Babies and Buddies: Fun and Meaningful Family Program

Babies and Buddies is a welcoming and engaging program for kids 0 – 5 and their parents. We gather to enjoy Jewish song, stories, food and hands-on activities together, nurturing Jewish identity. Parent discussions are on a variety of topics, including the deeper meanings of Jewish spiritual practices and holidays and Jewish perspectives on parenting. We also share ideas on how to incorporate Jewish practice into our busy lives.

Come to our Purim gathering March 20 and find out why Purim is not just for kids! We’ll talk about the mystical significance of Purim and what it can mean in our lives today. Our children will have a great time dressing up and taking part in a Purim parade to live musical accompaniment, in addition to stories, songs, and more.

All levels of observance, interfaith families, and different lifestyles are honored. Join us and meet other families of young children! The fee is $10 per session. Sign up through www.Mazeltot.org for a discount.

Classes are held at Nevei Kodesh, 3269 28th St., monthly on Sundays, 10:30 – noon, March 20, 2011; Apr. 10, 2011; May 22, 2011; June 19. 2011; July 10, 2011; Aug. 14, 2011; Sept. 18, 2011.

Babies and Buddies is led by Patrice Spitz, Rabbinic Pastor student and mother of two. For info, contact patricespitz@yahoo.com or call Patrice at 303-459-4521.

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About Patrice Spitz

Patrice Spitz is a Rabbinic Pastor student in the Aleph seminary and mother of two. She loves to share a Judaism that is accessible, joyful, and nurturing for adults and kids of all ages.

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