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Apr 11 2013

Welcome to Kveller, Baltimore

By at 11:38 am

baltimore city nightIf you’re reading this from Charm City, then Kveller has some great news for you. We’re very excited to announce the launch of the brand new Kveller Baltimore site. It’s got everything that’s made Kveller a hit worldwide, but with some added bonuses just for the Jewish families of Baltimore, Maryland.

So what does this mean? If you live in Baltimore, every time you visit the Kveller homepage you’ll be automatically taken to the Kveller Baltimore site (isn’t the internet magical?). There, you’ll find all the blog posts, recipes, holiday ideas, and updates from actress Mayim Bialik that bring Jewish parents to Kveller every day, but you’ll also find an entire calendar of events for young Jewish kids in the Baltimore area as well as extensive localĀ resources. Whether you’re looking for a mohel, preschool, day school, synagogue, kosher supermarket, or great place to drag your kids on a rainy day, Kveller Baltimore has you covered.

We’re very thankful to the Center for Jewish Education and THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore for championing this new project. We spend a lot of time reaching out to Jewish families online, but it really makes us kvell when Jewish parents interact with other Jewish parents and organizations in a meaningful way, in real life too.

We’d like to welcome all our new readers coming to us from Baltimore. We’re super excited to have you as part of our Kveller community and hope you make yourself at home. As a bonus, here’s Mayim Bialik with a special welcome message:

If you don’t live in Baltimore, and are interested in having this program in your community, please get in touch with us atĀ info@kveller.com.


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