Mini Mensches Registration Open – Discount for First 10 Families

Begin your child’s Jewish journey in a meaningful, joyful way. Explore the order and beauty of Jewish time and holidays while meeting other families with young children. Mini Mensches is Congregation Har HaShem’s once-a-month Sunday morning program from 9:00-11:00 am for at least one parent to attend with their child (or children) ages 2 ½-5 (pre-kindergarten). Each session includes mingling, attending the school-wide music service together, and a hands-on activity. Popular and experienced early childhood educators Leah Boonin and Caroline Saliman will open young minds and hearts to Judaism and Jewish community through this program filled with music, stories, movement, cooking, and games.

MazelTogether is sponsoring this program by offering a $30 discount to the first 10 families to sign up. MazelTogether is a community hub where you can go to find out about all of the upcoming events in the Denver/Boulder communities for both couples and young families with children up to the age of 8. MazelTogether empowers and supports members of the community to host their own peer-to-peer events and provides micro-grants to make these events possible.

Click here for dates and cost information: https://harhashem.wufoo.com/forms/20172018-mini-mensches/

For questions about Mini Mensches, contact camp@harhashem.org or call (303) 499-7077. Families are welcome to bring siblings, however there will not be additional programming offered for other ages or babysitting.

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