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Hillel at Virginia Tech Passover 

For years our Hillel has served as a community gathering place during Passover. We have had over a thousand individuals use our Center for services and dinners. Please join us as we once again open our doors to have a Passover seder in-person at our Malcolm Rosenberg Hillel Center. There will also be a variety of programs to celebrate the holiday throughout the rest of the week. 

Passover Services and Programs:

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Passover (April 15th - April 23rd)

Thursday, April 14th 

Pre-Passover Pasta Dinner*

Friday, April 15th

Day 1 Seder*

Monday, April 18th

Kosher-for-Passover Monday Munch Lunch

  • In Jamestown in Squires

  • 11 am - 1 pm

  • RSVP HERE

Tuesday, April 19th

Kosher-for-Passover Lunch

  • In Jamestown in Squires

  • 11 am - 1 pm

  • RSVP HERE

Chocolate Seder*

Marketing & Outreach Committee + Collegiate Women in Business event with Hanna Stein, Twitter Director of Research

  • Starts at 7 pm

  • At New Classroom Building Room 250

  • RSVP Here

Wednesday, April 20th

Kosher-for-Passover Lunch

  • In Jamestown in Squires

  • 11 am - 1 pm

  • RSVP HERE

Matzah House building* 

  • During Wellness Wednesday from 3:30 - 5 pm

  • RSVP HERE

Mystery Moses Sock Exchange*

Thursday, April 21st

Kosher-for-Passover Lunch

  • In Jamestown in Squires

  • 11 am - 1 pm

  • RSVP HERE

Innovation Committee PowerPoint Night*

Friday, April 22nd

Kosher-for-Passover Lunch

  • In Jamestown in Squires

  • 11 am - 1 pm

  • RSVP HERE

Kosher-for-Passover Shabbat Dinner and Services (Earth Day Themed)*

  • Services begin at 6:00 pm, Dinner is at 6:30 pm

  • Matzo, cheesy baked spinach and feta casserole,  carrot salad, cucumber salad, roasted tomatoes, Moroccan quinoa, chocolate matzo layer cake

  • RSVP HERE

*The event will be at the Malcolm Rosenberg Hillel Center

Help us with our Food Drive benefiting

Micah's Backpack!

Our Community Service & Social Justice Committee along with our Repair the World Intern are asking students to bring supplies to help combat food hunger and insecurity in the New River Valley area. 29% of Undergraduates at Virginia Tech are considered as having low or very low food security.  You can bring the items below anytime during the week of Passover.

What they need:

  • Box Mac-N-Cheese

  • Canned Beef Stew or Chili 

  • Canned Fruit

  • Cereal

  • Chicken or Tuna Helper

  • Individual Fruit Bars, Fruit Snacks

  • Individual Granola Bars, Pretzels, Cheeze-Its

  • Juice Boxes

  • Peanut Butter

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