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got shabbat?

Key Features

  • A community-builder
  • Lots of hands-on activities
  • Terrific entertainment
  • Free

Saturday afternoon with family & friends.

Gather to do crafts, decorate cookies, activities, sing songs and enjoy special entertainment at JCCs, local venues and synagogues. It’s a great feeling to have a friendly group welcoming you for our free got shabbat? programs. You’ll look forward to the next one for sure!

Held on various Saturday afternoons throughout the year.
For families with 3 to 8 year-olds, but all are welcome.

For more information about got Shabbat? contact Lawrence Levine.
Email: Lawrence LeVine | Phone: 847.763.3603


Upcoming Dates

Havdalah and Swim @ Lake County Jewish Community Campus/JCC Elaine Frank Apachi Day Camp
Aug 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Splash and play in our outdoor pool with other families from the community. Then, enjoy a tasty snack, songs and join in Havdalah – the ceremony which separates the Sabbath from the rest of the week.

3:45–4:45pm | Family Swim in our outdoor pool (bring a bathing suit & towel)
5:00–5:30pm | Snack, Singing & Havdalah

In case of rain, we will have indoor crafts & activities

Registration by Thursday, August 13 is appreciated.

Register Online 

More Family and Holiday Events >>




Anshe Emet Synagogue, Congregation B’nai Tikvah, Congregation Solel, Congregation Sukkat Shalom, River Trail Nature Center, Temple Chai, Temple Judea Mizpah


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