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Celebrate Israel Week

Time: May 2, 2017 at 6pm to May 7, 2017 at 9pm
Location: Congregation B'nai Jacob
Street: 75 Rimmon Rd.
City/Town: Woodbridge
Website or Map: https://www.jccnh.org/rsvp
Phone: JCC of Greater New Haven
Event Type: family
Organized By: Marketing Manager
Latest Activity: May 1, 2017

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Celebrate Israel Week

May 2, 2017 - May 7, 2017

 

Tuesday, May 2: Family Cooking Night

6-8 PM

All Ages

 

Congregation B'nai Jacob

75 Rimmon Rd. Woodbridge, CT 06525

 

Celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel's Independence Day) by preparing and enjoying a delicious Israeli dinner. Afterward, our Emissaries, Raz and Yotam, will lead Israeli games. Families and children of all ages are welcome.

 

Child + Adult: $15 / +$5 Additional Child

Please RSVP: www.jccnh.org/rsvp

Contact: Eliana Sugarman (203) 387-2424 ext. 306

 

 

Friday, May 5: PJ Library Shabbat

10:30-11:30 PM

Ages 2-6 With Adult

 

Temple Beth David

3 Main St. Cheshire, CT 06410

 

Enjoy bringing in Shabbat Israeli style with a story, songs and craft from Israel! Special treat of Israeli snacks and Challah tasting!

 

FREE and open to the community!

Please RSVP: www.jccnh.org/rsvp

Contact: Eliana Sugarman (203) 387-2424 ext. 306

 

 

Friday, May 5: Musical Shabbat

3:30-4:30 PM

Ages 4+ With Adult

 

Congregation B'nai Jacob

75 Rimmon Rd. Woodbridge, CT 06525

 

Join PJ Library, Yeladim, JCC Afterschool, B'nai Jacob and Ezra Academy friends to celebrate an Israeli Harmonium, Israeli flags and dancing, and snacks with Revi Bellin.

 

FREE and open to the community!

Please RSVP: www.jccnh.org/rsvp

Contact: Eliana Sugarman (203) 387-2424 ext. 306

 

 

Sunday, May 7: Wine & Dine Israeli Cooking Night

7-9 PM

Adults

 

Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel

85 Harrison St. New Haven, 06515

 

Spend your Sunday evening Wining and Dining- Israeli Style! Join us for an evening of Israeli cooking with Chef Sahar from the MILLA Project, followed by an Israeli wine tasting with three of Westville's best sommeliers. Bottles available for order.

 

$20/Person: Cooking Class at 7 PM (Includes Wine Tasting)

$10/Person: Wine & Schmooze at 8 PM (Wine Tasting Only)

Please RSVP: www.jccnh.org/rsvp

Contact: Eliana Sugarman (203) 387-2424 ext. 306

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