As Rosh Hashanah approaches, families throughout the area are looking for meaningful and interactive ways to help celebrate the New Year. This year, Temple Beth-El in Great Neck is inviting all families from the surrounding area to the free and interactive family event “Rosh Hashanah Under the Trees.” Focused on creating an outdoor celebration for families with children of all ages, the event will be held in the Jonathan L. Lelpi Firefighters Park in Great Neck on September 28 at 4:00 p.m.
The gathering will include live music, inspirational stories and spiritual experiences that will celebrate the holiday and provide a new venue for families to gather and celebrate the meaning of the holiday. The Temple Beth-El clergy will lead the celebration and provide a special experience for families looking to come together in a meaningful way during this time of year.
Although Jewish in nature, the spiritualism of this unique event is universal in content and will help to share its message of hope, help and understand between all races, denominations and creeds.
Temple Beth-El is opening the event and its doors to anyone who would like to attend and learn more about the holiday, Jewish life and its community.
Should it rain, the event will be held at Temple Beth-El in Great Neck.
To register for the event visit: www.tbegreatneck.org
Jennie Abrams – Rosenberg