Brooklyn

Brownstone Brooklyn Tot Shabbat

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A fun way to celebrate Shabbat with other children.

When you boil it down, Tot Shabbat is really a combination of kids’ favorite things: music and food. What could be better? With our list of local Tot Shabbat hotspots, you’ll be able to do a comparative trial of the singing, grape juice, and challah. Shabbat Shalom!

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue (Reform)

Brooklyn Heights     Map It
Welcoming Shabbat
Time: 11:00 am, Fridays
Ages: 0-5 years with caregiver  
Price: Free
rabbi@bhsbrooklyn.org

Tot Shabbat               
Time: 9:30 – 10:30 am, 2nd Saturday of month
Ages: 2-5 years        
Price: Free
rabbi@bhsbrooklyn.org

Kane Street Synagogue (Conservative)

Cobble Hill     Map It
Mini Minyan                          
Time: 11:00 am – 11:45 pm, Saturdays
Ages: Toddler – Pre-K        
Price: Free
vlieber@kanestreet.org

Bialy Rock
Time: 10 – 10:45 am
Ages: 9 – 30 months        
Price: 6 sessons/$100 for non-members/$60 for members/$20 for drop-ins
vlieber@kanestreet.org

Congregation Beth Elohim (Reform)

Park Slope     Map It
Tot Shabbat
Time: 6:00 – 6:30 pm, 1st Friday of month
Ages: 0-5 years
Price: Free, followed by dinner that requires registration
sepstein@cbebk.org

Shir L’Shabbat                     
Time: 9:30 – 10:30 am, Saturdays
Ages: 0-3 years                               
Price: Free
sepstein@cbebk.org

Kolot Chayeinu (Non-denominational)

Park Slope     Map It
Shabbat with the Littles  
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 am, Saturdays
Ages: 3-5 years                    
Price: $360 for school year
oraatkolot@gmail.com

Park Slope Jewish Center (Conservative)

Park Slope     Map It
Mini Minyan                            
Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, Saturdays
Ages: 0-7 years
Price: Free
principal@psjc.org

Union Temple (Reform)

Prospect Heights     Map It 
Tot Shabbat                             
Time: 5:00 pm, 3rd Friday of month
Ages: 0-5 years                             
Price: Free
Uniontemple@uniontemple.org    

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