Saturday March 5th, 9am-11am
Hamentashen Making Party
Learn to make hamentashen with fellow congregants. No baking experience required, and we'll provide the ingredients. Please bring your own rolling pin! Space in the Temple kitchen is limited, so RSVP here to reserve your spot.
Saturday, March 11th, 5:30pm-8:30pm
Calling Your Favorite Family Recipe
(Or Any Recipe, Really....)
Beginning at 5:30pm on Saturday, March 11th, we'll come together in costume to nosh and laugh. Bring a dish (or three!) to share during the congregational Purim potluck. Please remember that we are a nut-free building. Hamentashen will be provided, but the rest is up to you! For planning purposes, complete our Potluck Organizing Form.
Forgot A Costume? We've got you covered.
Stop by one of the craft stations in the Social Hall during the Purim potluck to design a ready-to-wear mask or crown for the spiel.
Shake those groggers!
Join us at 6:30pm (after the potluck) for a lively Purim spiel and service. Bring Mac & Cheese boxes to shake & then donate. Wear a costume, and enjoy a silly night of fun for all ages!
Hamen's Watering Hole
Brotherhood's pour-im bar will have alcoholic drinks available for adults, and a separate juice bar for kids and those who prefer non-alcoholic beverages.
It is a Purim tradition to create care packages, called Mishloach Manot, for loved ones or those in need. Therefore, Temple Beth Shalom is having a school supplies drive for recently resettled refugee children attending summer learning programs here in Austin! We'll be organizing donated supplies into Mishloach Manot packages on Saturday, March 11 during the evening's Purim festivities. Check out our website to find out what supplies to donate. Drop off any supplies in the labeled donation bin located in the Temple's lobby. Don't have time to stop by the store? Don't worry! You can buy the items online from our Donation Drive Amazon Wishlist directly from your phone or couch! Contact Lisa Pilgrim for more details.