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We know it will be different spending Thanksgiving on campus. Make new memories with your WashU Hillel family!

Thanksgiving Dinners To-Go | Wednesday, November 25, 2020
WashU Hillel is excited to offer free, kosher Thanksgiving Meals to-go! We have mouthwatering turkey, savory herb stuffing, green beans, roasted sweet potato, and pumpkin pie! Don't worry, we didn't forget about our vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free friends! We've got you covered with a grilled portabella mushroom stuffed with quinoa and tofu in a vegetarian gravy. Enjoy a delicious meal with your suitemates, pod mates, and friends!

* Due to limited resources and kashrut dietary restrictions, this meal is available to WashU Hillel community members only. 

Sign up by TONIGHT @ 11:59 pm by clicking here! Pickups will be available Wednesday, November 25, between 4-6 pm, at the S40 Clock Tower or at Hillel - choose your location on the sign-up form.

Shabbat Dinner | Friday, November 27, 2020
We asked what you wanted for Shabbat and you answered! You know that Shabbat at Hillel means good food and a relaxed atmosphere, and nothing says “relaxed” better than pub food. So dress warm and comfy and join us for French onion soup, chicken wings, and more! Sign up to dine in at Hillel for dinner, or to carry out Shabbat dinner, lunch, and/or Seudah Shlishit from Bear's Den by clicking 
here! Bear’s Den pick-ups will be Friday between 4-5pm. 

Menu: french onion soup, chicken wings, pretzel bites, fried zucchini sticks with 'ranch.'
Veg: minestrone, veggie tofu wings, pretzel bites, fried zucchini sticks.
GF: French onion soup, chicken wings, potato wedges, zucchini spears.

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, sign ups for Shabbat this week will close on Monday, 11/23 @ 11:59 pm! 

Service & Gratitude Projects | Sunday, November 29, 2020 | 1–3 pm
Join Hillel for some meaningful virtual activities over Thanksgiving break. At 1 pm, we will be writing “toe-tags” as part of a national exhibition, 
Hostile Terrain 94, composed of 3,200 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who have died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert of Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.

At 2pm, tune in for virtual art journaling. We will decorate gratitude journals together (but apart). What better way to practice some self-care than by getting crafty and appreciating the things in life that we are thankful for

We would love to see you at one, or both, of these activities! Sign up by Tuesday (11/24) to reserve materials to pick up from Hillel or the S40 on Wednesday (11/25) between 4-6! Click here to RSVP.