Save the Date
Our Purim Zoom Celebration will take place on Thursday night, February 25th at 7PM via Zoom. The link will be sent out next week. In celebration of this holiday we will read the Megillat Esther. Please, please, come in costume, at least from the waist up. Try hard to have interesting headware as our heads are what show the most on Zoom. Also plan to bring your own grogger to the Megillah reading. Some DIY grogger ideas include plastic water bottles filled with little marbles or paperclips or tiny screws or coins. Or decorated paper towel or toilet paper rolls filled with the same objects listed above, excluding the screws (they might puncture the cardboard). Seal the ends first with heavy paper and then again duct tape. You could even put a third layer of aluminum foil over the ends for a shiny look. Of course, there is always the old standby of a pan and wooden spoon. Be creative. Have fun! We could all use an evening of revelry.
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