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Matzah house craft

Building a matzah house can be both a fun project for the little ones and it can double as a centerpiece for seder. You can use your imagination and creativity to create a house as simple or elaborate as you please. The best part is, you probably have most of the ingredients in your pantry…

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Bar Mitzvah Reverb

I have to say, there are some cool things about living in Seattle. It doesn’t ever reach 120 degrees, the greenery is amazing and nobody ever cares what you wear, how fancy your car is or what label is on your newest handbag. That said, bar mitzvah planning is a totally different animal out here….

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Kids & Teens too Events April

Ongoing: Club J at the Valley of the Sun JCC Provides after-school programming ranging from sports to cooking and crafts to Israeli culture and more for those in K-8. Transportation from nearby schools available. Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center, 12701 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. 480-634-4949 or youth@vosjcc.org, vosjcc.org. J Care at the East…

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A couple of couples who met at camp

Many couples have met and fallen in love at a Jewish summer camp. Here are two couples’ special stories of how they met their perfect match “one summer at camp…” Alison and Michael Feinberg Michael Feinberg had been going to Camp Ramah in California since he was 11 years old. The first year he missed…

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The MIM is a kid-friendly, world-class museum

The Musical Instrument Museum is more than just a world-class museum. It is also a very kid-friendly museum. Throughout the year, the MIMkids programs offer age-appropriate music and movement activities for ages 10 and under. There is also a program for kids in grades 6-12 to learn how to become junior museum guides. For ages…

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Funding available to campers

Jewish Community Foundation offers need-based summer camp scholarships – deadline is March 6. The Jewish Community Foundation has limited, need-based scholarships available for Jewish children from Maricopa County to attend Jewish summer camp in the United States. Scholarship requests should be “last resort” funds, supplementing financial aid provided by the camp, family, synagogue and all…

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Camp Directory

DAY CAMPS AZ on the Rocks 16447 N 91st St #105, Scottsdale 480-502-9777 • azontherocks.com Our high energy, well-qualified counselors will help your child build new friendships, discover new interest and improve self-esteem, all in an inviting environment. No experience is required. AZ on the Rocks camps focus on movement, physical activity and having fun….

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Kids and Teens too Events March

March 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31 Mommy & Me Rock Shabbat at Temple Kol Ami Early Childhood Center, 15030 N 64th St., Scottsdale from 9-10:30 am. Teacher-led class for moms and their children ages infant to 2 years. Moms connect and share experiences while their children learn and grow. Classes are just $5 per…

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