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Jewish Center of the Hamptons
Phone
631-324-9858
Email
Website
Location

The Clubhouse, 174 Daniels Hole Road, East Hampton, NY

Date

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Time

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

JCOH Members Free | Non-Member $10

Age

Family

JCOH Hosts Children’s Purim Party at The Clubhouse

If there was a contest for Jewish holidays, Purim would win the prize for most fun and kid-friendly! Don’t miss this magical day where kids and grown-ups alike dress in costume, with a carnival feel that include games, prizes and eating plenty of hamantaschen cookies. Purim celebrates the miracle in which God’s presence was hidden, so people often “hide” behind costumes. Both adults and kids are encouraged to dress up.

Join the Jewish Center of the Hamptons at The Clubhouse for a kids Purim Party, led by JCOH Educational Director, Dr. Joel M. Hoffman, along with Rabbi Joshua Franklin & Cantor/Rabbi Debra Stein.

DATE: Sunday, March 8 | 10:30am to 12:00pm

LOCATION: The Clubhouse | 174 Daniels Hole Rd, East Hampton, NY

RSVP: jcoh.org/purim/

  • Come in costume!
  • Prizes will be awarded for best costume
  • Bowling and Purim celebration
  • Brunch provided
  • Free for GOJL students and members of the JCOH
  • $10 admission for others
  • Parents required to attend

JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS: WHO WE ARE

Jewish Center of the Hamptons is a post-denominational synagogue serving as the Jewish spiritual and cultural oasis on the East End of Long Island, in Manhattan, and beyond. Rooted in Torah, prayer, and acts of loving kindness, the Jewish Center of the Hamptons shares the joy of Jewish traditions and deepens our connections to a rich heritage through Jewish values and a diversity of Jewish voices. In our many avenues of learning, we seek to bring relevance and meaning to our daily lives. We are a center without walls, connected to Israel and the Jewish people wherever they might dwell. We welcome each person regardless of gender, sexual orientation, and race, embracing anyone who chooses to join us on our Jewish journey. As a socially conscious congregation, we dedicate ourselves to mitzvot, fulfilling our obligations to God, and to one another.

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