Celebrate Purim 2023 at CBI
Celebrate Purim with CBI’s incredible lineup of events – perfect for all ages! Enjoy a theatrical performance, a costume party, Megillah readings, and yummy Hamentashens. Bring the family and come to CBI to experience joyous music, captivating stories, and unforgettable festivities. Come join us in creating lasting memories this Purim season!
Sponsoring Mishloach Manot (“Purim Gift Baskets”) the most important fundraiser of the year for CBI’s Religious School. We count on you to participate in this important Purim mitzvah and support our children’s learning. Purchase a Mishloach Manot HERE
ChaiLife Purim of the Past (ages 20s,30s, 40s community)
Saturday, March 4, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm
ChaiLife’s Purim From Past is now going to be a 🏠 HOUSE PARTY! In Tustin, less than 5 minutes from CBI. Plenty of indoor and outdoor space. Location with RSVP only. DJ is still going to be spinning tunes. Modern Middle Eastern Street Food by Falasophy. And, it’s Purim, so count on delicious libations. And your costume no longer needs to be suitable for the Arctic. Win-win! Can’t wait to see you.
If you RSVP’d and haven’t received an email with the party location, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The location will be sent to you Saturday at the end of the Shabbat.
We need ALL RSVPs b4 Shabbat so that we can send you the address in time. Space is limited, RSVP now.
Family Purim Carnival
Sunday, March 5, 12:00 pm – 2 pm
Join CBI and USY as they host the annual Purim Carnival. Everyone in invited to to enjoy Purim carnival games, food, face painting, and much more. You won’t want to miss it! To learn more about becoming a sponsor, click HERE. To learn more about volunteering at the carnival, click HERE
Family celebration, Festive Dinner (RSVP required, form below) Megillah Reading, and Shpiel
Monday, March 6, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
All ages are invited to enjoy a rollicking fun Schpiel, costumes, Megillah reading, Hamentashens, and noisemakers.
Minyan, Megillah Reading, and Lunch
Tuesday, March 7, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
All are welcome for a second Megillah reading during morning services, followed by an delicious community lunch to mark the end of this joyous holiday!