Learning About the Passover Haggadah
Upcoming Closures | 4/19-4/28
CBE Mini Camp | 4/22-4/25
This Saturday! Passover Around the World Family Workshops & Concert
Havdalah Hootenanny Celebrating Sarah Grabiner
1. Upcoming Closures Yachad will be closed for Passover break from Friday April 19 through Sunday April 28.
2. CBE Mini Camp
Although Yachad will be closed the above dates, CBE’s After School is excited to offer a mini camp from 4/22-4/25. Please click here to find out what fun activities will be held and to register! Please be in touch with Bobbie Finkelstein with any questions email@example.com.
3. This Saturday! Passover Family Workshops & Concert!
Saturday April 13: Shabbat services begin at 9:30, followed by Passover Family Workshops at 10:30
Kindergarten through 4th grade families will travel the world learning about different Passover traditions through crafts, recipes, songs and more!
5th and 6th grade families will participate in a Seder Around the World!
All Yachad families are invited to join us! K-4th grade students must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult.
Following our Passover Workshops, join artist in residence, Noah Aronson, for a special family-friendly performance at 11:45. Free and open to all!
4. Havdalah Hootenanny Celebrating Sarah Grabiner
Saturday April 13, 5:30-7:30
Sing, learn, and say thanks to Sarah Grabiner for her 2 years of dedicated service as CBE’s cantorial intern! A brilliant, multi-talented teacher and prayer leader, Sarah has endeared herself to the Brooklyn Jews community; to Gan Shabbat families; to teen Torah chanters; and especially to our 2018 b’nei mitzvah, whose preparation she oversaw during Cantor Josh Breitzer’s sabbatical. Sarah recently accompanied many of those former b’nei mitzvah students to Israel as part of CBE’s largest-ever annual 8th grade trip. Following her ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in May, Sarah will relocate back to her native United Kingdom to serve Radlett Reform Synagogue. Join the clergy team, together with artist-in-residence Noah Aronson and musical members of all ages, as we send Sarah off with singing, stories and profound gratitude!
This week, we have been working hard in our Haggadot as we learn more about the 10 plagues, the pesach foods, and the cups for Elijah and Miriam. We also began making beautiful covers for our Haggadot. Next week, we will continue to learn more about what a seder looks like and we can celebrate Passover at home.