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Details for driving instructions are as follows :

We are so excited for the upcoming Spa for the Soul event with Montana Tucker this Sunday at the Riverside Hotel.

Las Olas Blvd will have some lanes closed for the Shamrock run so we would like to share with you the best route for you to get there on Sunday morning.

You may want to allow yourself a few extra minutes, as this may not be the same route that you would normally take.

If you are taking an Uber the updated route may not come up in their GPS and therefore you may want to direct them with the city’s instructions below.

You will be entering the Front of the Riverside Hotel on SE 4th street/  NOT on Las Olas Blvd


•    The best way to the Riverside Hotel would be to come from Davie Boulevard, turn onto SE 3rd Avenue, and turn right onto Las Olas Boulevard. You will be able to turn right onto either 6th Avenue or 8th Avenue directly if you are heading east on Las Olas Blvd. then turn onto SE 4th Street to enter the front of the hotel. From 8th Avenue you will turn right on SE 4th St., from 6th ave you will turn left on SE 4th St.
In case you are coming from the beach, guests can make a left onto A1A, left again onto Poinsettia St, and then head south on Seabreeze Blvd to return to E Las Olas Blvd.
ONE lane on Las Olas Blvd will be available in each direction.

Valet parking at a discounted rate of $8 is available for our event attendees or you can park in the garage.

The event will start at 10 am at the Skyline Terrace East on the 7th floor.
We will start with light bites, coffee & juice,  auction prizes,  and vendors.
We will then continue in the Himarshee Ballroom for Brunch and our awesome speaker.
We estimate the event to end around 1:30 pm.

If you have any questions or concerns on the day of the event you can text or WhatsApp Devorah at 7542345770

Downtown Jewish Women’s Circle Invites you to our annual

Spa for the Soul
The Pride of the Jewish Woman
Starring Montana Tucker
Sunday, March 17 2024
10:00 am |Riverside Hotel Fort Lauderdale
Brunch, Auction, Mitzvot of the Jewish Woman
IDF. Israel. Combat Antisemitism

About Montana Tucker:

With almost 14 million combined followers, across her social media platforms, the majority being the Gen Z population, award-winning actress, singer, dancer, philanthropist, and social media activist, Montana Tucker, empowers from every angle.  She has been modeling and acting since she was 9 years old. As a singer, she has had her songs featured in blockbuster movies, and as an actress, she has been in award-winning TV shows and featured in several movies, but Montana’s passion has always been to combat Anti-Semitism, as well as all forms of hate and to educate people to love others for their kind hearts and souls and not because of their color, race, sexual preference or religion. She has been honored by numerous organizations and businesses. Just recently, Magen David Adom and Hatzalah honored Montana for her continued work in helping Israel. She received special honors and awards from The National Holocaust Museum, Artists 4 Israel, Auschwitz Jewish Foundation, and International Influencer Awards, amongst many others.
Montana garnered acclaim for her educational online Docu-Series, “How To: Never Forget”.  For this project, Montana traveled to Poland with her mother, Michelle. The emotional journey culminated with a 10-part Docu-Series, that Tucker posted on her social media channels last fall. The series ends with a visit to Auschwitz, where all 4 of Montana’s great-grandparents were murdered and her grandmother Lilly survived. In April, her series was nominated for a Webby Award. Due to the series’ success, she was on Good Morning America, Extra TV, The Kelly Clarkson Show and has been interviewed by numerous International and National news outlets.  She also has been featured in Variety and Forbes.
Montana has truly become a household name in the Jewish community. She had the honor to emcee the 75th Anniversary of Israel reception with over 2000 “invite only” VIP guests and dignitaries, which was put on by Israeli Ambassador to the United States Michael Herzog.  Montana was also invited by the National Holocaust Museum in Washington, to attend as a VIP guest at the Capitol Building to honor Holocaust survivors and the liberators of the Holocaust. Later in the evening, Montana was a guest speaker at the VIP reception for the 30th Anniversary of the US Holocaust Museum.  She most recently headlined the March for Israel Rally in Washington DC, and was the guest speaker for the National Menorah Lighting in Washington this past Hanukkah. This past December, Montana also went to Israel and met with President Herzog, as well as released hostages, survivors of Nova Music Festival, and survivors of the kibbutzes. She also was given a private tour of kibbutz Kafar Azar, which was brutally attacked by the terrorist group, Hamas.
Montana gained additional fame, when she wore on the red carpet, at the 2024 Grammys, a corset gown adorned with an oversized yellow ribbon, emblazoned with “Bring Them Home.”
Montana continues to be one of the strongest voices and leaders to combat Anti-Semitism that reaches our Gen Z population.