The massive carnival will take over the entire Synagogue campus and will feature rides, games, prizes, an expanded Purim Pub, and food from Canter’s Truck and the M.O.Eggrolls truck. Favorites from last year, including the video game truck, the inflatable joust station, and the old-timey photo booth will all return.
Wristbands for the event cost $20 in advance (click to purchase online) and include all rides and games (for kids) and 2 drink tickets (for adults only!) At the door, wristbands will cost $25. Food will be available for purchase from the trucks, UNITY will be selling pizza, and of course the Sisterhood will hold a bake sale.
We’re so excited to welcome people of all ages,” said Religious School Director Tami Weisman, “it will be a great night for kids, parents, and grandparents to get together and have a blast!”
Adding to the weeklong festival atmosphere, the annual megillah reading and pizza dinner is set for Wednesday, March 7 (click to register). Both events are open to the entire community.