Sunday, February 25, 2018 | 11:30 - 3:30 PM | Uptown JCC
The JCC celebrates Purim with a carnival called Adloyadah. Adloyadah celebrates Jewish survival and is similar to celebrations held in Israel. Open to the entire community, the JCC is transformed into a carnival complete with rides, music, Israeli food, hamantashen (special Purim treats), and New Orleans snowballs. Wear a costume, eat some delicious food, enjoy the music and have a blast!
Fun & Games
Game Booths and Prizes | Costume Parade | Face Painting | Crafts Tables | Gaga | Human Hamster Ball | Inflatables and Giant Slide | Sports Activities
*Children's all day play pass: $12 or $10 when you bring nonperishable items for Broadmoor Food Pantry
Middle Eastern Delicacies | New York Style Deli | Pizza | Homemade Hamantaschen | Snowballs | Popcorn
*Food is for sale at the carnival
We could use your help! Click to VOLUNTEER at Adloyadah. You can help at the rides, sell children's all day game bands at the gate, or drinks and hamantaschen inside the carnival. Help us make this a fun and safe day for everyone.
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