Enter the costume contest for children and adults, play new and favorite games, bid on items during the silent auction (including a jewelry item designed and donated by Amy Shepsman Krouse), enjoy lunch, and join the fun when our annual Purim Carnival returns on Sunday, March 8 from noon to 2 p.m. at the Temple.
The fun includes:
· Bagel darts, bounce house, basketball and more
· Bingo for the grown-ups ($1 per card - begins at 1 p.m.) with Mike Rush calling out the numbers to win fun prizes.
· Lunch featuring cheese pizza, Casa salad, fruit, kugel, lox and bagels, and, of course, hamentashen
· Silent auction to benefit the youth group
· Beer from Chapman's Brewery, Wine, and Bloody Mary Bar
· Costume contest for adults and children - prizes for best costume
Admission is $5 per person, with no charge for children six and under.
Thank you to the Carnival Committee: Leslie Cohen, Geoff Gordon, Shai Hadashi, Matthew Katinsky, Amy Shepsman Krouse, Samara Sheray, and Ellen Tom
PRIZE DONATIONS NEEDED
The popular silent auction and bingo will be back - and we need your help with donations of prizes. Gift cards and other items for all ages may be dropped off at the Temple (marked for the carnival). Questions or want to get involved? Contact the Temple office.