One of the most joyous and fun holidays in the Jewish calendar, Purim is a thankful affirmation of Jewish survival against all odds.
The festival is celebrated by a typically lively reading of the Megillah (the Scroll of Esther), which tells of the time when the Jewish people living in Persia were saved from extermination.
Sunday 5th March, 10am – 1pm
Kids Purim Carnival –
A huge family fun day featuring jumping castles, face painting, petting zoo and megillah reading. With a sausage sizzle, popcorn, fairy floss plus coffee for the parents. A free event thanks to our kind donors.
Monday 6th March, 6:15pm
Purim Service and Spiel – The Elvis Megillah!
Tuesday 7th March, 5:30pm
Reading of Megillat Esther
Following the Megillah reading and Seudat Purim (festive meal) – a falafel feast catered by our friends at Falafel Omisi – $10 (RSVP for catering purposes), be part of the action and respond if you dare to silly, Purim flavoured conundrums like:
“Would you rather fight 10 duck-sized horses or 1 horse-sized duck?”
“If you could have just one breakfast carb for the rest of your life would it be a croissant, bagel or doughnut?”