Tu B'Shevat has been called the original Earth Day. It is a special Jewish holiday that honors nature and the environment. Traditionally, this is a time when new trees are planted for the benefit of future generations. Some also see it as a time to plant new seeds for spiritual cultivation and regrowth. Get your kids out of the house this winter to dance, jump, roll, crawl, clap or gallop as local musician extraordinaire Evan Haller from Blissful Monkey in JP connects you and your children to the rhythm of the earth and her seasons through spirited music and movement. What new seeds will you plant this Tu B'Shevat?
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