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High Holiday Tickets 5783 | 2022

Guests of COS may purchase tickets.  High Holiday tickets are given to members in good standing.

High Holiday Tickets are available for purchase now for $180 per person.

You can purchase tickets now by clicking here.


Elul & Holiday Programming 5783 | 2022

Elul is the month of preparation for the High Holidays.  Join us for these wonderful programs to help you prepare.

There is something for everyone! RSVP ahead of time at the links below:


September 12th at 7pm: Healing Music Service with Cantor Robuck 

Join Cantor Robuck for an Ohev Family Tradition.

In-Person and Virtual.


September 13th at 6pm: Tshuvah Taco Tuesday for Families of All Ages

Create a taco and plan on a mitzvah for the new year! Dairy and Vegetarian options provided.

Members: $3/person pre-k and older | Guests: $6/person | No charge for Kol Hakavod.


September 17th at 7:30pm: Havdallah, Apple & Honey Tasting, and Selichot Service at COS

Join us after Havdallah for a tasting of a variety of sweet apples and honey to celebrate the new year.

End the evening with a traditional Selichot service.


September 19th at 7pm: Melodies/Nusach of the Holidays

Learn with Cantor Weber about the songs you'll hear at High Holiday services.


September 20th at 7pm: Holiday Kugel Konnection

"Rosh Hashanah Recipes: Beyond Apple & Honey Cake" It's time to cook, schmooze, discuss and nosh!

Open to all ages | Members: $10 per family | Guests: $18 per family | No Charge for Kol Hakavod


September 21st at 5pm: Cooking through the Jewish Calendar for Families 

This month's theme is High Holidays! Geared towards families with preschoolers through first graders. Join us to cook recipes from Jewish holidays. Dinner included!

Members: $10 per family | Guests: $18 per family | No Charge for Kol Hakavod


September 21st at 7pm: The Art of Repair - A Hands-On Workshop for Teens

8th-12th grade is invited to join us as we explore the meaning of Elul through the Japanese art of Kintsugi, or "golden repair." Kintsugi is the art of repairing broken pottery with gold, to make it both stronger and more beautiful.

Registration required to provide supplies. $5 per person.

Thu, October 6 2022 11 Tishrei 5783