Shabbat Shabbang - CAMP GROSSMAN

Friday, March 23, 6-8pm
Leventhal-Sidman Center
333 Nahanton Street
One time event

Shabbat Shabbang is a Friday night dinner designed to bring families together at the JCC in new and surprising ways while connecting with friends new and old. Three mini-dinners take place concurrently inside the JCC. Each dinner features a seasonally inspired kosher meal, wine and a chance for parents to relax and socialize while children are busy with enriching, active and creative activities. Your weekend has not just begun. It's kicked off - with a Shabbang!

It may be winter, but before you know it, summer will be here. There is no time like the present to get together with your camp friends from last year's Negev and Masada bunks! Parents will hang out and relax over a catered, mouthwatering meal, sipping wine and dreaming about summer while campers will be mesmerized by the illusory tricks of an amazing magician.

The fun continues when everyone comes together for coffee, dessert and a Shabbang Celebration!

The JCC is pleased to partner with Jewish Family Service of Metrowest's Children's Clothing Closet to collect and distribute much needed items of clothing for low-income immigrant children in elementary school. Please consider bringing a pair of gently used or new athletic shorts in any size from three/four to fourteen/sixteen.

Cost: $36/family. Pre-registration required by Monday, March 19. Space is limited.
For more information, contact or 617-558-6440.

Shabbat Shabbang is part of a national Shabbat program created by JCC Manhattan and funded by The Gottesman Fund.