Fall 2021 Events
PJ Library and PJ Our Way event:
Community Chanukah Party & Lantern Walk
Sunday, Dec. 5, starting at 4:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Shalom (1322 E. 30th Ave.)
Join fellow Jewish and interfaith families for an early evening walk that celebrates Chanukah’s timeless theme of light in the darkness. Families who RSVP and provide, in advance, proof of vaccination against COVID-19 for all family members 12 and older may attend. (If either congregation has your vaccine status on file already, no need to submit it again.) Make your Mason jar lanterns on site! All the necessary materials will be provided.
Along the lantern walk path there will be a Chanukah Story Walk with pages of the lovely PJ Library book Chanukah Lights Everywhere laminated and posted to read as you go. There will also be Chanukah treats for everyone.
We hope you can join us for this magical event!
Questions? Contact SAJFS at 509-747-7394 or email@example.com.
What is PJ Library?
PJ Library sends free, award-winning books that celebrate Jewish values and culture to families with children 6 months through 8 years old.
How do I sign up?
Signing up is free, easy, and takes less than 3 minutes. Join today!
Can older kids receive books?
Kids ages 9-12 can join PJ Our Way™ to choose their own free chapter books! Kids in both age groups? Sign up for both!
What is PJ Our Way?
PJ Our Way is an extension of the much-beloved PJ Library program for kids from 9 to 12 years old! Instead of having a predetermined book sent to them each month, PJOW kids can choose one of several monthly book options, so they can customize the program to their tastes!
Like PJ Library, PJOW is free to families, and PJ Library alumni (children who have aged out of PJ’s 0-8 age range) are highly encouraged to enroll! There’s currently no limit to how many kids the Inland Northwest can include in this program, so we’re very excited to present it to the community!
Click here for more information about PJOW!
PJ Library and PJ Our Way programs and subscriptions are brought to you by
the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, George Kohn (Z”L),
and Spokane Area Jewish Family Services.