This year’s theme is The Happiest Purim on Earth!

The story of Purim is found in the Book of Esther, one of the books in the Ketuvim section of the Bible. It is set in the land of Persia (current day Iran) at the time when Ahashverosh (Ahasuerus) was king. King Ahashverosh held a banquet in the capital city of Shushan and ordered his queen, Vashti, to come and dance before his guests. She refused to appear and lost her royal position. Read more about Purim at the URJ…

Upcoming Events

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Sunday, March 17 from 12-3

Connect with old friends and meet new ones as we enjoy this festive holiday together. Featuring games, attractions, face painting, food trucks, a costume parade, and more!

This year, our Pop Up Choir will present a special Disney-themed performance to help us tell the story of Purim. Come dressed as your favorite Disney character, or in any costume you like!

12:15 PM – Purim Singalong with Mr. Bornstein
1:00 PM – Pop Up Choir Purim Show
1:30 PM – Costume Parade
2:00 PM – Relay Race with Weekend PE

Purchase a wristband and get full access to all entertainment and attractions. $20 in advance for children ages 3-17, $30 at the door. Free for adults and children under 3.

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After Dark

Saturday, March 23 7 PM

Join us for Megillah Reading, Live Music, Israeli Wine Tasting Demo Noshes and Hamantaschen. Costumes Encouraged! Free of charge with RSVP.