Purim at Kol Tzedek
Help bake hamantaschen or volunteer at the party!
We need many hundreds of hamantaschen and So. Many. Volunteers. We can't pull these festivities off without you! From setting up and breaking down the shpil, to face painting, to communal hamantaschen baking, there are so many ways to be a part of Purim. Volunteer here!
Don't see a hamantaschen baking day that works for you? We encourage you to bake a batch or two (or twenty) and bring them to any of the Purim events that you're attending. Many thanks! We can even provide the ingredients. Email Naomi Segal at email@example.com for details.
KT Presents: We Will Out-Dance Them! An Anti-Fascist Purim Bash
Saturday, March 16, 8pm - 12am
@ the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral (23 S 38th St, 19104)
The Cathedral and its bathrooms are fully wheelchair accessible!
Party - Benefit - Performance - All welcome! Costumes encouraged!
Featuring a behind-the-scenes look at auditions for "RANT: The Musical"!
A fundraiser for Familia Centeno-Delgado! All proceeds will support an amazing family seeking political asylum.
$5-$25 sliding scale, no one turned away!
Homemade hamantaschen and pupusas! Cash bar with fancy drinks!
8:00pm: Doors open
8:30pm: Shpil (political theater)
9:30pm: Klezmer dancing with the KT Simcha Band and Compas 48
10:30pm: DJ sets with DJ Lex!
To find out more about KT's work with La Familia Centeno-Delgado, please click here.
Costume Parade, Ma'ariv, & Megillah Reading
Wednesday, March 20, 5:30pm - 8pm
@ Calvary Center for Culture & Community (801 S 48th St, 19143)
We are the people of the book! Come celebrate Purim dressed as your favorite literary character. We'll read the Whole Megillah, and then some (mostly in Hebrew, with a little Klingon!). Think Dickens, Harry Potter, Goodnight Moon, Hunger Games, Magic Tree House, &c.
Join us for a festive Purim evening for all ages. Graggers will be provided. BYOB
5:30pm Light Dinner
6:00pm Costume Parade and Ma'ariv
6:30pm Hebrew Megillah Reading
Purim Thursday Morning Minyan
Thursday, March 21, 7:30am - 9am
@ Kol Tzedek (707 S 50th St, 19143)
It's a mitzvah to hear the Megillah twice, once in the evening and once in the morning. Join us for Purim Edition of Thursday Morning Minyan, including an abbreviated Megillah reading. It promises to be extra festive!