Food For Thought: Rum Cake’s Jewish Roots

March 20 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Come bake a Rum Cake with YLD!
Join us for a hands-on baking class during in which participants will learn about the vital role Caribbean Jews played in the transport and trade of the ingredients which are essential to this delicious dessert.

Hosted by Young Israel of Century Village, the class will be an amazing opportunity to engage with the community's most senior Jewish residents in a fun, socially distanced environment.

Speaker: Dana Cohen Sprott
Dana has a B.S. in Economics from Russell Sage College and a Master’s in Business Administration from George Washington University. Sprott has lived and worked in the Caribbean for three decades and found Jewish communities that were older than Manhattan and unlikely places of refuge during World War II. She is a published writer, author, lecturer and researcher and led the international team that pinpointed the located of the lost synagogue and Jewish burial ground on the Dutch island of St. Maarten.

The Sunshine Circle is eager to welcome our YLD to participate in this fun event. Since they serve an aging and high risk population, they have request that each attendee undergo a Rapid Covid-19 test which they will perform on site. While we cannot require testing as part of your attendance, we kindly ask you to help us keep our seniors safe by participating in the quick test when you get there.

*IMPORTANT* ~ All guests are required to complete the In-Person Gathering Waiver to register. A Health Screening Form will be requested 48 hours prior to the event.

Event Organizer:

Sydney Gorodetsky Rubin

srubin@jewishbroward.org and 954-252-6886

Location:

Chabad of Century Village Pembroke Pines 13600 SW 10 Street Pembroke Pines, FL 33027 

Event Cost:

$20 for YLD Donors

$30 for YLD Non Donors

$35 at the door

*YLD Donors are between the ages of 22-40 and donate a minimum of $365 to the Jewish Federation of Broward County’s 2021-2022 Annual Campaign.