Free Tot Shabbat This Saturday

Please join us at Congregation Bonai Shalom this Shabbat, January 28, at 11:00 am for a tot Shabbat experience, a fabulous way to celebrate Shabbat together with your young children. We sing, dance, tell stories and enjoy Shabbat together in this innovative parent-led program. Geared towards children under the age of 5 and their parents, Shabbat Shelanu is open to the community and there is no cost to attend. Families, friends, visiting relatives, and siblings of all ages are welcome!

The dates for winter/spring 2012 are:
January 28th
February 11th & 25th
March 10th & 24th
April 14th & 28th
May 12th & 26th

Bonai Shalom is located at 1527 Cherryvale Road, just south of Arapahoe. If you have any questions, please email shelanu@bonaishalom.org.

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