Friday, March 10, 2017

Scouts do Purim

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It's time for the happy holiday of Purim this weekend and Meitar will have lots of activities, some put on by the town's youth movements and others by Chabad. 


The first one was today, a Middle Ages-themed carnival dreamed up by our Scouts.


Their poster promised all kinds of fun and sure enough, many kids and parents showed up.


This impressive ride was called the witch hunt.


One Scout swings the "wagon" back and forth.  
You can enlarge the photo to get the idea.


Amazing how these Scouts create things like this out of only wood, rope, and rubber. 
I would never know how to lash those elements together securely enough to hold several people. 


I didn't understand what this one was meant to be.  Oh well. 


"The knights' carousel."


And inside the courtyard of the Scouts' den there were entertainers on stage singing, bouncy castles, snacks, and drinks.  
Many kids and even some grown-ups were dressed up in Purim costumes and everyone was having a good time.
Happy Purim! 
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4 comments:

William Kendall said...

That's a different way to have fun! Have a good weekend, Dina!

Alice said...

Every one is going to have a fun time Dina

Hels said...

Very cool fun! My grandchildren also have great Purim costumes.. but I wonder if all these children know what Purim is about.

Sandi said...

I love the history of Purim.