Join Shabbat Mishpacha on a WOW! Field Trip

Bring your whole family on this fun Shabbat field trip led by Marcia Seigal with special guest Har HaShem Cantorial Soloist Holli Berman.

Shabbat Mishpacha will travel to the WOW! Children’s Museum in Lafayette on Saturday, January 21st from 10:00 am – noon. Admission is $5.50 per family at the door, or free with a WOW! Children’s Museum membership. This event is also free for qualified families registered for MazelTot at www.MazelTot.org.

Sponsored by Congregation Har HaShem, Shabbat Mishpacha is an innovative Saturday morning program followed by 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! All Shabbat Mishpacha programming is open to the community and siblings of any age are welcome.

The WOW! Children’s Museum is located at 110 North Harrison Avenue in Lafayette, one block east of Public Road and one block south of Baseline Road. Please RSVP with the number of children attending from your family by Wednesday, January 18th to (303) 499-7077, ext. 14 or shabbatmish@congregationharhashem.org.

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