Welcome to Limmud 2018! This FAQ is meant to address last-moment questions you'll have for the day of the event.

Do I need to register for sessions?

A:

It is not possible or necessary to pre-register for any sessions. Review the 60+ sessions here. To ensure a spot, arrive early.

Optional: The handy Sched app gives you the convenience of creating your own schedule (this is optional and does NOT register you for any sessions). You should have received an email from Sched with log-in instructions. Contact tech@limmudseattle.org for any questions and/or support.

Where do I park?

A:

Know your entrance! The Shoreline Conference Center has several entrances and parking lots (address and directions here; venue map here).

  • Saturday night:
    • Parking: Enter the North Parking Lot via the north-most entrance on 1st Ave NE (furthest entrance from NE 185th St.). When full, use the West Parking Lot.
    • Check in: is 6-6:45pm in the Auditorium lobby. Enter through the EAST Auditorium Entrance and get your name tag (please wear at all times for security) and SWAG bag.

 

PLEASE BRING BACK your name tag and program booklet on Sunday. You will need your name tag for re-entry, and we will not have extra programs.

  • Sunday:
    • Parking: Same as Saturday. Enter the North Parking Lot via the north-most entrance on 1st Ave NE (furthest entrance from NE 185th St.). When full, use the West Parking Lot.
    • Check in: Different from Saturday. Use the North Entrance and check in 8-8:45am. Get your name tag (please wear at all times for security) and SWAG bag.

If you checked in Saturday night, PLEASE REMEMBER to bring back and wear your name tag and skip the check-in line. Bring your program booklet, too - we will not have extras.

Volunteers and signs will point you in the right direction.

Will there be food?

A:

For You: This is a Jewish event - you’ll be well-fed! Saturday night we’ll serve appetizers and snacks with a cash bar* in Pub Le Mood. Sunday includes a light breakfast, lunch, afternoon sandwiches and snacks all day. All food is kosher (Seattle Vaad supervision).

For Others: We are collecting non-perishable food and toiletry items for the Jewish Family Service Food Drive.  Please bring donations!

*Cash bar will accept credit cards. All other refreshments and meals are included.

I didn't register. Can I show up anyway?

A:

Limmud 2018 is entirely sold out. We're sorry to miss you, but excited to have your help and excitement for Limmud 2019! Stay tuned, and sign up to volunteer and get on our mailing list now!

How can I help out?

A:

Limmud is a 100% volunteer-run event, so YOU are key to this festival’s success! We would love for you to volunteer to help out on the day of Limmud 2018. Be a part of the magic! Help out with a volunteer set-up or event shift here.

Help make Limmud Seattle an ongoing reality with a generous donation. Ticket fees cover less than half of actual costs, and every dollar counts. Please donate now. Thank you!

What are the Limmud Values?

A:

Please review the Limmud Values behind Limmud Seattle. These core Values are shared by all of the 84+ independent, volunteer-run Jewish learning festivals worldwide, including Respect, Diversity, Empowerment and more.

How will security be handled?

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We will have professional security on site and volunteer door attendants. Please do your part: DO NOT OPEN a locked door from the inside for anyone, for any reason, and wear your name tag at all times.

Will there be a chance to jam with other musicians?

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Absolutely! Musicians – bring your instrument and join in the Jewish Music Jam, 4:15 – 5:30. Let’s all play, sing, and dance together. Music stands provided.  

Can you help with accomodations?

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A list of nearby accommodations and transportation options are here. We may be able to arrange home hospitality; please contact Nicole Ebling (nicole@h-nt.org) or Janice Cohen (jcohen78@comcast.net).

Can I share Limmud on social media?

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Please share your experiences with Limmud Seattle on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. We're gathering it all under the hashtag #LimmudSeattle

Please post your thoughts, photos and selfies during the festival to social media with this hashtag!

How do I get there?

A:

We list several transportation options at the accomodations and transportation page. The event venue is the Shoreline Conference Center