbat
November 8 – Curry & Comedy
December 13 – Festival of Lights
January 10 – Winter BBQ
February 14 – Chocolate Heaven
March 14 – Jewish Persian/Morrocan Theme
April 11th – TBD
May 9 – Mojito Madness
Town and Village offers a wonderfully rich inter-generational community that we invite you to experience. We offer Friday evening programming — the second Friday of every month — specially designed for those in their 20′s and 30′s. We also host happy hours & will begin to offer other events. All young adults and graduate students are welcome to join us for these events, and for our weekly Shabbat services and holiday celebrations. Bring friends, colleagues, significant others, or come alone and meet new people!
TO JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST, or if you have any questions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can invite you to our upcoming events.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many people attend your events?
We tend to have anywhere from 80 – 120. 120 is the max capacity of the dinners.
What ages come to your events?
Our events are specifically for people in their twenties (over 21) and thirties. If you are in another age range, just let us know, and we will be happy to connect you to other programs taking place in the synagogue as part of its inter-generational offerings.
What do I wear?
Something that balances comfort and festivity! You will find people wearing everything from nice jeans and button-down shirts to full suits and dresses. Wear whatever makes you comfortable!
Is this a singles event?
While many people who come to these events are single, and it’s a great place to meet people, we welcome couples — married, dating, and people of all relationship statuses.
Can I bring my boyfriend/girlfriend, partner, spouse if he/she is of another religious background?
Yes! We invite you both to join us for Shabbat and all of our programs!
Do I have to know or be able to read Hebrew to come to services?
Not at all! We welcome you to use our transliterated prayer book, where you can also read everything in English and follow along! We offer them during services and will distribute them in the beginning of the Friday night services. In case you can’t find one, just ask one of the ushers or the rabbi, and we’ll be glad to share one with you!
What if I’m running late?
Come anyway! We welcome you to join us whenever you can, just make sure you introduce yourself to one of the coordinators so we know you made it! Shabbat is a time to relax, not rush!
Can I bring my children?
If you are in your twenties or thirties and want to bring a baby or young child please just let us know when RSVP-ing.
Other Questions? Email us at email@example.com, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have!