Come celebrate Tu B’shvat, the celebration of the trees, with the whole TBEMC family.
We will begin with an ecology-themed community sing-along.
We will have read-alouds of favorite tree-themed stories.
At noon, we will have a Tu B’Shvat seder open to the entire Temple community.
Weather permitting, we will travel together to one of the local arboretums for an afternoon field trip to celebrate beautiful trees in person!
Join the author as his talk highlights food/tv/pop culture/celebrities and more. Event to be held at the JCC in partnership with TBEMC’s Lifelong Learning. $17 in advance $20 at the door.
Online registration at www.jccnj.org or call 908-889-8800 x 205.
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We will have our early Shabbat service beginning at 6:30 PM, featuring wonderful singing, a lively story, and a light kiddush to follow. Come join us to be part of this growing prayer community!
CPR and automatic defibrillator (AED) instruction will take place on Sunday, January 11th. Space is limited so sign up now to reserve a spot.
The fee is $45, which includes the Red Cross certification card. The class is includes the highest level of instruction below what health care workers receive. It includes AED/defibrillator training.
To register, please email Susan at email@example.com and then send your $45 check made out to Cranford First Aid Squad, to the TBEMC office at 338 Walnut, Cranford, NJ 07016.
Join Sisterhood for a night out of frozen yogurt and coffee at Bohemian Raspberry (219 South Avenue East in Westfield) on Wednesday, January 7th at 7 P.M.
We will have our early Shabbat service beginning at 6:30 PM, featuring wonderful singing, a lively story, and a light kiddush to follow. The last time we had an early service we enjoyed the energy from over 30 children. Come join us to be part of this growing prayer community!
Come cheer our talented students as they sing in our first ever Zimriyah! Latkes, dancing, Hanukkah sing-a-long, community menorah lighting & more.
Suggested donation for this Religious School fundraiser is $10 for adults. Children attend for FREE. (Please send checks to TBEMC at 338 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, NJ 07016 and write zimriyah on the memo line or use the electronic payment form below).
RSVP to Cantor Kintisch by Dec. 7th at firstname.lastname@example.org.