Purim at the JCC – Squirrel Hill & South Hills

March 17, 2019

Purim at the JCC – Squirrel Hill & South Hills

Squirrel Hill: The Snyder Family Purim Carnival: SUPER PURIM!

Sunday, March 17, 2019 • 1-3 PM
JCC Squirrel Hill, 5738 Forbes Avenue

Superhero Adventures

  • Fantastic games!
  • Awesome prizes
  • 5-in-1 bounce house with super slide and obstacle course
  • Delicious foods for sale in Vashti’s food court
  • Marvelous mask making
  • Duck pond
  • Super entertainment – Magician, Mike the Balloon Guy
  • DJ and photo booth
  • Make your own hamentashen
  • Airbrush tattoo artistry
  • Create your own noisemaker


Wear your costume & get 5 extra prize tickets!

  • Unlimited Play Bracelet: 1/$10; 2/$18; 3/$26
  • Tickets: 4/$1.
  • Children under 2 are free
  • $2 off Unlimited Play Bracelets
  • Skip the line! VIPs get early access to the carnival at 12:45 PM
  • VIP Bracelets can be picked up in the Palm Court on the day of the Carnival
  • 1 chance to skip the game lines

VIP advanced Ticket Sales: Call 412-697-3540 to reserve by Friday, March 8

Questions: Jamie Scott, 412-697-3520

South Hills: Community Purim Carnival

Sunday, March 17, 2019, 12:15-2:30 PM
South Hills JCC • 345 Kane Boulevard

  • Carnival Games & Prizes
  • Inflatable Obstacle Course & Slide
  • Moon Bounce
  • Balloon Artist
  • Pizza, Hamentaschen, Salad, Veggies & Snacks
  • PJ Library Quiet Corner
  • Face Painting

Food and admission are FREE. Games and Activities require Unlimited Game Bracelet.

  • AVOID THE LINES! $8 Special Advance Bracelet Pricing Thru Sunday, March 10
  • $10 Bracelet Pricing Monday, March 11 through the Carnival on Sunday, March 17

Bracelets can be purchased at the South Hills JCC or online at southhillsjewishpittsburgh.org

Presented by JCC of Greater Pittsburgh, Beth El Congregation, Temple Emanuel, Chabad of the South Hills, PJ Library, The Carnegie Shul, Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, and South Hills Jewish Pittsburgh.

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