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Communitywide High Holy Day Happening

Children make New Year's cards at last year's High Holy Day event. (Photo/submitted)

Children make New Year's cards at last year's High Holy Day event. (Photo/submitted)

Westborough – On Sunday, Sept. 7, Beth Tikvah Synagogue, the Boroughs Jewish Community Center (JCC) and Congregation B'sai Shalom will hold a communitywide High Holy Day Happening from 10 a.m. to noon at Congregation B'sai Shalom, 117 E. Main St., Westborough. The event is an interactive educational and fun experience for children, teens and adults. The morning will feature numerous activities for children of all ages to learn about and explore the Jewish High Holy Days using all their senses. Participants will make New Year's cards for Israeli soldiers, blow a shofar, learn fun songs, bake challah, and more. This event is funded by a grant from the Jewish Federation of Central Massachusetts with support from Congregation B'sai Shalom, Beth Tikvah Synagogue, and the Boroughs JCC.

The High Holy Day Happening is open to the entire community of Greater Boroughs/Central Mass. Although reservations are not required, reservations would help to ensure enough supplies for all the children. Contact EJ Dotts at ejdotts@gmail.com to make a reservation or sign up at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050c49a5a92ba13-high.

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