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Limmud Vancouver takes place at the King David High School, 41st and Willow.
Please Note:  Registration for Limmud is for the day’s activities.
There is no prior selection of individual sessions.  
All sessions are open to all registered participants until all seats are filled.
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Sunday, February 9 • 9:45am - 10:45am
To Be a Jew is to Give Thanks
We all believe that our children should be grateful for what they have and for what we have provided for them.   Yet, how many of us actually time out of our busy lives to really teach our children how to say thank you for what we have been given?   Join Lissa Weinberger from PJ Library as we spend an hour with our kids exploring what it means to be grateful and create a craft that will be a small reminder every day of how fortunate we are.  This program will include a story and craft to take home.

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Lissa Weinberger

Lissa Weinberger is the Manager of Jewish Education and Identity Initiatives at Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver as well as the Jewish Educator at the Jewish Community Centre.   She has been running PJ Library story and craft programs throughout the Lower Mainland for 5 years.


Sunday February 9, 2014 9:45am - 10:45am
Downstairs Room #1 King David High School