We could write all day about why we love our High Holy Days and our Shema Koleinu Jewish New Year services, but we figured there is no better way to tell you than to seek out one of our congregants to help tell the story! In this blog post, Melissa Ferber, from Weston, tells us why Shema Koleinu is her favorite place to be for the High Holy Days and for all her Jewish community connections. Continue reading →
Title: Mitzvah Makers New Member Welcome
Location: Victoria Isle Park – Weston Hills
Description: We can’t wait to welcome our new Mitzvah Makers this year so join us as we gather for a meet-and-greet – come have a bagel and a coffee, get to meet our senior Mitzvah Makers, and kick this year off right!
Our Mitzvah Makers are amazing! This year, we have a record 45 students registered for the new season. Every month, we meet for a social hour and to plan the upcoming events for the next 2 months. We support amazing initiatives like Jeans for Teens, Feeding the Homeless, Children’s Harbor, JAFCO and many more!
We’d love to have you join us for an amazing year!
Contact Cantor Debbi for more information!
Start Time: 11:30
End Time: 12:30
I’m so proud of our 2014/2015 Mitzvah Makers and all of the wonderful work they have done this year.
I have to say, the highlight of the year, however, has been the friendships and comraderie that has taken place in our wonderful group. Our kids LOVE to help others and they are having so much fun doing it. And at the same time, I’ve just fallen more in love with this group and what it stands for.
So proud of our young leadership – and looking forward to another wonderful year next year. Way to go, Mitzvah Makers! You have made me so proud!
See us in action in the Weston Sports & Activities magazine.
Cantor Debbi Ballard and edjewcation station will reveal the first-ever Jewish education mobile classroom in the country at this ribbon-cutting – reveal – Mitzvah Showcase!
For more information, visit www.rejewvenationshowcase.com.
Check out these awesome vendors at the showcase!
Chez Gourmet – www.chezgourmet.com
Temptations Catering & Event Planning – www.temptfl.com
Better Party Rentals – www.betterrentals.net
Artisan Foods – www.artisanfoodsinc.com
Life of the party – www.lifeofthepartyproductions.com
Dance Heads – www.danceheads.com
Max Booth – www.maxbooth.com
Florida Photo Booth – www.florida-photobooth.com
Potions and Motions – www.potionsinmotion.com
Graffiti Pop – www.graffiti-pop.com
Party Deco – www.partydecoinc.com
Cocktail Hour Entertainment – www.cocktailhourentertainment.com
Wendy J Studios – www.wendyjstudios.com
Cold Stone Creamery – www.coldstonesouthflorida.com
Event Studio Productions – www.eventstudioproductions.com
Cruise Planners (Norweigan) – www.cruiseplanners.com
Hyatt Place – www.hyatt.com
Green Capital Realty Advisors/Over the Top Catering – www.greencapitalrealty.com | www.overthetopcatering.com
Photography by Linzi – www.photographybylinzi.com
Courtyard by Marriot – www.marriott.com
SOR Entertainment – www.sorentertainment.com
Origami Owl – www.origamiowl.com
Donut Divas – www.donutdivas.com
Café a la Cart – www.cafealacarte.com
Express Café – www.expresskafeh.com
Traditions – www.traditionsjewishgifts.com
Catarina Merlot Macaroons
Mari Salon – Facebook Page
You’re Invited Invitations – Facebook Page
Dear Shema Koleinu families,
We are so excited to announce that our High Holy Day tickets are now on sale exclusively through Shema Koleinu, and if you purchase before July 31, you can save 10% on all ticket sales, saving a possible $40-50 per family!
We have another amazing year planned already and can’t wait to welcome you back and welcome new families as well, we are sure it’s going to be another amazing year! Of course, we are excited to return to The Miramar Cultural Center this year, and are already hard at work planning an incredible service for you.
The discount code, good until 7/31/14 is “hihoearly”
You can purchase your tickets here:
Last weekend, I traveled to Atlanta for a skater-boy themed Bar Mitzvah. I also had the opportunity to reconnect with a couple I married four years ago and meet their beautiful new baby. As if that wasn’t already a perfect weekend, I was fortunate enough to spend some quality bonding time with my sister, Nina Spiegel. One of the highlights of our time together was going apple picking at Mercier Orchards in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Apple picking with my sister brings back joyful memories from my childhood. It was a timely activity in preparation for Rosh Hashanah, as we eat apples dipped in honey to symbolize our wish for a sweet new year. Not only are they inexpensive and good for you, but they are delicious too!
Now that I have all these apples, the only question left is what to do with them. I wanted to share with you a childhood favorite recipe my mom always made for me – Apple Fritters:
If you have any favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes, please feel free to share by emailing email@example.com. We’ll post some of our favorites to the Shema Koleinu Facebook Page as it gets closer to the New Year. Remember to use the hashtag #skhiho13 when you post to Facebook and Twitter about the event.
I’m amazed that Rosh Hashanah is only a week away, but even more surprised that Yom Kippur is also just around the corner. We have a record number of people attending High Holiday Services this year, so if you haven’t yet bought your tickets, please do so as soon as possible. You can purchase tickets through Miramar Cultural Center’s website – http://bit.ly/14INXu0.
To purchase High Holy Day Services tickets through the Miramar Cultural Center, please visit http://bit.ly/14INXu0. And be sure to follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook, and contact Cantor Debbi Ballard directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have about this year’s High Holy Days and how you can get involved.