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Shabbat of the Month Club: Candle Lighting

Shabbat of the Month Club: Candle Lighting

Let There Be Light In the Torah, the process of creation begins with God saying, "Let there be light." By lighting candles, we mark the separation between the busy... Read More
A Handmade Hanukkah from Kiwi Crate

A Handmade Hanukkah from Kiwi Crate

You know that excitement you feel when you discover that the package you’ve been waiting for so impatiently for days has finally arrived, and that... Read More
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Celebrate Fall with Fruit and Vegetable Stamp Art

Celebrate Fall with Fruit and Vegetable Stamp Art

Too many vegetables in your CSA and not enough time to cook? Turn leftovers into art stamps that you and your kids can use to... Read More
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Make Father’s Day Special with Kids’ Craft Activities

Make Father’s Day Special with Kids’ Craft Activities

This Father’s Day (Sunday, June 17), surprise a special dad in your family’s life—your own, your child’s, a neighbor or friend—with some creative and eco-friendly... Read More
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Pomanders for Yom Kippur: Another High Holiday Craft from Gateways

Pomanders for Yom Kippur: Another High Holiday Craft from Gateways

This fun, old-fashioned High Holiday craft is also a wonderful fine motor activity!  Feel free to read on below, or click here to download the... Read More
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CJP Families with Young Children Initiative

Creating Childhood Memories

My friends with older children always encourage me to create as many wonderful memories as I can with Isabel during the blink of her childhood.... Read More
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Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston

JCC Grossman Camp Open House Sunday January 23

Want to give your kids the summer of a lifetime? JCC Grossman Camp Open House  - a place to be active - a place to... Read More
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Fall Holiday Fun

Fall Holiday Fun

Rosh Hashanah literally means the "head of the year." It marks the start of the new Jewish calendar year and begins a 10-day period of... Read More
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Sukkot with the Shorashim: Making Magic Happen

Sukkot with the Shorashim: Making Magic Happen

If kids aren’t having fun, then it’s not Kesher. That’s a bold claim to make, and we do our best to make sure that’s true... Read More
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