The Great Hamantaschen Bake-Off 
A Project for CBI Teens During Religious School

Sunday, March 10, 1:45 PM
Schnitzer Family Center

CBI teens will craft world-class hamantaschen with their friends, then bring home a plate and make their families’ s day. Questions? Connect with Youth Director Flip Frisch.

Purim Carnival
Sunday, March 17, 9:30 AM
Schnitzer Family Center

Religious School students should get ready for a morning of fun, games, costumes, and hamantaschen. Cheer for Mordecai, booooooo for Haman, and keep an eye out for details in our weekly Parent Nus newsletter.

Michloach Manot for Rose Haven
A Project for CBI Teens During Religious School

Sunday, March 17, 9:30 AM
Schnitzer Family Center

First, help your most local community by taking down the Purim carnival, then expand the love outward for a social justice program. We’ll be packing mishloach manot for Rose Haven, our neighborhood shelter and community center for women, children, and gender non-conforming people experiencing homelessness, abuse and other traumas. Questions? Connect with Youth Director Flip Frisch.

Michloach Manot Packing
With WRJ/Beth Israel Sisterhood  
Thursday, March 21, 5:00 PM
In-Person ONLY
Goodman Hall


Sisterhood is partnering with Jewish Family & Child Service and the Jewish Federation to assemble mishloach manot/shalech mones—or Purim gift bags—for a handful of Jewish retirement communities to bring a little joy around Purim.  

Want to help? We are looking for volunteers hamantaschen bakers to deliver homemade treats for our gift bags, as well as volunteers to assemble the actual packages. Let us know if you’re interested!

5784: a 1984 Rock Opera
Saturday, March 23, 
6:00 PM
In-Person and Online
Main Sanctuary 

What do Cydney Lauper, Ronald Reagan, Billy Idol, Phyllis Schlafly, Frankie Hoes to Hollywood, The Talking Heads, Madonna, and George Orwell all have in common?


Join us for an all-star cast and a songbook of 1984 hits, but beware: Haman is watching tou.