Family Holiday and Shabbat Celebrations

 

Sukkot Sing-Along Celebration!

JBN, PJCC, PTBE, and PJ Library

Sunday, September 23, 4:00 – 5:30 PM

PJCC, Foster City

*Sing-Along with Cantor Elana Jagoda*   *Dinner* *Songs* *Crafts* *Sukkah Schmoozing*     *Lulav Shaking* *Stories*

For families with babies, toddlers, and young children. Please come when you can!

Dinner for only $5 per person, children under 1 free. To pay and reserve your spot for dinner, please visit the PJCC website and click on the green “TICKETS” tab on the right.

Bring the whole family and invite your friends! We welcome everyone, including non-affiliated, interfaith, single parent, and LGBTQ families.

You do not need to be a member of PJCC, PTBE, or any organization to attend.

Location: PJCC, 800 Foster City Blvd, Foster City, CA 94404

Cosponsored by Congregations Beth Am, Kol Emeth, and Beth Jacob

 

Sukkot Celebration!

Jewish Baby Network, Kol Emeth, and PJ Library

Sunday, September 30, 10:30 AM – Noon

Booth Family Sukkah, Palo Alto

*Sukkah Schmoozing*     *Lulav Shaking* *Songs*     *Crafts*
*PJ Library Stories*    *Snacks*

Free for families that include children newborn through thirty-six months. Please come when you can!

Teens will be available to supervise older siblings, so bring the whole family and invite your friends! No RSVP necessary.

We welcome everyone, including non-affiliated, interfaith, single parent, and LGBTQ families.

This event is free, but please consider at $10 donation to support all of our wonderful programs!

Location: Sukkah of JBN Director Carol Booth and Rabbi David Booth, 768 Paul Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94306. Street Parking Available.

Cosponsored by Beth Am, Kol Emeth, Beth Jacob and PJCC.

More Upcoming Events

Jewish Birth and Baby Naming Class: Next class will be November, 2018. 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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