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Teva Nature Club - Tu B'Shevat Activities
Teva Nature Club for Young Families celebrates Tu B'Shevat - the Birthday of the Trees!
Join us at January's meet-up for a combination of indoor and outdoor activities celebrating nature. We'll start inside with nature-oriented crafts, planting seeds, and more...and then we'll venture outside to explore the trees and see what we can see!
Geared toward families with pre-school age children -- all are welcome!
This event is FREE, but RSVPs are requested to TevaNatureClub@gmail.com.
More About Temple Emunah
The roots of Temple Emunah stretch back to the beginning of the 20th century. A small group of Jewish families formed the East Lexington Hebrew Congregation in 1911, and together the families built an Orthodox synagogue on Sylvia Street - Temple B'nai Jacob. The current temple opened in 1963 and, many years and $5.5 million in fundraising later, the temple opened a major addition to the original building.