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Shabbat Musical Instrument Policy

Shabbat and Holiday Services

Acoustic (non-electric, not amplified) instruments may be used, subject to the policy of the prayer community in which the service takes place. Details below are examples of what has been done in the past; please consult the leaders of each prayer community for details on current policy. Use of instruments in any prayer service must be announced through publicity at least a week before service date.

Charry Service

  • Hand drums; no stick drums
 

Dorshei Derekh Service

  • Hand drums and hand percussion; no stick drums
  • Acoustic guitar, not amplified
  • Tambourine
 

Minyan Masorti Service

  • No musical instruments permitted
 

Kol D'Mamah Service

  • Hand drums and hand percussion
  

Public Functions

 

No musical instruments may be used at public function

 

Private Functions

For specific guidelines for bands and musicians, please consult with the Executive Director

 
  • Invited guests (not functions open to community) 
  • Only hand drums
  • Acoustic guitar, not amplified
  • Acoustic instruments, not amplified
  • No DJ's or playing of pre-recorded music 
 
 

Little Shop Hours

Monday CLOSED    
Tuesday    12:00 - 7:30
Wednesday 12:00 - 7:30
Thursday 12:00 - 5:00
Friday 12:00 - 4:00
Saturday CLOSED    
Sunday 9:30 - 12:30

Or by appointment