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Introducing Mini Menshes for Pre-K Families

Begin your child’s Jewish journey in a meaningful, joyful way. Explore the order and beauty of Jewish time and holidays while meeting other families with young children.

Mini Menshes is a once-a-month Sunday morning program held at Congregation Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road, from 8:45-11 AM for at least one parent to attend with their child (or children) ages 2 ½-5.

Starting Sunday, September 11th, this program is open to everyone. Membership at Congregation Har Hashem is not required to participate.

Each session will include a light breakfast, mingling, attending the schoolwide music service together, and a hands-on activity. Popular and experienced early childhood educators Leah Boonin and Caroline Saliman will open young minds and hearts to Judaism and Jewish community through a program filled with music, stories, movement, cooking, and games.

Two 4-Session Semesters Offered
Fall Semester: Sept. 11, Oct. 2, Oct. 23, and Dec. 11
Spring Semester: Jan. 22, Feb. 26, Mar. 11, and Apr. 22

This program qualifies for 50% off with a MazelTot discount for eligible families. Visit www.Mazeltot.org for information and to register.

$60 per semester or $100 for both semesters for Har HaShem member families. $30 or $50 with a MazelTot discount!
$70 per semester or $118 for both semesters for non-member families. $35 or $59 with a MazelTot discount!

If not registering for the MazelTot discount, register through Har HaShem online by September 6th. For information, contact school@harhashem.org or (303) 499-7077 ext. 14.

Families are welcome to bring siblings, however there will not be additional programming offered for other ages or babysitting.

This program is filling up fast, so act quickly to reserve your space!

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