Wednesday, April 8, 2020


12 pm
1 event

Tot Passover Celebration

Location: Virtual

From: 12:00 pm - 12:45pm

Details:

Celebrate Passover with singing, dancing, puppets, and more. Led by Shira Kobren Wasserman, this celebration is for all families with children ages 0–2.

To receive the Zoom link information for this event, please email Kazue Thomas at [email protected]

 

4 pm
1 event

Seder Option 1: Short and Sweet (Early Childhood Family Seder)

Location: Virtual

From: 4:30 pm - 5:30pm

Details:

Join Shira Kobren Wasserman and your Central clergy for a bite-size seder perfect for families with kids ages 5 and under. We will hit all the highlights, sing your favorite songs, and find the afikoman in an hour or less and then send families off to have dinner.

This seder is open to members only and you should have received details by email. If you signed up for this seder and have questions or need the Zoom link information, please contact [email protected].

 

5 pm
1 event

Seder Option 2: A Family Affair (Elementary School Family Seder)

Location: Virtual

From: 5:30 pm - 6:30pm

Details:

Join your Central clergy and families with kids in grades K-6 for a seder where we will sing, celebrate, and hit all the seder highlights. We will have about an hour long seder, followed by dinner in breakout rooms with your friends and families (and fellow members), and get back together for the end of the seder. Who will find the afikomen? Can we find the youngest child to ask the four questions, even over Zoom? Why is this night different from all other nights? Find out all this and more as we celebrate Passover at a seder unlike any other.

This seder is open to members only and you should have received details by email. If you signed up for this seder and have questions or need the Zoom link information, please contact [email protected].

 

6 pm
1 event

Seder Option 3: All the Trimmings (For older children and adults)

Location: Virtual

From: 6:00 pm - 8:00pm

Details:

Why ask only four questions, when there’s so much more to explore? Join your Central clergy and other members for two hours of conversation, singing, reclining, and storytelling that will make the Haggadah come alive. We will start the seder together, followed by dinner at your virtual “tables” with your friends and families (and fellow members), and then we will come back together for more fun (and the fourth cup).

This seder is available to members via Zoom and for the general public via our Facebook page and website livestreaming service. Members, you should have received details by email. If you signed up for this seder and have questions or need the Zoom link information, please contact [email protected].

 

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