From Talia Baurer ’15:
Ever wondered what it looks like when a Jewish holiday is dedicated to dressing up in costume and behaving like fools? This (belated) Purim, come to the Bayit to celebrate the facts that a) Jews still exist, b) we have a house, c) masks are fun, and d) MASKS ARE REALLY SUPER FUN GUYS. The Bayit is about to throw a party just like Bubbe used to make… except not at all like Bubbe used to make, unless you have a really cool bubbe. Optional but encouraged: wear costumes, or at least masks! Masks will be provided.
Date: Saturday, March 29
Time: 10 PM – 1:30 AM
Place: The Bayit (157 Church St.)
Interested in hearing the Megillah reading and/or coming to a great dinner/party? Come to the Wesleyan Chabad this Wednesday night to hear the story of Purim and for a great dinner! Costumes are encouraged, no RSVP required! Bring your friends, everyone is welcome.
Order of Events:
- Start with the Megillah reading.
- After that there will be a buffet fit for kings and queens!
- Sweet and Sour meatballs
- Chinese Chicken
- Franks and Blanks
- Salad Bar
- Roasted Potatoes
- Dessert buffet and more!
Date: Wednesday, March 7th
Place: Wesleyan Chabad, 34 High St
The Bayit and AEPi present a new way to celebrate the Jews’ deliverance from the villainous Haman (for whose three-corned hat we eat Hamantashen, above), as told in the biblical Book of Esther. Study up here, then get your freak on here:
Party time! Come to the Bayit this Saturday night for an awesome dance party and a second chance at Halloween! RAVE! BLACKLIGHTS! LASERS! FREE COOKIES! Yay Hamantaschen (a.k.a Purim cookies)!
And it’s a costume party so DRESS UP! See you then!
- Date: Saturday, March 26
- Time: 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM
- Place: The Bayit (157 Church)
- Cost: Free
- Myspace event: jk lol