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Limmud Atlanta + SE is a unique Jewish community: a place where the agenda is set by volunteers for volunteers – by you. LimmudFest is a place where you are encouraged to be creative, take risks: try new things. Everyone teaches and everyone learns. Everyone is responsible for the experience this weekend. You make it happen. That’s why there are no participants or volunteers at LimmudFest: instead, everyone is a volunticipant

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Sunday, September 1 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Making Chrayn, Making Memories, Strengthening Families: Establishing A Passover Family Ritual That Can't Be Beat!

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Research has shown that family rituals help children and families deal with the exigencies of life while building resilience. The number one rated LimmudFest program, the year that we last offered this, Making Chrayn will teach you how to establish a family ritual for the preparation of seder horseradish. Utilizing every sensory modality, especially taste and smell, you will learn how to transform plain old ugly horseradish root into a lifetime memory that will keep on working long after the last piece of the Afikoman is eaten.

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Marshall Duke

Emory Univerrsity
Marshall Duke joined Emory's psychology faculty in 1970 as an assistant professor. One of Emory's most decorated faculty members, Duke was named a Candler professor in 1991. He has been a licensed clinical psychologist in Georgia since 1972. Duke has authored seven books and more than 70 articles. His numerous television appearances include slots on the Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, and Good Morning America. Most recently, his work on... Read More →


Sunday September 1, 2013 9:30am - 10:45am
Mountainside Dining
  • AV Video and sound required
  • Noise Level Lively Discussion
  • Preferred Venue Outdoor Pavilion
  • Special Instructions Private LCD Projector, 6' Screen, Sound. Has a DVD that needs video and sound. For our session on making horseradish we will need two long tables and a power source to run two food processors. Extension cords essentially. We also need plastic spoons and paper plates.
  • Tags Family, Spirituality

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