Inspired by Moroccan narratives of friendship and unity of Jewish and Muslim neighbors that once made this post-Passover celebration possible, we continue to come together to commemorate and celebrate what it means to be good neighbors to one another in a diverse world. This North African festival of neighbors is for everyone, so we welcome you to join us to experience the magic of Moroccan culture, hospitality, good neighbors, and the neighborhood.
BRUNCH MENU: BOTTOMLESS MIMOSAS (alc/non-alc); Moufleta/Msemn (like a thin pancake) served with honey; Fruit & Preserves; Couscous with Caramelized Onions, Raisins, and Almonds Confit; Naana Tea; Pastries; Sweets; and other Treats.
Live Music to include DjKimo and Nabil performing Andalousi and other Moroccan music.
Henna Artist Vendor | Special Guests.
Register (EARLY $15 OR DONATE WHAT YOU CAN FOR A LIMITED TIME | $20 OTHERWISE & AT THE DOOR): www.shindc.org/reg/mimouna2018
Mimouna was featured in a New York Times story on April 2, 2018: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/02/dining/mimouna-
Photos are from our previous 3 fabulous Mimouna celebrations – Please join us for the fourth! Please also visit Sephardic Heritage International DC (SHIN DC) online at www.shindc.org