Q. Is there a specific dress code at Shabbat 200?
A. If you are a waiter, you should wear your vest.
If you are the Rabbi, you should be dressed in your Chassidic garb.
If you are the children’s entertainer, make sure you look a little silly.
Otherwise, we’re easy-going at Chabad and you should dress however you feel comfortable, keeping in mind there is a tradition to honor the Shabbat with nice clothing.
Q. I’d love to celebrate a nice Shabbat with my family but I don’t think my young kids can sit through a dinner? Any suggestions?
A. We had families just like yours in mind when we structured our program!
When Shabbat dinner begins, families sit together, but shortly afterwards, our outstanding children’s program gets underway. The kids will have a blast at the fun and educational program while you can continue at the dinner and do the same :)
Q. I don’t know how to read Hebrew and I don't have much Jewish knowledge. Will I feel comfortable at the dinner?
A. Our Shabbat dinners are designed for everyone regardless of background or level of knowledge. No Hebrew reading is required and all the Shabbat traditions are clearly explained.
Q. Where do I go when I arrive at the venue?
A. There will be a sign at the entrance of the venue to direct you. Outside the event room, you will find your name in an alphabetical list with the table number you will be sitting at.