Thursday, March 11, 8-9 p.m.
For parents new to Morris County with children age 3 and under.
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Welcome to PJ Library Greater MetroWest NJ. PJ Library is a free program that mails your child a wonderful, age-appropriate Jewish children’s book or CD every month. PJ Library is available to any family raising Jewish children from 6 months through 8 years old, whether affiliated, unaffiliated, interfaith, or non-traditional.
PJ Library in Greater MetroWest NJ is more than just the books! Once you subscribe you’ll be in the loop on all the Jewish holiday celebrations, mitzvah activities, and special programs we host throughout the year. You’ll also have access to our constantly updated JFamily Calendar and receive our monthly e-newsletter filled with information on family events and resources throughout the Greater MetroWest NJ area. Events are open to all and are a great way to connect with other families.
Children with special needs who are older than 8 who would benefit from our books are also welcome to receive a PJ Library subscription. Call (973) 929-3128 to enroll.
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We know you’ll look forward to receiving your monthly PJ Library surprise as much as your kids do! And don’t forget to tell all your friends.
PJ Library in Greater MetroWest is a gift from our lead donors The Ted (z"l) and Maxine Murnick Family, generous local donors, and The Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
Sunday, March 21, 3-4 p.m.
Get ready for Passover and join your Greater MetroWest family in this interactive seder experience featuring some of your favorite PJ Library recording stars. We'll sing old and new tunes, explore the seder plate, review the blessings, the questions, and so much more! Performers include Nefesh Mountain, Joanie Leeds, Rick Recht, Shira Kline, Ellen Allard, Elana Jagoda, Rabbi Josh Warshawsky, and Eliana Light.
Like many parents, Maxine and Ted z’l Murnick loved reading to their children when they were young because “we thought this was wonderful together time,” says Maxine. “Reading, education, and family were always so important to our parents,” says daughter Lee Murnick, “and that has been passed on to the next generation.”