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Sunday, December 8


Reinventing Shabbat: Making It Meaningful for Your Family
As Jewish parents, we picture our perfect Shabbat, but it is sometimes hard to make it real. How can we introduce new things that might differ from how we grew up? How do we meet the individual needs of family members? How do we make it both lively and meaningful, even if we are exhausted and the kids are melting down?


Alison Lobron

Alison A. Lobron is an educator with experience in public schools, as well as private and informal settings. She teaches the Nitzanim program for preschool children at Congregation Dorshei Tzedek in West Newton. Alison is passionate about making Judaism meaningful to children and families through music, stories, and real-life experiences.

Sunday December 8, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
Classroom 11