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New Year resolution: give my kids a Jewish education!

FIRST TASTE PROGRAM

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  • Chabad Hebrew School will be opening its famous "First Taste" program--known for its fun, interactive, and hands-on flavor!
  • These two 4 week sessions are a great way to introduce your child to Judaism with Jewish holidays, Hebrew Aleph Bet, songs, crafts, and so much more.
  • All classes will take place on Sundays
    from 10:00am-12:00pm
    for kids ages 3-6
    @ Chabad of Westboro, 54 South Street, Westborough.

email dvora@chabadwestboro.org for more information

THEME:

"My Jewish Body Parts"

DATES:

First Session: January 10, 17, 24, February 7

Second Session: February 28, March 6, 13, 20

Note: classes will not be held on January 31 (Teacher's conference day), and February 14 and 21 (President's week break)

RATES:

$120 per session

Register for a full session before Monday, January 4, and pay $100 per session

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Chabad Hebrew School meets every Sunday between Sept. 22th, 2014, and June 7th, 2015, unless otherwise indicated, at 276 Turnpike Rd, Westboro, Route 9 Eastbound (upstairs from the Whiz Store and Landry's Bicycles)

 
 

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