The class will be 3 PM – 5:45 PM at the PJCC in Foster City. The PJCC is hosting the class, but you do not need to be a member of the PJCC or any Jewish organization to attend.
Over the course of the class, new and expectant parents will have an opportunity to learn and ask questions about rituals during labor and delivery, choosing a Hebrew name, bris, naming and welcoming ceremonies, Jewish perspectives on parenting and more.
Registration is required and open until November 17. Register today!
The price is $36 per couple or $18 per individual which includes kosher vegetarian snacks and desserts and all materials.
This class will be facilitated by JBN Director Carol Booth and PJCC Family Educator Jeni Clancy along with local Peninsula rabbis. Become informed and make friends.
If you are interested in learning more, connect with the Jewish Baby Network or contact Director Carol Booth at email@example.com.
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Who: Jewish Birth Prep Workshop is open to new and expectant parents who are interested in learning more about Jewish themes related to birth, welcoming ceremonies, and parenting.
What: Class is $36 per couple/$18 per individual and includes a kosher snacks and desserts and all materials.
When: Nov 17, 2019
Where: PJCC, 800 Foster City Blvd, Foster City, CA 94404
PJCC membership not required to attend.
Why: Prepare for baby, learn about Jewish parenting, and make friends.