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Young Families: Get Ready for Passover with Har HaShem

Calling all kids ages 2-7 for a fun Saturday activity! Now that Purim is over, check out Shabbat Mishpacha’s early Passover celebration this Saturday, March 17th from 10:30 am – noon in the South Building at Congregation Har HaShem in Boulder.

Led by Marcia Seigal, Shabbat Mishpacha is an innovative Saturday morning program with age-appropriate activities for children. Geared for preschoolers through first graders and their families, everyone will enjoy celebrating Shabbat together with music, art, challah, and more!

Sponsored by Congregation Har HaShem, Shabbat Mishpacha is open to the community. There is no cost to attend, and siblings of any age are welcome.

Bring a little Shabbat Mishpacha Music home with you too! A Shabbat Mishpacha CD is now available!

Har HaShem is located at 3950 Baseline Road in Boulder, half mile west of Foothills Parkway just past Meadowbrook Drive. Head to the far end of the parking lot where there is a building with a playground on the far right; that’s the South Building.

For information or to RSVP, contact shabbatmish@congregationharhashem.org or (303)499-7077 ext. 14.

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