Sunday, September 2, 2012
1:30 - 3:00 PM Sandy Shmuely
5:30 PM Torah Tots
Monday, September 3, 2012
12:30 PM Torah Tots
"A stunning musical composition is a pure gift from G- d. Sandy Shmuely has gift- wrapped his inspiration and incredible creative genius ... In a rich baritone that embraces the audience with its warmth and personality, Sandy's voice captures the emotion, dimension, and soul of his compositions." - Charni Sachet, New York Chicago
"... compared to "The Muppets" and "Barney" for Jewish children. A treasure of songs by the "Walt Disney of Jewish music, Reuven A. Stone ... "
Each participant receives a piece of dough which is braided into a loaf and taken home for baking into Challah (traditional braided bread) for Shabbat.
Each participant receives a candle holder and decorates it using his/her own creativity. The candle holder is taken home and can be used to light Shabbat candles on Friday night.
Jewish Sand Art
Sand art using various Jewish themes or symbols.
Each participant receives a bland yarmulke or kippa. Materials are supplied and he/she may decorate the yarmulke any which way.
Participants receive a ram's horn and transform it into a kosher shofar by sanding, cleaning and painting it.
Participants dip candle string into hot bees' wax and weave together the thin waxed strings to create a traditional Havdallah candle.
Participants make a fragrance holder for use in the Havdallah ceremony by pressing bits of clove spice into foam balls.
Wood, bullets, hammer and nails: these tools are used to make a long lasting sturdy Menorah.
A model of an actual Matzah bakery will be on premises so participants can see how Matzah is made from the forming of the dough until the Matzah is baked.
15th Annual JewishFest
Sunday,September 2, 2012
Monday,September 3, 2012
11:30 AM–3:30 PM
Advance: $4.00, $13.00 Family
At Door: $5.00, $18.00 Family
Chabad Community Center
7 Village Green Dr.
NY Kosher Deli &
Middle Eastern Cuisine
will be available for sale
under Chabad supervision