May 19: Teen Lag ba-Omer celebration in the park

For high school teens only…

Celebrate Lag ba-Omer* in the park!

  • Enjoy fresh falafel sandwiches
  • Roast s’mores & potatoes on the bonfire
  • Hang out withother downtown Jewish teens

*Lag ba-Omer is a minor holiday marking the joyous 33rd day between Passover and Shauvot.

B.Y.O. Water Bottle

Want to volunteer with the younger kids’ program 5-7pm (for H.S. volunteer hours, if you want)? Check the box when you register.

All Jewish high school teens are welcome, including LGBTQ+ & from interfaith/intercultural families.

[Separate gatherings & registrations for families with younger kids 5:45-7pm and adults 8-9pm.]


Donations greatly appreciated to help us cover costs (park permit, falafel, s’mores, firewood, staffing, etc).

Final deadline to order falafel: Thurs, May 19, 12noon!

Any Qs? Email Rabbi Aaron.

Register Now!

April 24: Jewish & Muslim Teens Mimouna & Iftar

Sun, April 24
Outdoors Near Bloor & Bathurst

(actual location sent after registration)
Free – donations greatly appreciated!
Registration Required by Sat night, Apr 23

For Muslim & Jewish high school teens only
You’re invited to celebrate Mimouna & Iftar together!

What’s Mimouna?
Moroccan Jewish and Muslim custom of friendship and eating together after the Jewish festival of Passover (Pesah)

What’s Iftar?
Muslim tradition of eating together after fasting all day during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan

7:30pm   Arrive
               Icebreakers & sharing traditions
8:15        Dinner: dates, water, falafel sandwiches & dessert
               Hanging out
9:00        Goodnight

All food will be kosher, halal & vegetarian

Rain or shine! We have shelter.

Bring some cash if you want to make a donation of sadaqah / tzedakah* for Fort York Food Bank to help those in need.
(*literally, justice & righteousness in Arabic & Hebrew)

Want to volunteer with setup 6:30-7:30pm &/or cleanup 9:00-9:30pm (for volunteer hours, if you want)? Check the box when you register.

Any Qs? Contact aaron@makomTO.org

This event is planned by Jewish & Muslim teens & hosted by Makom