Downtown Young Families visits Hill House

Saturday, April 9 2016, 5:00 pm

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Join the Vilna's Downtown Young Families group for a fun evening at the Hill House, a community center on Beacon Hill. The evening will feature pizza dinner, Purim arts and crafts, Havdalah with song-leader Ben Lovenheim, and open play. Please bring basketballs, beanbags, hula hoops and any other fun games.

 

Hill House is a non-profit community center offering programs, summer camp, events and outreach to children and their families in Boston located at 74 Joy Street in Boston's historic Beacon Hill.

 

$36/family, includes kosher-style pizza dinner . Kosher and non-dairy options available upon request.

Please register using the sidebar to the right. If on a mobile device, please hold vertically and registration will be at the bottom. 

Please include the number of individuals in your party with names and ages. 

 

Please note that this event is not at the Vilna Shul but rather at Hill House, 74 Joy Street, Boston.

 

Vilna’s Young Families Committee Chairs
Liza Schneiderman
Lori Sidman
Robyn Riseberg, MD

Vilna’s Young Families Committee
Abby Fierman and Mike Grossman
Margi Gad and Daniel Bley
Claudia Granville
Rebecca Koenigsberg and Ron Hibshoosh
Aliza and Judson Samuels
Aliza and Matthew Schneller
Geraldine and Gabe Sunshine
Rachel Swanson
Nicole Zatlyn and Jason Weiner
Ilana Braun and Jed Weiss

 

Validated parking is available for only $5 at the Charles River Plaza/Cambridge Street Garage at 165 Cambridge Street. Please note that this is NOT the outdoor lot at the Whole Foods, but the garage immediately after the Whole Foods lot before the Au Bon Pain. You should receive a green parking ticket that will need to be stamped at The Vilna. The Vilna is also accessible on all MBTA lines. For parking, driving, walking and public transport directions, please visit the location page on our website.

Please email events@vilnashul.org or call (6127) 523-2324 with questions.

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