Yom Ha’atzmaut and Mimouna celebrations coming up for Jewish families in Brooklyn, taking place at Hannah Senesh in Carroll Gardens.
Families with children 2-10 years old are invited to learn about and celebrate the North African Jewish tradition of Mimouna with sweets, music, dancing, crafts, and more! This event is held in partnership with Hannah Senesh, American Sephardi Federation, Asefa Music, Be’chol Lashon, Fig Tree, Jews in All Hues, Kane Street Synagogue, Park Slope Jewish Center, PJ Library, and Sephardi Mizrahi Q Network. Sunday, April 23 fro 10 am to 12 pm at Hannah Senesh School in Carroll Gardens. $5 per person, RSVP here.
Families in our greater Brooklyn Jewish community are invited to join a FREE family festival celebrating 75 years of Israel! Enjoy Family-Fun Activities: Live Israeli music Israeli food and drinks, scavenger hunt, activities and crafts for kids, photo booth, games Rikud (Israeli folk dancing) and more! This event is held in partnership with Hannah Senesh School, East Midwood Jewish Center, Israeli American Council, JCC Brooklyn Summer Camp, Jewish Agency for Israel, Kane Street Synagogue, Park Slope Jewish Center, PJ Library, Sprout Brooklyn Day Camp, and UJA-Federation of New York. Wednesday, April 26 from 5.30 to 7.30 pm, RSVP here.
Hannah Senesh Community Day School is a K-8 Jewish day school in Carroll Gardens that is home to a dynamic Jewish community fueled by purposeful learning, active engagement, and meaningful connections. At Senesh, students develop a strong sense of self, a sense of belonging, and a commitment to doing good in the world. They have limited spots available for fall 2023 in kindergarten through 6th grade. Visit our admissions page to learn more. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a tour, please contact Admissions Director Annette Powers at firstname.lastname@example.org.