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Family Programs 2018/ 19

Saturday October 20

11:00 -12:00 FAMILY “Mishpacha” Service with Mark Feldman

 

Sunday November 11

2:30-5:00 pm

Shins and Shum (garlic)!

Join Tzlil and Yoav for an afternoon of Israeli cooking

City Shul: 300 Bloor St West (McClure Hall and Kitchen)

RSVP here.

 

Friday December 7 Chanukah sing-a-long!

6:00 pm

Welcome in shabbat with Rabbi Goldstein and Mark Feldman who will lead us all in a sing-a-long of our favourite Chanukah tunes (not a full service).

Bring your Chanukah Menorah and candles for communal lighting

Followed by a community Chanukah Shabbat dinner and schmooze

Dinner: $8 child and teen (17 and under) $14 adult (18 and older)

Dinner at 6:30

Register here.

 

2019

 

Saturday February 9

11:00-12:00 FAMILY “ Mishpacha” Service with Mark Feldman

 

Saturday Feb 23 City Shul Coffee House Havdalah!

7:00-9:00 pm

Join us for our first ever “Coffee House Open Mic”. Show us your dance moves, or sing your favourite tune!

This is a BBM and CiTY Youth Group Shul-School fundraiser for the whole community.

Are you a baker? We will be accepting donations of nut free baked goods for our bake sale. Baked goods and beverages available for purchase

Cover: $2/person - Cash only event

Email your interest in performing: learning@cityshul.com.

 

Wednesday March 20 PURIM!

Location: City Shul@ 300 Bloor St W

5:30 Pizza

6:00 Megillah Reading and Schpiel

Followed by costume parade with the “Esther” award for Best Costume and Hocho and Hamentaschen

 

Saturday April 13

10:30-11:30 FAMILY “Mishpacha” Service with Mark Feldman

 

Wednesday May 22 Lag Ba’Omer Bonfire

Dufferin Grove 6:00-8:00 pm

$2 veggie or Kosher dog

$1 chips and juice box

Pre-order here.

 

Friday June 14 Picnic in the park and sing-a long with Mark Feldman

Jean Sibelius Park (Bernard and Kendal Ave)

5:00-7:00pm

*Cancelled if raining…please check City Shul Website for announcement*

Introducing City Shul's New "Prayground"!

The Prayground is an area in our main sanctuary specifically set aside for young children  (0-5) together with an adult during services. There are small tables and chairs, rugs, colouring sheets, crayons, blocks, PJ books, soft toys, and more. Tots can feel happy and at home during our service moving around, while their parent/grandparent can still feel they are "within" and enjoying the main service.  Our Prayground is open every Shabbat morning service. We are excited to share this new space with our congregation!

Tue, 23 October 2018 14 Cheshvan 5779