Learn and experience the making of mini Challah. Traditionally, Challah is the bread used in Jewish rituals, a braided loaf eaten on Sabbath and Jewish holidays. Since Sabbath is a resting day for Jews, the Challah is made in two loaves on a Friday before sunset. This is symbolic of the double portions of manna the Israelites received each Friday during their Exodus from Egypt as reflected in the Bible.
Dates & Time: Thursday, 22 August 7.30pm - 9.00pm
Venue: Level 5, Jacob Ballas Centre, 24 Waterloo Street, S(187950)
Cost: $15 per person