Dear Friends,

Of all the Jewish holidays, Passover is the most widely celebrated among ex-Soviet Jews. Why? Because "Let My People Go!" is a cry from our own generation, and the story of the Exodus underscores the link between Jewish tradition and our personal experience.
This Monday, RJeneration is proud to host our annual Passover Seder -- bringing together a community of young Russian-Jewish singles, couples and young families (do bring your little ones!) for a night that is truly "different from all other nights".

And where better to celebrate the first night of Passover than the Lower East Side -- where so many Jewish immigrants who came before us marked their own turn-of-the-century Exodus, and gratefully celebrated the Passover tradition in freedom?

We look forward to breaking (unleavened) bread with you all, just blocks away from the historical -- and still functioning! -- Streit's Matzo factory, among many other old-world American Jewish landmarks.
Join us for this cornerstone celebration of our heritage!

Advance registration is required. Register online here.

When: Monday, March 25th, 6:30pm
Where:  Clemente Soto V´┐Żlez Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk Street 
Cost: $50/adult (kids 10 and up half price - email us )
ContactKostya - (408) 314-1375

~ RJeneration   

About RJeneration
Born in the Soviet Union -- made in America

We came to America as kids and teens, brought by our parents. Some were born enroute, and some were born here. We are a generation of Americans with a second culture and language, a Russian heritage, Jewish roots, and a defining immigrant experience. We've juggled our "hybrid" Russian-Jewish-American identity throughout our lives.

Many of us went to the top high schools and colleges in the country. English is our primary language, but we still speak Russian. Runglish is also our style. We're Jewish, despite yeshiva traumas. We're in our 20's and 30's, busy building successful careers in every imaginable field. Some of us are already household names - Sergey Brin, Gary Shteyngart, David Bezmozgis, Lenny Krayzelberg, Mila Kunis, Regina Spektor. Many others are sure to follow and make their mark.

The RJeneration community brings us together to network, make connections, explore the richness of our unique Russian-Jewish-American identity, showcase and celebrate RJeneration's rising stars, and engage in Russian and Jewish life all around us.

For more information visit our website at: http://www.RJeneration.org