PJ Library Get Togethers
PJ Library Get Togethers are an awesome opportunity to celebrate Jewish life and holidays with 2 or more other families raising Jewish children. Find out more information at pjlibrary.org/gettogether. Applications close April 30, 2020.
To find out more and to apply for a Get Together go to: http://pjlibrary.org/GetTogether
A Community-Wide Event!
Join us for a FREE joyous, participatory, and multi-sensory celebration! A kid-friendly mac n’ cheese dinner, Sukkot blessings, Sukkot crafting, inflatables, games, Apple Slice Bar, Wild West Promotions & Congregation Or Chadash’s Fun Photo Booth, potato sack races, wagon rides, and MORE!
Please bring canned tuna and peanut butter for Jewish Family & Children’s Services.
RSVP by October 10 http://www.jfsa.org/pjsukkot2019
Questions: Mary Ellen, 647-8443 or [email protected]
We’ll welcome Shabbat with rhythm — pick up a percussive instrument and get into the ruach (spirit) — movement and song, followed by Shabbat dinner in CAI’s sukkah, and Open Lounge in the Linda Roy Youth Center with games and fun! Dinner $25 per family (two adults & up to 4 children) for CAI members; guest family $30; adults (13+) $10 per person. RSVP needed for dinner only by Oct. 16.
Beth Shalom & PJ Library Present
TOT SHABBAT AT BET SHALOM with Lisa Schacter-Brooks
Come dance, sing and pray with puppets, scarves, and stories! Featuring PJ library books and other interactive activities for children newborn to 5 years old & their parents.
FREE! Saturday mornings at 10:30 am in the CBS Midrash
S’mores & Elephants in the Sukkah
Join us for a joyful Sukkot! We’ll have potluck dinner, Havdalah & S’mores at the east side home of Goldie & Larry Goldstein (address will be given upon RSVP).
Programming includes singing with Cantor Janece cohen and story time with Rabbi Thomas Louchheim.
RSVP to Congregation Or Chadash 512-8500
Learn the basics of Judaism, and explore the central books of Jewish tradition, including the Torah, Prophets, Writings, Mishna, Gemara, Midrash, Codes and Liturgy.
This Congregation Beit Simch class is a required course for all who are considering converting to Judaism.
Available by phone and online video in realtime. Introductory Judaism begins January 20th and continues through May 19th, then resumes September 8th through December 15th.
Let’s celebrate falling into the New Year with a family trip to the Marana Pumpkin Patch! Enjoy tractor rides, a jumping pillow, petting zoo, and much more! It’s sure to be a festive afternoon for both kids and parents!
Sunday, October 20, 2019
2:00pm (please meet at the front entrance)
Marana Pumpkin Patch
14901 N. Wentz Road
RSVP to www.jfsa.org/nwpumpkinpatch so we know how many families to expect.
Join us as we make new friends and enjoy the outdoors!