Posts by Isaac Chartoff:
Friday, June 21, 5:30-7pm, John J. Lane Park, 165 Speen Street, Natick
Kick off summer with a relaxing, social Shabbat and Silly Sally’s bubble show with other local families. Come for the bubbles, stay for the picnic, including challah, grape juice, pizza and salad. Bring your own picnic blanket. For families with children 0-6 years.
Cost is $15/family. Register at bostonjcc.org/bubblepicnic.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and join our local Facebook group.
Combined Jewish Philanthropies and the Israeli American Council invite you and your organization to be part of an immersive musical experience that will bring together thousands of people and quite literally lift up voices across our community.
On Sunday, June 2, from 3:00-6:00 p.m., at House of Blues, Lansdowne Street, Boston, join us for an interactive concert with Koolulam, the world-famous singing sensation from Israel. We need your help spreading the word about Celebrate Israel in your organization, and among friends and family.
Koolulam believes that musical harmony inspires harmony in humanity and evokes a powerful sense of hope. We’re excited to welcome them to the U.S. for this beautiful and thrilling sensory experience to celebrate Israel’s 71st Independence Day.
At the event, we’ll learn a three-part arrangement of a song and then perform it. (Don’t worry, no experience is necessary.) Koolulam will capture the music and magic in a video for all to share on social media.