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Shalom Tots Gather and Give

Shalom Tots -- under The Open Tent -- invites you to Gather and Give in celebration of Hanukkah. Join us on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24 at 10:00 AM in Muss Park (44th & Chase Avenue) for a joyous event. Nosh, craft and play with friends and families, and bring an unwrapped gift for children of the Children's Home Society. RSVP encouraged, For more information contact Ivory at

The Tribes VODKA LATKE Party

Hands down THE party of the year, The Tribe presents a Hanukkah (well, post Hanukkah) bash that is not to be missed. Open vodka bar provided by Ketel One, specialty drinks, latkes and a DJ are just some of the highlights we have in store.

Join us on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 at 8 PM at LMNT in Wynwood. Proceeds benefit the Children's Home Society of Florida. Tickets are $25 pre-pay and $40 at the door. Visit for tickets.

Co-sponsored by The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's The Network, Israel Bonds Young Investors Society, Aventura Turnbery Jewish Center, Temple Beth Am's Miami Jews, Beth David Highland Lakes Shul, and Beth David Congregation.

The Tribe's High Holiday Experience

The New York Times called The Tribe's High Holiday Experience “ innovation that few if any have embraced” and CBS News called it “.. a unique service.”

Join us for an unforgettable, multi-media experience on Wednesday, September 4 and Friday, September 13 EXCLUSIVELY for people in their 20s and 30s. SPACE IS LIMITED. Please register in advance here:

The Jewish Museum of Florida, 301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Erev Rosh Hashanah: Wednesday, September 4 @ 8 PM (doors open at 7:30) Reception follows.
Yom Kippur: Friday, September 13 @ 8 PM (doors open at 7:30)
BRING ID. FREE Valet service.

Learn more about The Experience here:

The Tribe's High Holiday Experience is made possible thanks to generous support from The Woldenberg Foundation, The Greater Miami Jewish Federation,Temple Beth Sholom, Aventura Turnbery Jewish Center, Synagogue3000/NextDor, The Robert Russell Memorial Foundation, and The Jack Chester Foundation.

The Tribe's Jews & Canoes

Back by popular demand, it's time for Jews & Canoes in honor of Tu B' Shvat. Sunday, January 27 in Oleta River State Park.

After a guided Kayak Tour along our very own Biscayne Bay, learn about South Florida's red mangrove estuaries and unique environmental landscape through the lens of this Jewish holiday that celebrates trees. A light lunch will be served.

CO-SPONSORED BY: Temple Solel's Chai Waivers and South Florida Jewish Cultural Group.

Meet at The Blue Moon Outdoor Center promptly at 10:30 AM. $30 per person (plus $4 park entry fee). PRICES WILL GO UP. BUY YOUR TICKET NOW and SAVE $$.


Space is limited. For more information contact


The Tribe's Vodka Latke

SAVE THE DATE Thursday, December 13 @ 7 PM The Tribe's Annual Vodka Latke 2012 At The Eden Roc Hotel Sea Breeze Terrace of the Elle Spa Reduced rate tickets are available now. For host committee information and sponsorship packages please contact

Family Fun: Sukkot Singing & Dancing

Sing, eat, dance and decorate at The Open Tent's Shalom Tots annual Sukkot celebration. Free fun for families with little ones under 5. Please join us and Temple Beth Sholom on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 at 4 PM at 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach in the Palm Garden under the Sukkah.

FREE High Holiday Experience for Young Professionals

Wednesday, September 28 at 8 PM. FREE High Holiday experience exclusively for Miami's young professionals. Celebrate a lively, liberal Jewish New Year at The Jewish Museum (301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach). Doors open at 7:30. Wine and h'orderves follow. To RSVP please visit: In the same location Yom Kipor services will take place on Friday, October 7 at 8:00 PM. Break Fast will take place at Lou's Beer Garden, 7377 Harding Ave, Miami Beach from 6:30 - 8:30 PM. Events co-sponsored by the Miami Jewish Federation and Birthright NEXT.

The Tribe’s mission is to cultivate an open, supportive and stimulating environment for young Jewish professionals in South Florida between the ages of 21 and 39 — through business, social networking, community service, and intellectual and spiritual events.