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Temple Sholom

300 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830
203-869-7191 • Fax: 203-661-4811 • info@templesholom.com

Purim 2020

Purim Festivities for all ages

Open to the community

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Purim Carnival

Sunday, March 8, 11:45 am–1:00 pm
Join us for mystical Frozen Purim Carnival. Games, prizes, hamantaschen and fun for all ages! Tickets are required and can be bought in advance. Prices are $18 for one child; $36 for two or more children, if bought prior to Friday, March 6 at 4:00 pm. At the door the price is $25 for one child; $50 for two or more children. Parents enter free.

 

Temple Sholom Synagogue Greenwich CT Purim

Purim Puppet Show

Monday March 9, 5:30–6:00 pm
Rabbi Chaya, Cantor Sandy and Mr. Dave will put on a short purim puppet show for children kindergarten and younger. Free and open to the community. If older siblings want to attend there will be greeting card making station for Purim notes to go with misloach manot.

Temple Sholom Synagogue Greenwich CT Purim

Pizza and Hamantaschen Bake

Monday, March 9, 6:15 pm–7:00 pm
Enjoy a pizza dinner while trying your skills at baking traditional Purim cookies, called Hamantaschen. Please rsvp so we know how much pizza and supplies to order. For more information or to rsvp, contact Alice Schoen at alice.schoen@templesholom.com.

Temple Sholom Synagogue Greenwich CT

Family Abbreviated Purim Story “Not the Whole Megillah”

Monday, March 9, 7:00 pm–7:30 pm
Join us for song and story featuring YOUR CHILDREN. All of the TSLC students have learned special songs for this abbreviated Purim story. Consider bringing an unopened box of pasta as your grogger. We will then donate the pasta to the food pantry at Neighbor to Neighbor, thereby fulfilling the mitzvah of gifts to the poor. Join us for “mocktails”, cocktails and dessert following.

Traditional Megillah Reading

Monday, March 9
7:30 pm Bar & Snacks
8:00 pm Ma’ariv & Megillah Reading

Rabbi Chaya, Cantor Sandy and Ezra Konigsberg will read the full traditional Megillah. Come first for snacks and spirits. Consider bringing a box of unopened pasta as your grogger that we can then donate to Neighbor to Neighbor, thereby fulfilling the mitzvah of gifts to the poor.

Sun, July 5 2020 13 Tammuz 5780