Barbara Lazaroff's Spago 31st Annual Seder Dinner – Benefitting MAZON “A Jewish Response to Hunger”

Barbara Lazaroff will be holding the Spago 31st Annual Seder dinner at Spago Beverly Hills to benefit MAZON "A Jewish Response to Hunger” on Saturday  April 4th,  the second night of Passover. MAZON helps feed people in the Los Angeles Community.

"I began the tradition at the original Spago Hollywood as a means to bring the Jewish community together on the festive holiday, as well as those of different faiths.  I believe that if we all share our traditions, myths are dispelled and communication is sparked.  This leads to better understanding and tolerance for all cultures.  Also, there is such a profound need in Los Angeles, so many go hungry every day, elders miss many meals and children who go to school unable to concentrate because they are hungry,”  Lazaroff said. “This event has become a warm and delicious tradition at Spago Beverly Hills, those who attend love the Spago cuisine and their go home package of oven baked matzah’s and macaroons.”

About 40% of those that attend are not Jewish and some experience their very first Seder at this event; where they get a sophisticated introduction to Jewish Cuisine and 100% of the proceeds go directly to MAZON.

Over the years, stars such as Oscar Winner Rita Moreno , Lainie Kazan, Melissa Manchester along with studio and network heads, entertainment industry leaders, have all attended this incredible dinner.   This year will be no different with major stars from television and film in attendance.

The dinner will be officiated by Rabbi Arnold Rachlis and Cantor Ruti Briar- University Synagogue and the Westside Children’s Choir will perform fresh off their appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. Musical  director Barbara Silberg will conduct the choir.

For tickets contact Spago at: (310) 385-0880

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