Atlanta Purim Parade and Festival
The 28th-annual Purim Parade, organized by Congregation Beth Jacob, took over Lavista Road once again, with fun floats from dozens of groups on March 17. The parade was dedicated to law enforcement and was led by Jack Lumpkin, Dekalb County public health chief, and included special police vehicles. Then it was festival time, with activities for all ages, including face painting, slides, swings, photo booths and more.
Purim 2019 – Enjoy this amazing video performed by our congregants and staff. Chag Purim Sameach!
פורסם על ידי Congregation Etz Chaim ב- יום חמישי, 21 במרץ 2019
Etz Chaim’s Got Talent
Etz Chaim’s Got Talent was the theme of the Marietta synagogue’s Purim celebration March 20 that attracted 175 people, complete with a “green room” of dairy appetizers for adults and another holding station – the library – with pizza for families with children. Talented children and adults performed in the library, including a magician and adult brothers with their record-setting talent of flipping M&Ms from one’s ear to the other’s mouth. Members acted as the celebrity judges of “America’s Got Talent” and a Purim spoof of “The Greatest Showman” became “The Greatest Shul.”