Purim – The Feast of Lots

Purim is the Feast of Lots, and is observed on the 14th day of Adar. Told in the Book of Esther, Purim recounts the story of Queen Esther saving the Jewish people from Haman, a royal advisor who had plans to destroy them. Purim is celebrated with the giving of gifts to friends and the poor, dressing in costume, and the reading of the Megillah. Hamantaschen are traditionally baked in preparation for the holiday.

Events

Young Family Purim Fun

Wednesday, March 20, 5:15pm

Ages 0-5 and parents are welcome to join us for some Purim fun with singing, stories and art projects prior to the community-wide Purim dinner.

Join us at 6:00pm for the community-wide Jungle Themed Purim dinner, Megillah reading and fun. RSVP for dinner: tinyurl.com/CNSPurim5779.

*Included with Young Family Shul Pass. RSVP still needed.

Purim “Jungle-Themed” Celebration

Wednesday, March 20, 6:00pm9:00pm

Please join the CNS community for our annual dinner and Purim celebration with Megillah reading, music and fun. Everyone is welcome.

Adult: $14; Child: $7; Family Max: $42*

RSVP for dinner at: tinyurl.com/CNSPurim5779.

*Included with Young Family Shul Pass. RSVP still needed.

Morning Minyan – Purim

Thursday, March 21, 7:00am, Zidell Chapel

Please join us for Morning Minyan as we read the full Megillah!

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