Activities for Holidays and Bar/Bat Mitzvah
BAR/BAT MITZVAH ACTIVITIES
For class groups:
A guided tour for children and their parents, with the theme: coming of age in the shadow of war; followed by a workshop for parents and children together.
For family groups:
A guided tour of the museum exhibits for the Bar/Bat Mitzvah child and members of the extended family, enabling an encounter with the family’s own stories of the past. At the conclusion of the visit, the family can hold a private ceremony in one of the museum’s halls.
Bar\Bat Mitzvah for Grandparents
All Bar/Bat Mitvah programs can include a prayer service at the museum's synagogue T'filat Adam.
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Rosh Hashana and Sukkot: "Butterflies Color Memory" - a workshop that is part of an international project of coloring butterflies to honor the 1.5 million Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust. The project’s goal is to collect 1.5 million hand-crafted butterflies—one for each child victim.
Chanukah: “Pictures of Light” – expression through creativity workshops.
Passover: Bar/Bat Mitzvah activities for parents and children.
Holocaust Remembrance Day: guided tours of the museum exhibits and special activities for the public.
Summer vacation: annual exhibition of children’s works from the museum’s educational activities and the Expression through Creativity workshops.