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Come to play! on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Grandrabbit's and let your kids learn about the holiday of Tu B'Shevat, the birthday of the trees.

Kids: Celebrate the Birthday of Trees at Grandrabbit’s

Come to play! on Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Monday, January 20th from 10:00 am to noon – at Grandrabbit’s and let your kids jump, run, explore, imagine, laugh, and be free! We’ll also learn about the holiday of Tu B’Shevat, the birthday of the trees.

This program is for families with children ages 6 months to 5.5 years and is a joint venture between Congregation Har HaShem, the Boulder JCC Preschool, and Congregation Bonai Shalom. Cost is $7 for the first child from each family, and $5 for each additional sibling. Adults are free. RSVP by January 17th HERE.

Grandrabbit’s is located at 2525 Arapahoe Avenue in Boulder.

Congregation Har HaShem‘s Mishpacha (Family) Adventures is for families with children preschool-1st grade (and their siblings too). Take tiyuls (trips) around town, create Jewish experiences and memories for your family! Upcoming adventures include Shabbat Afternoon at the Thompson Tea House; Shabbat Dinner after Tot Shabbat Services; and Kabbalat Shabbat at Sunflower Farms.

For more information, please contact Mishpacha Adventures Coordinator, Marcia Seigal at m.seigal@harhashem.org or call (303) 499-7077 ext. 13.

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