The Jewish Children’s Museum is preparing for its very own Hakhel event, gathering together thousands of Jewish people from the Crown Heights Community and the tri-state area.
The fourth annual Kosher day taking place this Sunday, October 18, is packed with fun surprises and activities to please the whole family! During the event there will be a special program for the safety and peace in Eretz Yisrael.
”With this year’s new ‘JCrafts Kosher Chocolate Factory’ children will have the chance to experience the entire chocolate making process- from the bean to a tasty chocolate bar!” says Mendel Rosenfeld, Kosher Day event manager.
There will be ongoing live Uncle Moishy shows throughout the day. Bring your family and friends to snap a picture with Klein’s original 1950’s ice cream truck. Enjoy Challah braiding and catch a glimpse of a 6 foot Challah!
Other attractions include face painting, photo booth, food tasting from over 20 major kosher companies, NYPD rock climbing, JCM miniature golf, balloon sculpting and many more exciting surprises.
Uncle Moishy will begin performing inside the Museum at 12:30pm and his last show will be at 4:15pm. The JCrafts Kosher Chocolate Factory will have shows beginning at 12:45pm, and the last show will be at 4:30 pm. The show ticket times will be given out on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Please note street closures from 7:00 am on Sunday morning October 18th: 2 blocks on Kingston Avenue will be blocked off, from President Street up until Eastern Parkway. The service lane on Eastern Parkway (on the side of 770) between Kingston Ave. and Albany Ave. will be closed off as well.
Kosher Day tickets can be purchased on the day of the event. The entrance fee is $6 per person which includes all activities for the whole day including shows. Special gift for the first 300 visitors.