Thursday evening April 29 is Lag BaOmer, the 33rd day of the Omer. The folk-custom is to sing around a campfire at a “kumsitz,” meaning “come” and “sit.” We will gather at 7 pm in the BEKI courtyard. Please wear a mask, bring your own folding chair, and keep a safe distance. We’ll sing niggunim—which have no words—as well as traditional American songs and Jewish songs. We’ll have paper song sheets or can use our cell phones to read the lyrics. Check the BEKI website for song sheets and recordings of the songs. The lobby will be unlocked so that we can walk through and use the restroom. If it’s raining, the kumsitz will be canceled.