KEHILAH, a sense of community, has always been an important part of Judaism. As a people, Jews pray together, mark the Sabbath together, and celebrate festivals together as a family. Please join us to celebrate the highlights of the Jewish calendar in the Fall and Winter.

Holiday Programs for Seniors & Families
Rosh Hashanah
Friday, September 15, 12-1pm
Celebrate the Jewish New Year with a traditional lunch and sweet dessert.
Wednesday, October 4, 11am-12pm
Explore the meaning and symbolism of Sukkot through arts and crafts.
Winter Chanukah/Holiday Party
Sunday, December 17, 10am-2pm
Celebrate Chanukah, The Festival of Lights!
Please call in advance to register at (718) 792-1800, ext. 228.


For more info, contact:

Andrea Ralya

Andrea Ralya

Senior Services Director


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