March 23 – 24: Purim 5784!

Please join us for a joyous Purim full of mitzvot, community & fun for all ages!

With evening & morning megillah readings, a party, a seudah (festive meal), childcare, an abridged megillah reading & family carnival, and dedicated parties for middle-schoolers and for high-school teens, we have something for everyone!

See below for the full schedule. Register here

Come in costume and B.Y.O. Gragger/Ra’ashan/Noisemaker!

Advance registration required for all participants.  If you can’t afford regular-price tickets, please choose the reduced-rate option, or contact us.

If you’re coming as a family, look for the bundled ticket options for Purim day (but don’t forget Purim eve tickets, too).

Money from ticket sales will be put toward nearly $7,000 of Purim expenses, including venue rental, sound technician, food costs, childcare providers, carnival supplies, etc.

There are lots of great opportunities to help sponsor Purim in honour or memory of someone. Please contact Rabbi Aaron to discuss.

Volunteers needed for the door, setup, food service and cleanup. If you can help out, please check the box when you register, and we’ll be in touch.

Fulfill the mitzvah of Matanot le-Evyonim (giving Purim gifts for the poor); donation links below.

Cash donations accepted at the door for Mahatzit ha-Shekel (donations for your community).


Purim Eve ~ Saturday, March 23 @ The Tranzac

Co-presented with Toronto Partnership Minyan

9:30pm  Doors Open

9:45       Havdalah & Megillah Reading

11:00      Main Party with cash bar & music

             Teen Party (high school teens only)

1:00am   Goodnight

Purim Day ~ Sunday, March 24 @ The Tranzac

9:45am  Doors Open

10:00      Shaharit (morning service)

11:00      Megillah Reading

10-12      Childcare

12:15pm  Seudah (festive meal)

1:30pm   Doors open for Family Program

1:45pm   Abridged Megillah Reading

2:00pm   Family Carnival

              Hativah Party (grades 6-8 only)

3:00pm   Goodbye

Covid Precautions

Anyone who had symptoms of Covid-19, or who has a household member with a confirmed or suspected case of Covid-19, that began within the last 10 days, must not attend.

Accessibility Information

We welcome participants of all abilities. The Tranzac is wheelchair accessible. If you have an accessibility need or require any accommodations, please reach out to us.

Matanot le-Evyonim – Gifts for the Poor

It’s a mitzvah to give tzedakah (redistributive justice) to needy Jews on Purim itself. Here are some websites where you can donate and your contribution will be distributed to those in need on Purim:

United Chesed of Toronto: donate before March 20 for distribution on Purim

Chevrah Oseh Chesed/Tomchei Shabbos of Toronto: donate before Purim day & select “Matanas Levyonim” as donation type

Yad Eliezer (Israel): donate before Purim day

Jewish Russian Community Centre of Ontario: donate even on Purim day

We look forward to celebrating Purim together with you!

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