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    Motzei Shabbos Kids Night Out

    The Jewish Children's Museum of Crown Heights will be hosting an all-new series of Motzei Shabbos programs, exclusively for local children. Full Story

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    What about conflict of time with avos ubanim?
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    What about conflict of time with avos ubanim?
    wow
    Guest
    wow

    What a fantastic idea! Thank you.

    Yeah
    Guest
    Yeah

    Sounds great

    good idea
    Guest
    good idea

    for years ive been trying to suggest to the museum that they offer classes for local kids. but what about the toddlers??

    #1 my sentiments exactly
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    #1 my sentiments exactly
    nice
    Guest
    nice

    very nice looking forward

    Avos Ubanim
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    Avos Ubanim

    I agree #1 and #5, my boys can’t go as they take Avos Ubanim very seriously, boruch hashem…. a shame there is finally something fun and affordable for our kids…

    AGREE WITH  #1 and  #5
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    AGREE WITH #1 and #5

    I guess we have a wealth of options for the next few Motzei Shabbat evenings.
    However, our boy can’t skip Avos U’Bonim!!!

    thank you
    Guest
    thank you

    this will definitely help the “what can we do?” typically heard on motzai shabbos.
    thanks so much for organizing this!

    WOW!!
    Guest
    WOW!!

    This sounds really exciting!! I really like the idea-very refreshing!!!!

    To #1,5,7
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    To #1,5,7

    Not everyone in our town has an “Av” or an “Av” that can accompany him every Motzai Shabbos. Although they are welcome, it is an uncomfortable feeling. This is a great alternative.
    Its about time the museum continue its classes for [local] kids. My sons used to enjoy the workshops offered there a few years ago. Moreover, this is a great option for girls, too.

    What about the 5 year olds?
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    What about the 5 year olds?

    Can this programme also be for the 5 year old kids. Or is it only for older kids? Yasher Koach to making some good fun for the kids.

    to #4
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    to #4

    What about for toddlers? They should be put to bed!

    READ
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    READ

    to #13 yes toddlers could be put to bed early, they won’t understand these thing. as for Avos U’Banim – is a great program and its a shame if kids will quit it because of some FUN. maybe they can change the times. avos ubanim is for 7-8.

    What about teen programs?
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    What about teen programs?
    What about teen programs?
    Guest
    What about teen programs?

    Thank you for understanding the community’s needs and providing s/t affordable. Please make s/t for teens. Adolescents with too much free time on their hands should be our #1 priority.

    Melave Malka
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    Melave Malka

    Years ago, a father who had ‘lost’ one of his kids already consulted with my husband about chinuch and my husband asked him what the family did on motozei Shabbos. The answer was nothing much, maybe go out for pizza, watch a video. My husband suggested he lead a family melave malka with stories, songs. The father reported back that he did it and how marvelous it was. Too many parents look outward, out of the house, instead of inward. And then they blame “the system.” You brought your kids into the world; now it’s your privilege and responsibility to… Read more »

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