Spread the Love II is here! Spread the Love is a 4-part dinner series pairing new arrival chefs with notable chefs in LA. Proceeds benefit Miry’s List to support families resettling in America as refugees.
Come to the Skirball for a Passover-themed evening in partnership with the nonprofit Miry’s List and explore the themes of freedom and redemption through food and storytelling.
Rabbi Sarah Bassin (Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills) will begin by relating the Jewish value of welcoming the stranger to both the Passover story and the experience of refugees today. Then, enjoy wine and an elaborate Syrian dinner infused with the symbols of Passover and prepared by a family who recently resettled in LA. Finally, listen as Evan Kleiman (KCRW’s Good Food) moderates a discussion with the chefs about their arrival stories.
Join us for Syrian dinner with Airbnb, WeWork and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to welcome refugees to Los Angeles. This is an evening of Syrian dinner and conversation to learn how you can support the local community through Airbnb's Open Homes program and WeWork's Refugee Initiative. Free, RSVP required.
SPREAD THE LOVE IS A 4-PART DINNER SERIES BENEFITTING MIRY’S LIST, SERVING NEW ARRIVAL REFUGEE FAMILIES RESETTLING IN LOS ANGELES
Participant Media partners with New Arrival Supper Club to bring a culinary social impact experience to Participant Media staff for a delicious and unique afternoon to support our resettling neighbors through Miry’s List.
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Tickets available now! This Thanksgiving, NeueHouse partners with Miry’s List, a nonprofit serving families resettling as refugees in CA. Authentic Syrian dinner, music from a new arrival DJ from Iran, and stories from our new resettling neighbors.
Miry is Keynote speaker for this community social justice day focused on immigration and welcoming the stranger. Miry will talk about how we can activate here in LA to welcome our resettling neighbors. Classic Syrian coffee, tea and desserts will be serves by a resettle cook from Syria to give guests a multi-sensory and delicious experience.
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Join Yelp and Miry’s List at the iconic SkySpace LA for an all-aged evening of thrills and deliciousness for your favorite cause. OUE Skyspace is California's Tallest Open-Air Observation Deck with a Glass Slide. This event is free and open to the public.
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You are invited to join Cool Shul for family-friendly High Holy Days services in Woodland Hall at Temescal Gateway Park. Cool Shul services are extremely musical, casual and full of meaning - but not so long that you start looking at your watch! Child care is available for little ones. Wherever you are on your religious journey, we will meet you there. This is reorganized religion.
We’re partnering with Kitchen Table App for this intimate cooking class where participants will get to learn tradition Syrian dishes, meet a new arrival neighbor, and learn about how we can make Los Angeles the most welcoming city in the country!
New Arrival Festival is a an open-to-the-public event on 6/28 5-8pm at the historic Pico House in downtown. Learn what it feels like to resettle here in the City of Angels and to connect with your new neighbors through food, music, and storytelling. Guests will get access to tangible actions that anyone can take to make Los Angeles a more welcoming place for all.
New Arrival Month is about connecting with our neighbors and welcoming new Angelenos to our city! One of the best ways to get to know someone is around a table of delicious food! A group of 100 invited guests will gather in Beverly Hills for traditional Syrian fare prepared by a New Arrival Supper Club chef who has recently resettled in CA.
Guests will dine on classic Syrian fare and meet individuals from Syria and Afghanistan enrolled in the Miry's List program who have recently resettled in America as refugees.
This private event is sponsored by Participant Media, as part of it's mission to engage people to participate in positive social change and supporting individuals and families experiencing resettlement in America.
The best way to get to know someone is to sit around a table of delicious food and break bread! A group of 50 invited guests will gather in Beverly Hills for traditional Syrian fare prepared by a New Arrival Supper Club chef who has recently resettled in CA.
Guests will experience a classic Syrian buffet lunch, meet individuals from Syria and Afghanistan who have recently resettled in America as refugees, and learn how they can help make Los Angeles a more welcoming place for all.
This event is in partnership with the CAA foundation as part of its mission to harness the power and reach of the entertainment industry to create positive social change.
After a year of attacks on the U.S. refugee program, the number of refugees entering the country has dramatically slowed. At a time of unprecedented global need, the U.S. is failing to meet a basic obligation to victims of war, terror, torture, and persecution. In response, a coalition of Jewish congregations and organizations have come together with HIAS to hold a community-wide Jews For Refugees Assembly.
We are proud to be offering delicious Syrian fare from New Arrival Supper Club, featuring new arrival chefs from resettled families in the Miry's List program, and Miry will be speaking at the event as well.
Celebrate Valentines Day with Miry's List and New Arrival Supper Club with a traditional Syrian dinner prepared with love by new arrival chefs, the Kanjo family of Syria.
New Arrival Supper Club is a program of Miry's List. We offer culinary experiences curated by New Arrival families from Syria, Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq. Hundreds of people have attended our events since we piloted on Valentines Day 2017.
To participate in Friendsgiving with Miry's List, the supper club is throwing its own event, catered by the Ahmadzai family of Afghanistan. You can get tickets to the dinner, which will take place on November 18th, here.
If you are not able to attend the event, but would like to support our mission to uplift and welcome our new neighbors, please donate on our Friendsgiving with Miry's List page.
Join us for our fifth New Arrival Supper Club event at Zweet Cafe in Eagle Rock on Sunday August 13th from 5pm-8pm for a delicious Sunday Supper.
Our chefs for the event are the Kanjo family. They arrived here from Syria 11 months ago. Maaysa and Abdul really miss their family, especially their parents and siblings. Abdul was a barber in Syria, and eventually, they'd love to open a salon. They are also incredibly talented cooks and are working hard to open their own catering company.
Join us for our next New Arrival Supper Club event in El Cajon on May 20th from 12-2pm for a lovely picnic in the park. (Co-hosted with Miry's List).
The event will feature foods from 6 local El Cajon families, all of whom arrived here less than a year ago from Syria (Damascus, Homs, and Aleppo) They will be preparing us a delicious Syrian feast!
You asked, we listened! New Arrival Supper Club is hosting our 1st family friendly event.
This 3rd installment in the New Arrival series features the traditional foods of Homs, Syria. We are bringing back our chefs from our debut Valentines dinner but this time they're preparing an extravagant family lunch!
This mom and dad moved to Los Angeles with their twin 6 year old daughters and their now 18 month old baby, in June 2016. They fled Homs, Syria in 2012 after their family home was destroyed and spent four years in Jordan before being awarded resettlement in the US.
They are talented cooks and they'll be offering delicious lunch fare in a family friendly environment.
Lunch will be 11am-1pm on Sunday April 2nd in a private residence in Atwater Village. We will have fun lawn games to keep the kids entertained and an amazing Israeli DJ playing middle eastern tunes for a fun afternoon in the sun.
Your support of New Arrival Supper Club gives Najwa and her family the ability to share this most wonderful part of Syrian culture with you while giving them a meaningful and fun way to earn money.
We are offering kids aged 2-12 tickets at $25 and adult tickets in three levels: EAT, GIVE and LOVE.
EAT ($50) gets you delicious food, coffee and tea made by our family! A portion of the ticket price goes towards the cost of supplies and food for the event, and 10% to Miry's List (www.miryslist.org). Everything else goes to the family.
GIVE ($75) gets you all the delicious food mentioned above, plus you'll be donating an additional $25 directly to our family.
LOVE ($100) will get you the delicious food, plus you'll be donating an additional $50 directly to our family.
Tickets are on sale now at brown paper tickets
A big thank you to Sir Michaels Rentals of Eagle Rock for providing us the rentals for this event. Wonderful locally owned business.
Miry's List is proud to present the 2nd event of our New Arrival Supper Club series featuring two families from Homs, Syria.
Our resident chefs are Ahmad's family and Rami's family. Both families have resettled in El Cajon in San Diego county.
Ahmad's family came here in September of 2016. They are a mom, dad and four kids. The mom is an impressive chef with catering experience and the dad is an accomplished baker.
Rami's family arrived in May of 2016. They are a mom, dad and three kids.
Held on Sunday March 5th, we will offer two seatings. 2-4pm and 5-7pm. Tickets cost $40 and include one drink from the bar. This event is casual, come anytime between 2 and 4 or 5 and 7, depending on the ticket you've bought!
Your support of the Supper Club allows these families the ability to share their culture and story in addition to providing much needed financial support.
**fine print** please ask the bartender which drinks are included with the ticket price. Gratuity to the bar staff is not included with the ticket price.
There will be a limited number of tickets for sale at the door.
This event covered on NBC Nightly News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spYxjvwtmv4
Inspired by the Syrian Supper Club featured on NPR, we are excited to announce that the first New Arrivals Supper Club LA Dinner will take place on February 14th, 2017.
Dinner will be prepared by a local Syrian refugee, Najwa, who immigrated to the United States in 2016. Najwa is a mother of three: a one year old son and six year-old twin girls. Najwa is an excellent cook and is excited to show off her talents! The al fresco meal will be prepared family style, and wine is included in the ticket price. We will be updating this page with menu items later. *If you have specific dietary requests, please email us and we will do our best to accommodate them.