All month long, we will be collecting new pajamas (all sizes) to donate to local organizations so that their clients can be warm and cozy this winter, too. Find your local drop-off point, or the place to mail them, on our Padlet.
Then close out “Pajamuary” with a Pajama Weekend celebration! Feel free to join us for any or all of these! Recommended for ages 1-6.
Friday, January 29, 4:30 PM
Grab your pajamas, your favorite stuffed animal, an instrument/noise maker, and your grown-up and join us for a fun PJ Tot Shabbat with your friends. Ms. Ellie will sing our favorite Shabbat songs with us and lead us in the Shabbat blessings at the end. If you would like to join along in the blessing, please bring your candles, grape juice, and challah!
Saturday, January 30, 6:15 PM
Havdalah starts a new week with a multi-sensory experience, so join us and special guest reader, PJ Poppins, for a fun way to end Shabbat. You can bring a Havdalah candle, spice box and juice (get ideas for these) to join us to say the blessings.
Sunday, January 31, 9:30 AM
Stay in your pajamas and join the Kagin Family to make pancakes; then enjoy your breakfast while we entertain you!
Once your breakfast is ready, we are so incredibly excited to invite you to a very special musical Tu B’Shevat celebration! Join us for The JKids Radio All-Star Tu B’Shevat Concert, featuring Jewish kids music superstars Ellen Allard, Shira Kline, Joanie Leeds, Jason Mesches, Mister G, and Rick Recht. Let’s all plan to make the world a happier, healthier and GREENER place to be in 2021!
Registration is required for Zoom link and Password.
To make your pancakes, you will need your favorite pancake mix (we recommend Bisquick) or recipe as well as some things to mix in, such as fruit, sprinkles or chocolate chips. To go over the top, you can top with hot fudge, caramel sauce, whipped cream, Nutella or ice cream!
This initiative is a collaboration of the Bender JCC, Edlavitch DCJCC, Pozez JCC’s Growing Jewish Families, Honeymoon Israel, Capital Camps, Agudas Achim, PJ Library, and The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.