Join other families with young children to connect, play, and relax at a casual Shabbat hangout in the park. With Rosh Hashanah (Jewish new year) approaching, participating families will also make Rosh Hashanah cards with apple stamps.
This celebration is especially for children 1 – 5 and their loved ones. Older and younger siblings are also invited.
Sing Shabbat songs, enjoy a story, challah, grape juice, apples and honey with Jewish Gateways Rabbi Stephanie Kenndy. Plan to gather at 10 am and start the Shabbat circle at 10:30 am.
There are picnic tables and organizers will blankets for those who want to sit on the grass. There’s ample parking by Totland Park, or you can walk two blocks from North Berkeley BART.
We welcome all: wandering Jews, wondering Jews, those of Jewish heritage, non-Jews, multiracial relationships, interfaith relationships, low-income families, adult children of interfaith families, Jews by choice, people of color, single-parent families, LGBTQIA+. Feel free to invite friends!
QUESTIONS? Contact Rabbi Steph at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-859-7866.
COVID Safety Guidelines
All individuals who attend our events must be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID to the fullest extent possible. Exceptions will be made for those who are not yet age-eligible to receive the vaccine and those who have valid medical reasons.
Everyone 2 years and older must wear a mask indoors unless eating or drinking.
Please do not attend if you are ill or have had COVID in the last 10 days.
Holidays for Young Children: This event is part of Jewish Gateways’ series of holiday and Shabbat celebrations for families with young children.
NOTE: This date/event is in the past. Keep browsing.Sat September 10, 2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Virginia-McGee Totland Playground 1644 Virginia St Berkeley
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Contact: Rabbi Steph email@example.com 510-859-7866
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