Like any other year, September brings a fresh start to school-aged children across the nation. However, back-to-school in 2020 looks a little different for everyone. Some schools are implementing hybrid learning, while others adopt an all-virtual classroom setting. With the stress of our ever-changing "new normal," PJ Library is bringing families some fun this September to help lighten the mood and connect Jewish families with friends.
Scubi Jew, Josh Keller, Teaches Students to Act on Tikkun HaYam
Kids 7-12 may have heard the term Tikkun Olam, but now they can take a deep dive into Tikkun HaYam -- repairing the sea -- with this PJ Our Way program. Students will learn about the Scubi Jew program, which operates as an offshoot or part of some college Hillels and explore ways to act on our responsibility to protect and repair the earth and its oceans. REGISTER
Rosh Hashanah Baking Class
Cook up something sweet and celebrate Rosh Hashanah! Join PJ Library in the Heart of New Jersey for an interactive baking session instructed by pastry chef, Tracy Wilk. All kids are welcome with their parents, grandparents, or guardians! REGISTER
Baby Yoga & Music in the Park for Rosh Hashanah
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with a relaxing yoga session in the park. You and your baby are welcome to join us for a safe and special physically distant baby yoga class with Yoga instructor (and mother of two), Danille Lazoff. We will explore the flow and meaning of the upcoming holidays through movement and music. REGISTER
PLUS: Don't forget to join the conversation and stay up to date with your kids' activities on our PJ Library Facebook page.