5779 has an extra Adar, so why not two Purim celebrations?
On Thursday evening, join us this year for a bonus megillah reading and celebration. Families are invited at 5:00 PM to a Purim seudah, the traditional feast, followed by a community megillah reading at 6:00 PM. Make sure to come in your best costume–we’ll be judging them in our annual contest! Stick around after the megillah reading for more celebration, including Israeli dancing and all the hamantaschen you can eat! This year, you can get your partying in and still make bed time!
At all Purim celebrations, please bring a noisy, boxed, non-perishable food item, such as pasta, rice, or cereal to use as your grogger. These items will be donated to a local food bank.
Register by Friday, March 15 for the dinner below.