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Purim Celebrations for Westchester Families

There are plenty of Purim celebrations for Westchester families!

Purim celebrations for Westchester families are joyous events. It’s customary for children (and adults) to dress up in costumes. Of course, there are delicious culinary traditions to be enjoyed too!

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Let the Fun Begin!

Young Families Purim Celebration
Celebrate Purim with your children through story and song. In addition, there will be snacks and crafts. After that, enjoy a brief joyful service. Then after that, attend a Purim carnival with games. The festivities start at 10:45 am on March 8. This program is best suited to children ages 1-8. While the program is free, carnival game tickets are four for $1 or 25 for $5. Reservations not required.
Congregation Emanu-El
2125 Westchester Avenue
Rye
914-967-4382
congregationemanuel.org

Purim Carnival at Scarsdale Synagogue
Enjoy a Lego zone, then decorate bags. Kids will love the coloring and activity sheets. Plus there are games too! After that, head over to the Tzedakah Zone, and the photo booth. In conclusion, there are prizes for Best Costumes. The festivities are held on March 8 from 10:15 am to noon. Fees for the event are $10per child. Children under 2 enter for free.
Scarsdale Synagogue
2 Ogden Road
Scarsdale
914-725-5175
sstte.org

Purim Celebration
Celebrate the wonderful holiday of Purim with singing, and dancing. After that, there’s a reading of the Megillah/The Story of Esther. Next, watch this year’s amazing Purim spiel, “Oklahaman”.  In addition, plan to stay for a carnival. The celebration is held on March 8 from 9 am to 1 pm. The cost of the event is $5 per person or $20 per family.
Temple Beth Am
203 Church Place
Yorktown Heights
914-623-8426
htemplebetham-ny.org

Purim in Outer Space
Get into the Purim spirit and enjoy an out of this world experience. Munch on Ha-moon-tashens. In addition, they will be serving glow in the dark cotton candy. After that, participate in an interactive Megillah reading. In conclusion, watch an LED C02 robot and laser show. The event is held on March 10 starting at 5:15 pm. There is a $25 suggested donation per family, $10 for a single ticket.
Chabad of the Rivertowns
303 Broadway
Dobbs Ferry
914–693–6100
chabadrt.org

 

 

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