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Shabbaton


Learn. Reflect. Grow.

PC 2017 Shabbaton

Kick off your Policy Conference experience March 24-25 by joining us for an exclusive pre-conference Shabbaton!

The Shabbaton gives you a unique opportunity to come together to learn, reflect, and grow as a community. Conference delegates can engage in unique educational programs and in depth discussions in a restful and respectful Shabbat environment.

The Shabbaton is a pre-conference educational seminar available exclusively for delegates registered for Policy Conference.

Start Policy Conference on an uplifting and inspiring note. Register for Shabbaton today!

Reflect. Learn. Connect.

Highlights

  • Amazing scholars
  • Many different learning sessions to choose from
  • Festive Shabbat meals
  • Shabbat services
  • Uplifting Havdalah Service

Speakers

This year's panel of speakers includes:

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Sold Out!

The AIPAC Policy Conference Shabbaton is now sold out. To be added to the waitlist, please email synagogue@aipac.org.

Schedule

Friday, March 24, 2017
Registration opens; Shabbat Services and Shabbat Dinner

Saturday, March 25, 2017
Services and learning sessions; Shabbat Lunch, Havdalah and evening program

Sunday, March 26, 2017 Policy Conference Begins

Registration

Standard: $299 per person

  • Includes all Shabbat meals, services and programming
  • Cancellations must be in writing and received by March 8, 2017

Hotels

The hotel blocks for Policy Conference 2017 are now closed. After February 20, 2017, you will need to contact hotels directly to find accommodations at the prices set by the hotel. If you need to cancel or modify an existing reservation, you must contact your hotel directly and cancellation charges will be applied.

Since AIPAC must guarantee and therefore pay for each delegate's Shabbaton participation in advance, cancellations after March 8, 2017, cannot be refunded nor applied to future AIPAC events. Additionally, Policy Conference Shabbaton 2017 registrations are non-transferable.