In an era of rapid climate change, Tu Be-Shevat (Jewish Arbor Day), forces us to reflect on our responsibility to sustain and defend the planet. Not to put a too fine a point on it, it's the only one we've got. We will take a closer look at these issues at a special interfaith seder dinner on the evening of Sunday, February 12. Folk and liturgical music, reading and prayers from many different religious traditions and a new photographic portfolio of Tulsa landscapes by artist Karen Kantor will highlight the evening. The event begins at 6:00 p.m. and will feature a holiday feast catered by James Shrader, chef and owner of The Palace Cafe. Call the Synagogue office or use the module below to secure your place. The cost for adults is $27 per person.