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Evening of food, wine and music at Oseh Shalom Synagogue in Laurel

Rabbi Douglas Heifetz and Oseh Shalom Synagogue invite the public to Top Chef Oseh: An evening of food, wine and music, Saturday, March 31 at 8 p.m. at 7515 Olive Branch Way.

The evening includes a cooking competition, Passover wine tasting and performance by Kol Sasson a capella singing group from the University of Maryland.

Cost is $12 in advance, $15 at door and includes tastes of all food entries in one of three categories: first course, second course or dessert. Wine tasting is $5 additional.

For tickets, contact Hillary at Hillarya26@yahoo.com. For more information, contact Barry Nove, 301-498-5151, or go to http://www.Oseh-Shalom.org.

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