PJ Library Bedtime Party

Join the BJCC Library and Nevei Kodesh for a PJ Library Party on Wednesday, May 12 at the BJCC.  This Bedtime Party, for kids in preschool through first grade will be led by guest Jodi Basch, Director of Nevei Kodesh Religious School and will run from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

We all have our own bedtime rituals, but did you know that there is a Jewish bedtime ritual called the Bedtime Sh’ma? The Bedtime Sh’ma reassures us that today is complete and that tomorrow will bring a fresh new start for everyone. Come and learn the Sh’ma and then decorate and take home a personalized Shema pillowcase.

The cost of the event is $8 per family, and the registration deadline is Friday, May 7.  Register for this fun event here.

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