Wear costumes and masks and bring your noisemakers to Temple Beth Hillel’s festive Purim Carnival, a fun-filled afternoon celebrating freedom from religious persecution.
After reading the Megillah, the biblical story of the of Esther, and singing Purim songs, the congregation will gather for activities, crafts, games, and prizes for kids of all ages.
Home-baked goods, traditional hamentaschen (a three-cornered, fruit-filled pastry),
and a tasty lunch will be available.
This event has a Google Hangouts video call.