Join us for an Outdoor Shabbat park meet up at Turkey Thicket Playground and Spray Park. Come meet your neighbors, let the kids burn some energy and enjoy some Yummy snacks. All family members over 2 years old must be wearing masks at all times. PRE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Come out and meet your fellow Jfamily neighbors at Lafayette Rec Center (5900 33rd St. NW, near Lafayette Elementary School). All family members over 2 years old must be wearing masks at all times. PRE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
This program is brought to you by the Edlavitch DCJCC and funded by The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and The United Jewish Endowment Fund.
Join us for an Outdoor meet up/hike at The National Arboretum to celebrate Independence Day Observed. Come meet your neighbors, let the kids burn some energy and enjoy some yummy snacks. Meet in front of the Arbor House Gift Shop building.
“You need to eat four more pieces!” . . . “Bedtime NOW” . . . “NO! I do it!” If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. Power struggles are maddening for parents, and, it turns out, not good for children either. Putting these struggles in a developmental context, this workshop will provide strategies for how to encourage your child’s growing need to assert independence while still maintaining your control and authority. Struggles around mealtime, potty training, cooperation and others will be addressed. Led by Claire Lerner, licensed clinical social worker and child development specialist.
How do I welcome my baby into the Jewish community? What’s a mohel and how do I find one? How are the welcoming rituals similar and different for boys and girls? When and how do I announce the baby’s name? Join EDCJCC Children and Families staff Lindsay Kagin and Miriam Szubin — who have welcomed two girl and three boy babies between them — for a virtual workshop on Jewish rituals, traditions, and options for a bris (a Jewish religious male circumcision ceremony) and simchat bat (celebration of a daughter). You’ll walk away with information, resources, and connections to a community of other parents-to-be of Jewish babies.