|Stay after Religious School for lunch followed by the program.
12:00 – 2:30: Puppets and Stories for the Whole Family!
For school-aged kids and their parents – all are welcome
After lunch at noon we’ll enjoy stories and puppetry on cherished Jewish themes, such as tzedakah, tikkun olam and mitzvot. We will then make our own puppets and come together or a final story with the characters we’ve created.
2:30 – 3:15: snacks and schmooze with your friends and neighbors
3:15 – 5:00: Listening, Telling and Building Your Story
Adult workshop (ages 13 and up)
A chance to share and learn about ourselves, other, our faith – and how we are connected. Join us for this participatory workshop on transforming memories – of our families, histories, recipes and adventures – into stories. Through group, partner and individual activities, we will learn to be storytellers and story listeners. For those who wish to share, we’ll close with a round-up of stories from the group, with Marilyn as emcee.
|Admission to the entire program is free but materials are limited. For questions, email email@example.com To RSVP and reserve your places, email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|In recognition of the devotion of alumni to Temple Beth-El, Judy and Art Fredman|
|TBE is delighted to host this event featuring nationally acclaimed storyteller, puppeteer, author and educator Marilyn Price. Marilyn regularly performs for adults and children where she interweaves important themes of social justice and Jewish teachings. She has been an Artist in Residence in schools, museums, libraries, adult learning retreats and camps across the country. She is also a frequent guest teller on National Public Radio and the author of numerous books. In 2015, Marilyn was honored by her hometown with the Mayor’s Award for the Arts for her outstanding work in the community as well as her mastery of her craft in helping others bring joy and learning to their environment.|