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PURIM EVE: Musical Havdalah & Megillah Reading

Celebrate Purim joyously with Makom! Co-presented with the Kiever Synagogue.

Saturday, March 11, 8pm @ The Kiever Synagogue25 Bellevue Ave

Don’t forget to come in costume!

Musician? Bring your instrument to play for Havdalah.

8pm       Doors Open

8:15        Musical Havdalah – We’ll conclude Shabbat with blessings, songs, and instruments

8:30        Megillah Reading with “Illuminated Manuscript” Community Art Projections

Both women and men will read megillah; mixed seating

Bring cash to donate for the mitzvah of matanot le-evyonim – Purim Gifts for the Poor ($10 suggested contribution; sorry, we can’t accept donations for matanot le-evyonim online) – and also some cash to help cover the evening’s costs.

SETUP VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Please email Aaron to help out.


 

PURIM DAY: Megillah Reading, Lunch, Kids’ Carnival

Join us for a fun-filled celebration with something for everyone!

Sunday, March 12, beginning at 11am @ The Kiever Synagogue 25 Bellevue Ave

Lunch Registration REQUIRED by Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

It’s a mitzvah to hear the megillah again on Purim day, so get out of bed and come to the Kiever for an encore performance.  Come in costume!

11am     Doors Open

11:15     Megillah Reading (women & men read megillah; mixed seating), all are welcome!

12:15     Lunch (registration required by March 8, 2017) Falafel + salads, hamantaschen provided, BYOB

1:00       Purim Stories read by our amazing Makom Afterschool staff! (intended for kids & families)

1:30-3:00      Makom Families Carnival (Registration REQUIRED)

CARNIVAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Please email Emma to help out.

If you can’t register online for lunch or carnival, please register by email by March 8th, and mail a cheque payable to Makom right away to 402 College St., Toronto, ON M5T 1S8.

Please bring cash to donate for the mitzvah of matanot le-evyonim – Purim Gifts for the Poor ($10 suggested contribution; sorry, we can’t accept donations for matanot le-evyonim online)

Co-presented with the Kiever Synagogue