Tot Shabbat and Field Trip at Har HaShem

Congregation Har HaShem has two programs coming up for families with young kids on Friday, December 7th and Saturday, December 15th.

Friday evening Tot Shabbat will be led by clergy on December 7th at 6 PM in the North Building Sanctuary. This warm and spirited Shabbat celebration is not just for tots. Children ages seven years and younger and their parents, grandparents and older siblings are invited and encouraged to attend. Join us for this family-friendly service with singing, engaging prayers and child-friendly teachings. It’s free and open to everyone. No RSVP is necessary.

Then, on Saturday, December 15th from 10 AM to noon, Mishpacha (Family) Adventures plans a Swinging Shabbat Morning at Monkey Bizness in the Orchard Town Center, 14693 Orchard Parkway, Westminster.

Children will engage in an innovative, creative, and fun environment spending the morning playing and praying together at this awesome kids wonderland. The cost is $8 per child over age 1; $5 per child for crawlers between 6 months & 1 year; and infants and parents are FREE. Pay at the door, but please register online HERE.

Mishpacha Adventures is for families with children preschool-1st grade (and their siblings too). Taking tiyuls (trips) around town, create Jewish experiences and memories for your family!

For more information, please contact Mishpacha Adventures Coordinator, Marcia Seigal at m.seigal@harhashem.org or call (303) 499-7077 ext. 14.

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