Making Matzah! Making Memories!
March 27, 2014 | Gail Greenberg
Come join the fun at the annual Barbara & Douglas Bloom Matzah Factory!
- Experience and escape from slavery in Egypt!
- Quickly make matzah for your journey!
- Enter the land of freedom in Shalom Street’s “Passport to Israel” exhibit!
- Make memories that will last a lifetime!
Three Exciting Family Opportunities!
Sunday, March 30 from 1 – 4 pm: Matzah Factory will be open for families of with children of all ages.
Wednesday, April 2 from 6 – 7:30 pm: Families with children 6 months up through 9 years for a special PJ Library night! Begin with pizza (from Jerusalem Pizza) and stay for storytelling and matzah factory fun. Reservations are required by March 28th at www.jewishdetroit.org/pjmatzah.
Sunday, April 6 from 1 – 4 pm: Matzah Factory will be open for families of with children of all ages.
Special NEXTGen Young Adult Only Opportunity!
Thursday, April 3 from 7 – 8:30 pm: This is NOT kid’s stuff! Re-live the glory days of Monday Night School!!! Sip on some fine Passover wine, taste test some Passover eats (catered by Chef Cari), DIY Matzah, and LOTS more! Reservations are requested by April 1 at http://action.jewishdetroit.org/events/wine_tasting_matzah_factory/.
This Matzah Factory event has been graciously sponsored by the Blooms, in partnership with The JCC, Shalom Street, Sara and Morris Tugman Bais Chabad Torah Center, Federation’s Alliance for Jewish Education and PJ Library of Metropolitan Detroit. (Co-sponsored by NEXTGen)
Questions? Contact Gail Greenberg at email@example.com
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