Saturday September 21 at 9.00 p.m.
George Weston Recital Hall (5040 Yonge Street)
with Temple Sinai and the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company
The High Holy Days is a time to chart a path forward for the coming year, and to summon the inner strength to make positive life changes a reality.
Join us as we seek to summon that inner strength together, through the power of song and the spoken word. Featuring the clergy of Temple Sinai and stars of the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company.
A minimum contribution of $18 per person is requested.
Location: George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge Street.
Theatre Accessibility: Toronto Centre for the Arts is wheelchair accessible. There are dedicated wheelchair seating and additional seating available for patrons with limited mobility. The main lobby has an elevator and a ramp to the upper level for anyone who may need it.
Hearing Assist: Infrared hearing assist devices are available free of charge at all three coat check locations. You will be asked to leave a piece of photo-identification, which will be returned to you upon returning the device.
Parking: There are a variety of parking options in the general vicinity of the Toronto Centre for the Arts. The parking lot in front of the theatre, at 5000 Yonge Street, has direct tunnel access to the front lobby of the theatre.
There is also a large public parking lot and metered parking on Beecroft Rd., just behind the Toronto Centre for the Arts, as well as underground parking at 4950 Yonge Street (Madison Centre, access from Upper Madison Avenue).
TTC: Toronto Centre for the Arts is accessible by TTC. The Yonge Subway line stops at North York Centre Station, 1 block north when you exit to Yonge Street.
Accessible Parking: If you have a special permit to display on your dashboard, there is a limited amount of accessible parking on North York Blvd., directly beside the theatre. There is a turning circle in front of the theatre and while you are not permitted to park there, you can drop someone off and leave to find parking.
Scents and Sensitivity: We ask that you consider refraining from wearing fragrances to services. While pleasing to some, these fragrances can cause illness to those who are chemically sensitive.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Wishing you a happy and healthy New Year.
When I stood with the Torah in my arms, my shoulders draped in my late father’s tallit, I experienced an indescribable sense of pride, freedom and happiness. I am so thankful that I had the privilege of holding the Torah and dancing freely in this country, and that I will have the opportunity for further study at Temple. I truly love the experience of studying with the clergy!