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Purim Celebration 2020

A Night at the Movies
Purim Celebration & Megillah Reading
Monday, March 9


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Families with Children Ages 8 and Under
5:30 PM -
 Food* and carnival games
6:30 PM - Kid-friendly Megillah experience

Everyone Ages 9 and Over
6:30 PM -
 Food* and carnival games
7:30 PM - Megillah reading and Shpiel (parody sketch)
8:30 PM - Dessert, open bar and Sisterhood Mah Jongg for adults

Costume Contest: Dress up in your favorite Purim costume to participate in the costume contest!

*Food will be available for purchase.


Sending Mishloach Manot

Sending food gifts to friends and family is one of the four Mitzvot performed on Purim. Through this project, you can participate in the sending of a beautiful gift basket to your friends and family for Purim. The order deadline is Monday, March 2. Mishloach Manot baskets will be available for pickup during the Purim Party! Click here to login and place your order!


Interested in volunteering? Volunteers will assist with check-in, act as greeters and help run carnival games for children age 3-13. Please click here to sign up for your desired volunteer shift. Every volunteer will receive a meal voucher to use at the Purim Party! Volunteers must be at least 14 years old.


Purim Day Schedule
Tuesday, March 10


6:40 AM - Morning minyan and Megillah reading
11:15 AM - Late morning Megillah reading
12:00 PM - Laugh and Learn Purim Feast - $6 for lunch and drinks
6:15 PM - Mincha service


4 Mitzvot of Purim
 
Reading the Megillah: Join us to hear the Megillah. The Megillah, “The Book of Esther,” is the scroll that tells the Purim story. When Haman’s name is mentioned, you can twirl graggers (noisemakers) or stamp your feet to eradicate his evil name. Tell your kids that Purim is the only time when it’s a mitzvah to make noise! The Megillah is read from a handwritten parchment scroll, using an age-old tune.
 
Sending Mishloach Manot: 
Sending food gifts to friends and family is one of the four Mitzvot performed on Purim. Through this project, you can participate in the sending of a beautiful gift basket to your friends and family for Purim.
 
Feasting at the Seuda: Continue the joy on Purim day with the Purim Seuda, a festive meal. On Tuesday, March 10 after the late-riser's Megillah reading, join Rabbi Heller at 12:00 PM for "Laugh and Learn" where we will eat, drink and be merry!
 
Giving Matanot L'evyonim: How can we celebrate when others are hungry? At all of our Purim events, be sure to bring cash or a check for Matanot L'evyonim, donations for the poor.

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