Celebrating Purim with KI

This Purim, we have a lot of opportunities for joy, connection, and lifting up our community. Below is the Purim schedule with corresponding Zoom links. For more information on programs, please keep scrolling. Please note that any in-person offerings require registration.

Thursday, February 25
Fast of Esther / Erev Purim 
Wear your costumes!

8:00AM tasteBook w/ Rabbi Hamilton (Esther by Erica Brown)
5:00PM Family Purim Party
5:15PM Mincha followed by 6:00PM Maariv and Teen Takeover Megillah Reading (In-person registration required
8:15PM A Magical Purim with Base BSTN

Friday, February 26
Chag Purim Sameach! Wear your costumes!

7:00AM Morning Minyan with Megillah Reading | Register for in-person
5:00PM Kabbalat Shabbat
5:09PM Candle lighting time


Megillah Reading: Teen Takeover – February 25, 6:00PM | Join via Zoom

Our teens will be reading megillah this year for our second annual TEEN TAKEOVER. Megillah Reading will take place on Zoom, but that won’t stop our fun! We have some exciting plans, so get your costumes ready and see what crazy tricks we have up our sleeves!


Families with Young Children/Teens:

Family Purim Party – February 25, 5:00PM – Join via Zoom

On Thursday, February 25, join us for a Pre-Megillah Purim Party! We will kick off the evening with a costume parade (please come in costume!), followed by a few minutes to hang out with our KI friends in breakout rooms. We will end with a Purim Kahoot, where you can test your Purim knowledge. Event has been planned and will be run by teens, and is targeted for children 12 and under.

Kid Kits from KI

Our Purim Mishloach Manot packages this year will include  a special “Kid Kit,” which will feature a grogger for your child(ren) as well as a DIY, Make-Your-Own Mask Project. Everyone with a child under 12 will receive this gift to help you celebrate Purim at home!


Base BSTN: 20s + 30s
 
Base BSTN’s *Magical* Purim Party – February 25 at 8:15PM | Register

We’re taught that the Hebrew month of Adar flips everything on its head.  All the more-so on Purim, with our costumes and revelry, things are not always as they seem.  In that regard, join us for an evening of MAGIC & MENTALISM with Master Magician (and friend of Base BSTN!) Danny Dubin!  Danny will memorize us with a fun and interactive show & then there will be lots of time for schmoozing. Register now to reserve your spot!


Support Yad Chessed
 
The special mitzvah of matanot l’evyonim requires Jewish people of all ages to give over and above customary tzedakah to at least two people in need on Purim. This tradition of helping those in need is central to the spirit of Purim and reminds us that we are obligated and honored to extend a helping hand in times of joy and celebration. Make a gift here.