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Grapevine: Megila readings at Jerusalem eateries

No one in Jerusalem has an excuse for missing out on a megila reading on Purim.

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NO ONE in Jerusalem has an excuse for missing out on a megila reading on Purim. Rabbi Yisroel Goldberg, the head of the Chabad Center of Rehavia, in addition to organizing his annual Aza Zaza festival of daytime readings in Rehavia eateries on March 17, also has a series of readings on Sunday night, March 16. The first will be at 6:30 in the lower level of the Jerusalem Great Synagogue at 56 King George Avenue.

Anyone who can’t make it for that time slot can go around the corner to the Chabad Center of Rehavia at 8 Ramban Street, where there will be readings at 8, 9, 10 and 11 p.m.



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