School @ TBI this Sunday. Each class will have time to visit the Hanukkah Bazaar.

You may send money with your child if you would like them to shop. We hope you will come, too. Here’s the deets:


Have you tried one of Claudia’s famous home made tamales? Or sampled delectable baked goods from Janna’s Conscious Kitchen? How about Syrian treats made by Ghaytha? Those are reason enough to stop by Temple B’nai Israel this Sunday morning. You can eat them on the spot, give as gifts, or freeze and add to your holiday meals.

Looking for unique holiday gifts? Vendors will be selling a variety of hand made goods including Cary’s wood carved Judaica, Martha’s ceramic pottery and hooked rugs, Rebecca’s colorful jewelry, and Emily’s water color paintings.

Running low on Hanukkah supplies? We’ll have all the basics: gift wrap, candles, dreidels, chocolate gelt, and more. Support our community of crafters and raise funds for the TBI endowment fund at this one-stop shopping opportunity.

Note – there will also be a representative for the 2020 Census at the Bazaar to answer questions and recruit people to be census workers (part time job, pays $20.50 an hour in Kalamazoo).

Leave a Reply