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Ice Cream Party

Wed. May 23rd 11:00am

Bring the Whole Family to hear
The Reading of the Ten Commandments
Celebrate the Holiday of Shavuot 
Commemorating the giving of the Torah
At Mt. Sinai 3319 Years ago

At Chabad of S. Barbara
6047 Stow Canyon Rd.
Goleta, CA 93117

Reading of the Ten Commandments: 11:00 am
Followed by an Ice Cream Party &
 Sumptuous Dairy Buffet lunch
Including Blintzes and Cheesecake and more!

No Charge! All are Welcome!

Yizkor Services will be held on Thursday,
 May 24th at


It is customary to eat dairy foods on Shavuot. There are a number of reasons for this custom:

With the giving of  the Torah the Jews now became obligated to observe the laws of Kashruth. As the Torah was given on Shabbat no cattle could be slaughtered nor could utensils be koshered, and thus on that day they ate dairy.

Another reason is that the Torah is likened to milk. The Hebrew word for milk is chalav. When the numerical value of each of the letters in the word chalav are added together - 8; 30; 2 - the total is forty. Forty is the number of days Moses was on Mount Sinai receiving the Torah. 

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