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Students, families: Join JLEAP for fun activities on  March 13 and 27

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By Michal Lipp, JLEAP Program Director

JLEAP (Jewish Learning, Enrichment and Play) is excited to announce our next LEAP as we get ready for the holiday of Pesach! Why is this program different from all other programs?

At JLEAP, we strive to make learning about the Jewish holidays and traditions meaningful and fun for families and children of all ages by offering a variety of hands-on experiences in science, technology, reading, engineering, art and math (STREAM). We’ll travel through the whole Haggadah, making stops along the way to build and test baskets for baby Moses, split the sea, create beautiful holiday keepsakes and more!

We also invite our older school aged students, tweens and teens to join JLEAD as volunteers where they can utilize their unique talents and leadership skills while engaging with peers and the Jewish community at large.

We will have a special JLEAD event just for them on Sunday, March 13 from 4-5:30 p.m. at Keneseth Beth Israel.

We welcome both returning J-LEADers and those joining us for the first time.

Get ready and pack your bags because it’s time to Get Out of Egypt, Quick! Join JLEAP on Sunday, March 27 from 3-5, at the Weinstein JCC for an afternoon of free family fun. You’ll travel back in time through the whole Haggadah, making stops along the way to build, design, create and play–and we’ll still get you back in time for the Seder!

Register for our programs at www.kbirva.com/jleap.

Do you have questions about JLEAP or JLEAD? Are you the parent of an older child who is looking for leadership opportunities within the Jewish community? Are you an adult looking for your own opportunities to volunteer and share your talents with the Jewish community?

Contact JLEAP Program Director Michal Lipp at inpraiseofplay@gmail.com. Join us as we take this next LEAP together!

 

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