Family Holiday and Shabbat Celebrations

Purim Palooza Costume Party!

With Jewish Baby Network, Beth Am, and PJ Library

Sunday, March 17, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Congregation Beth Am, Beit Kehillah, Lower Campus

*Costumes*   *Interactive Purim Story*   *Songs and Guitar* *Crafts*   *Purim Snacks*   *Playtime* *Goody Bags*   *Professional quality photo booth and pictures*

Come in costumes (parents and kids), and don’t forget your camera! We will also have a professional quality photo booth set up for great family pictures!

This free event is fun for the whole family! Every family receives a Purim themed goody bag!

Rabbi Heath is bringing his guitar for a great Purim song session! Boo Haman during our tot-friendly version of the Purim story. Listen to a PJ Library Purim story, decorate a Purim mask or mishloach manot, and of course, eat hamantaschen!

We will have teens to help with the activities and older siblings so you can relax and enjoy the party. JBN welcomes everyone, including unaffiliated, interfaith, single parent, and LGBTQ families.

Beth Am is graciously hosting our event, but you do not need to be a member of Beth Am or anywhere else to attend. Invite your friends!

This event is free, but please consider bringing a $10 donation with you to support the wonderful programs of JBN and PJCC. No RSVP required.

Location: Congregation Beth Am, 26790 Arastradero Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

Visit for more information!  Questions Day Of? Call Carol at 650-388-8089.

Cosponsored by Congregations Beth Am, Kol Emeth, Beth Jacob, and the PJCC.
This program is possible in part due to a grant from the Leslie Family Foundation.
Major Funding provided by Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.



More Upcoming Events

Jewish Birth and Baby Naming Class: Next class will be May 19, 2019. Check back for more details!

Monthly Family Fun Time for kids newborn – 3 years and their parents: click here.

Newborn Playgroup for parents and newborns: click here.

To get up to date information on our events please be sure to register for the Jewish Baby Network by clicking here.

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