Senesh L’Kulam (Senesh for everyone) is programming that is open to our greater Brooklyn Jewish community and beyond! We host holiday celebrations, diverse family programming and multicultural events, community dinners, and more!
Check this page often for updates or sign-up for our community newsletter to stay in the know!
Enjoy step-by-step Hanukkah-themed art stations for projects such as:
Picture Frame Decorating, Canvas Art, Watercolor Cards, Mobiles, Dreidel Painting & Battling, Sun Catchers, Tzedakah Box Making, Menorah Making, and More! Plus, cozy up in our Book Nook for story time and join in on a rousing Hanukkah song session!
This event is open to the greater Brooklyn Jewish community—invite your friends and family!
RSVPs in advance are required, photo IDs checked at the door. Security will be on premises.
COST: $5 per child over 2 years old to be paid at the door (no charge for parents/caregivers)
This event is held in partnership with:
B’ShERT, Camp Zeke, Dirah, Fig Tree, Flatbush Jewish Center, Gan Menachem Kiddie Korner Preschool, Habonim Dror Camp Galil, JCC Brooklyn Summer Camp, Jews in All Hues, Jewish Agency for Israel, Kane Street Synagogue, Park Slope Jewish Center, Perlman Camp, PJ Library, Ramah Berkshires, Repair the World, Sprout Brooklyn, The Multitudes, Tkiya Music, and UJA-Federation NY (Partnerships in Formation)
QUESTIONS? Email Jamie Maxner, Strategic Partnerships & Community Engagement Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
TRAVEL TIP: Senesh is easily accessible via public transit, located directly above the Carroll Street F/G subway station.
While you are celebrating we invite you to see our beautiful school and learn about our admissions process on a brief tour with Dana Goldberg, our Director of Enrollment. Please sign up at the check in table and/or let a Senesh community member know you are interested.
Check back here often as we add new events and share more details and registration links.
Sunday, January 7 | 1:00-3:00pm—Jewish Summer Camp Showcase (co-sponsored with PJ Library)
January 14-15 | Multiple Shifts—MLK Weekend of Service with Repair the World
Sunday, January 28 | 10:00am-12:00pm—Tu BiShvat Celebration
Sunday, March 24 | 10:00am-12:00pm—Purim Carnival
Tuesday, May 14 | 5:00-7:00pm—Yom Ha’atzmaut Festival