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Sunday, October 6th
Jewish Families with Children
Chuck E. Cheese, 1000 Immokalee Rd.
1:30 pm

Join the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples and other Jewish families for some fun. Pay as you play.
Thursday, October 10th
PJ Library Tashlich & Beach Play Date
Sugden Regional Park
3 pm

The water is calm and roped off which is perfect for the little ones. Bring your favorite sand toys to share and meet other Jewish families at our next PJ Library event!
Friday, October 25th
Shabbat on the Beach
Lowdermilk Beach Park
6 pm

Join Temple Shalom for a beautiful Shabbat service on the beach. Bring your own picnic dinner to enjoy following the service.
Monday, November 11 - PJ Park Meet Up
3 PM, North Collier Park
Although children may be too young for some of the rituals associated with Yom Kippur, like fasting, there are still meaningful ways for them to get involved and learn about the holiday.

When you’re a good neighbor, you contribute to your community, make people happy, and turn the world into an all-around better place. These adorable, brightly illustrated stories are all about building community and friendship between neighbors.

Sukkot, the fall holiday of thanksgiving, starts five days after Yom Kippur and lasts for a week. The most popular tradition of Sukkot is building, decorating, and spending time (even sleeping!) inside a hut called a sukkah. This quick guide is chock-full of ideas for kids of all ages.

Since Simchat Torah is a joyful holiday, there are lots of wonderful ways to involve kids. Traditionally, families dance, decorate flags, and start the next annual cycle of reading. Here are seven ways to mark Simchat Torah with your family
Check out PJ Our Way’s choices for October! This month, travel back to Victorian London for an eleven-year-old chimney sweep’s fantasy-adventure; find out about the life of a world-famous fashion designer; follow a kid and his family as they escape the Nazis in France; or relate to a sixth-grade girl as she balances family, friends, and Hanukkah. No matter which of these awesome books your child picks, make sure your child chooses by October 10th!
In The Path of Names , main character Dahlia gets into some spooky situations at her Jewish summer camp. PJ Our Way National Content Team members Hanah, Nathalie, and Rylee got the chance to ask author Ari Goelman some serious and funny questions about it – watch the video to find out what he had to say!
Naples Senior Center at JFCS partners with PJ Library in Collier County to bring you free Jewish books each month. In addition, we offer emotional support counseling for children and families. Fees are on a sliding scale based on income. No one is denied services due to an inability to pay. For more information call 239-325-4444 or email info@naplesseniorcenter.org .