Sunday, March 13
Purchase wristbands for kids and choose a timeslot.
Option 1: 9:30-11 am OR Option 2: 11am-12:30pm
Cost: $15/one child; $25/two or more children
This cost includes all activities. It does not include food, which will be cash only and will be determined one week before the carnival.
We are so excited to celebrate Purim with our most fun carnival yet! Wear a costume and join us for inflatables, carnival games, prizes, food, and a Megillah reading! This event is open to the whole family. Register and select your preferred time slot. Please wear a mask during the carnival. Weather permitting, we will have food available outside.
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The Persian Purim Pivot
Wednesday, March 16
Join us for a joyful Purim celebration with some annual favorites and new traditions! Costumes are encouraged!
5:00 pm: Outdoor Shushan Deli
6:00 pm: Spirited Purim service, Megillah reading and shpiel – Livestreaming available starting at 6pm
After the shpiel: Latke/Hamentaschen Debate!
Local comedians Elise Cole (who grew up at MZ) and Max Hornstein will debate the merits of these holiday delicacies and MZ congregant Michael Tortorello will moderate.
Max Hornstein is an up and coming stand up comedian from Minneapolis, with a comedy style that can only be described as Jewish hipster chic. Max generally likes to spend his Purim hoarding poppyseed hamantaschen from the clamoring masses.