How is this Pesach Market different?

Pesach Market - photo

The Congregation Emanuel Pesach Market is keeping up with the times and therefore it is going to be different than we expected. Please read further to understand what this means.

The simple story is that there will be NO personal shopping. You will submit an order and will either schedule a pick up outside the Shul or have it delivered to you.

We are very happy to say that we have most of the usual items which you enjoy during Pesaḥ. You will see on the order form that we have a number of different kinds of matzah, including gluten free, gefilte fish in jars and frozen, horseradish, macaroons, chocolate, jams, candles, frozen cheese cake and blintzes. You are encouraged to read the list very carefully so as to not miss one of your favourites!

We regret that we are not able to supply frozen poultry, Osem Matzah or Soup Mix, Bamba or kosher l’Pesaḥ dairy products this year. Please note that if an item is not on the list, we don’t have it!

This is how the 2020 Pesach Market is going to work:

How you will submit an order: Download and complete this form. It is a fillable pdf. (In order to complete and email the form you MUST download this form. The form as viewed in the link is not fillable. Use the download symbol in the upper right to download the document. Complete the form and email it to Leah Levi: leah.levi@gmail.com using envelope on toolbar at top of screen. If you wish to make an order over the phone, please call Leah at 250 370 1246, with the form in front of you for reference.

How will you pay: by cheque made out to Congregation Emanuel or by e-transfer to bookkeeper@congregationemanu-el.ca. We will supply the possible questions for the e-transfer. We will not accept cash. You will indicate on the order form how you will pay.

How will you get your order: you will indicate on the form how you wish to receive the order, and once it is packed, we will notify you of the cost, and when to pick it up or when it will be delivered. No one will be entering the shul – pick up will be in front of the shul.

Volunteers will be working hard to ensure that everyone gets what they order. Orders will be filled in the same order as they are received. We expect to sometimes have to use our discretion as to how many of one item we can sell to one household.

We ask for your patience as we endeavour to ensure that every one of you is looked after as best as we can.

Our Simcha Gift Shop has some Pesaḥ supplies such as haggadot and seder plates. Information about how to order will be coming. You will be able to pick up your Simcha order at the same time as your Pesach Market products, although you will pay separately.

Thank you so much for supporting educational programs in Congregation Emanu-El Hebrew School.

Leah Levi & the Hebrew School Families

 

Shop at CEE Pesaḥ Market: support our Hebrew School

Pesach Market - photo

April 11 – 15, 2019, Congregation Emanu-El, 1461 Blanshard Street, Victoria — We hope the community will come out to stock up on Passover goodies and support the Hebrew School at the Congregation Emanu-El (CEE) Pesaḥ Market which is our Hebrew School’s major annual fundraiser: your support is vital! The Pesaḥ Market will be open for all your Passover needs at the following dates and times :

Market Dates and Hours
Thursday, April 11, 4 – 8 pm
Friday, April 12, 10 am – 3 pm
Sunday, April 14, 1 – 4 pm
Monday, April 15, 10 am – 2pm

What’s available at the Pesaḥ Market ?
A wide selection of kosher for Passover dry goods & frozen foods, including matzah, borscht, sweets and cakes, gluten-free products, grape juice, Shabbat candles and much more.
We hope to have (based on availability): Israeli pickles and olives, Israeli Bamba snacks (contain peanuts), cheese blintzes, and gefilte fish.

If you are going to be away, you may place your order with Leah at 250-370-1246.

Simcha Gift Shop will be open during during Pesaḥ Market: We have Haggadot, Seder Plates, Elijah cups, Matzah covers, afikoman bags, and other things for the Seder Table.

Pesaḥ Market Dates and Hours – Update

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Pesaḥ Market Open on the following dates/times:

  • Tuesday, March 13         4 – 8 pm
  • Wednesday, March 14   4 – 8 pm
  • Thursday, March 15       4 – 8 pm
  • Friday, March 16            10 – 2pm
  • Sunday, March 18          10 – 2 pm

Market Date(s) for the week of March 20:  To Be Announced

  • Congregation Emanu-El Hebrew School Fundraiser
  • Come and Support our Students
  • A wide selection of Kosher for Passover Dry Goods & Frozen Food

Congregation Emanu-El Hebrew School apologizes for any inconvenience the changes to our schedule may have caused.

The Pesaḥ Market is appreciates volunteer assistance. If you would like to help, please contact Chanah.

Pesach Market: Revised hours

Due to the snow storms last week, part of our order will
only arrive early next week.  If you choose to shop this Friday or Sunday,
we will take orders for the missing items (i.e. horseradish, frozen gefilte
fish, blintzes, gluten-free matzah) and you can pick them up later.

Revised Pesach Market Hours:

  • Friday, March 24: 10 am – 2 pm (Seniors only)
  • Sunday, March 26: 1 – 4 pm
  • Tuesday, March 28: 5 – 9 pm (extended hours)
  • Wednesday, March 29: 11 am – 2 pm; 5 – 9 pm (extended
    hours)
  • Thursday, March 30: 4 – 8 pm
  • Friday, March 31: 10 am – 2 pm
  • Sunday, April 2: 1 – 3 pm 

Help
support our Hebrew school by volunteering at the Pesach Market! Contact Rachel
Fishe
r for details.
Please bring your own shopping bags.

Simcha Gift Shop is open
during the Passover Market!  
Come in for beautiful Seder plates, Elijah Cups, Matzah covers,
new tablecloths and many more Passover
items
now in stock at Simcha Gift Shop.

Pesach Market Volunteers needed

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ONE STOP SHOPPING for:  Matza, Blintzes, Chicken, Gefilte Fish, Horseradish, Herring, Cheese, Chocolates, Juice, Marshmallows, Olives, Macaroons, Jams & Jelly, Salami & Hot Dogs, Gluten Free products and many other Pesach items.  We have it all at our Hebrew School Pop-Up Market.  

This is our main Hebrew School fundraiser.  You’ll have a chance to shop and schmooze with other community members while helping the heart and soul of our community, the kids!

Care to Volunteer?  If so, please contact Rachel Fisher at for shifts from April 5–17

Thanks in advance!