Are you a Jewish young adult (age 22-45) who is interested in an entertaining, interactive, educational celebration with more than 1,500 peers from across North America? Then check out TribeFest, to be held March 6-8 in Las Vegas.
TribeFest will convene in Las Vegas, and will offer meaningful, fun, and top-quality content. Through presentations by dynamic leaders in politics, entertainment, music, art, food, religion and other aspects of Jewish life, TribeFest will offer attendees many ways to connect to their own Judaism and how they see themselves as part of the community.
TribeFest offers ways to connect with local, national and international organizations and networking with people of all different backgrounds from across North America. Those in attendance will be able to explore their passions and interests and discover new avenues for action while they celebrate and embrace the many rich aspects of Jewish life.
To top that off, dynamic speakers will share their stories and why being Jewish matters to them and opportunities to participate in meaningful service projects and make a difference. Participants will be encouraged to discover Judaism at their own pace in ways that resonate for them.
A very diverse group is expected – people from all across North America, from many backgrounds, involved in a myriad of professions and volunteer activities, married and single, with and without children, and of all sexual orientations.
The $475 registration includes five meals, participation in all event sessions and main stage events, event materials, an event t-shirt, evening events and participation in hands-on service projects.
Special rates at the Mandalay Bay hotel are only available through February 4.
TribeFest is sponsored by the Jewish Federations of North America.Visit www.tribefest.org, or contact Jewish Community of Louisville Campaign Associate Tzivia Levin, 618-5308 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.