Shabbat for Young Children at Longmont Tea House

Har_HaShem_star_plus_wordsStep back in time and dress up, drink tea, and eat yummy treats at the best tea house around with Congregation Har HaShem’s Mishpacha Adventures on Saturday, February 22nd from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.

Mishpacha Adventures coordinator, Marci Seigal adds, “We will celebrate Shabbat afternoon and learn about Seudat Shlishit (the “extra” meal on Shabbat), sing, and maybe even hear a story or two.”

The historic Thompson Tea House and Inn is located at 537 Terry Street in Longmont.

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 Dinner after Tot Shabbat Services on April 4th and Kabbalat Shabbat at Sunflower Farms on June 6th.

Register for Shabbat Afternoon at Thompson Tea House online HERE.

For more information about Mishpacha Adventures, click HERE or contact coordinator, Marcia Seigal at m.seigal@harhashem.org or call (303) 499-7077.

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