Purim is coming! Join us at 6pm on Monday March 9 to celebrate.
Come in costume — or augment your regular clothes with costume pieces from Jane Shiyah’s costume box!
Enjoy desserts — and hey, let us know if you want to contribute to our dessert buffet!
Dress like someone you’re not — try on a different persona for the night!
Laugh at our Purim play — and applaud our troupe of community Purim players!
Hear some of the megillah aloud — fulfilling one of the mitzvot of Purim!
Donate to our community tzedakah box — fulfilling another of the mitzvot of Purim!
Eat hamentaschen — or other tasty foods on our dessert buffet!
Toast to joy and gladness — the megillah says Purim is a day of joy and gladness, uprightness and honor, for the Jewish people for all time!
Revel in the full moon — This is the middle holiday of three full-moon celebrations (Tu BiShvat, Purim, Pesach): stepping stones to the coming spring.
Come together in community! Be merry! May our Purim be sweet!
What to expect at Purim this year: We’re not going to transform the shul into a new space this year as we’ve done the last few years (though we tender our deepest thanks to Jen Burt and her family for that amazing work in years past!) This year we’re planning a simpler celebration, focusing on the Purim story and on the sweetness of our togetherness. We’ll have a Purim spiel (play) that tells the Purim story, and a dessert buffet featuring hamentaschen and other tasty treats. For toasting purposes, we’ll have etrogcello on hand for those who are so inclined, as well as juice and seltzer for all ages.
Photo credit: Len Radin.