Get ready to party with a buffet of Moroccan sweets, music, belly dancers, a cash bar, and more.
Mimuna is a North African Jewish celebration held the day after Passover, marking the return to eating hametz (leavened bread). Traditional Mimuna celebrations include a table laden with sweet delicacies, traditional clothing (and gold embroidered robes, colorful turbans), music, songs, dancing, and and atmosphere of revelry, joy, and brotherhood. During Mimuna, revelers keep the door open to invite anyone who wants to enter and join the party, whether family, friends, or strangers. In Israel on the night of Mimuna, Moroccan Jewish families go from house to house visiting their families, friends, and acquaintances.
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