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Purim: The Holiday of Living Dangerously: March 2

Purim is a big celebration. But the underlying themes of Purim are complex. How do Esther, Mordekhai, and the Jewish people find their way through the danger of Ahashverosh’s kingdom? And, what might we learn from the lessons they have left us? Join Rabbi Rubenstein to explore the story of Purim and what it can teach us today. Free and open to the community.

EPIC: March 4

Place your bets on the fundraising event of the year — NEXTGen Detroit’s EPIC! We’re rolling out the red carpet and ushering you into our glittering casino featuring all the classic table games, roulette, slots and so much more. It’s all for fun, of course, with prizes and giveaways.

The Great Big Hamentashen Bake: March 5

Please join us to make and take Hamentashen as the Lipton Family dedicates the BB KITCHEN OF HOPE at AISH. Each family will go home with 2 dozen ready to bake hamantaschen.

JGrand: Bubbies, Zaydies, and Grandbabies Playgroup! March 7 – April 25

The popular playgroup series Bubbies, Zaydies, and Grandbabies will continue for a six week session in March and April! The classes will be held on Tuesdays 10:30 ​AM -11:30 AM, on March 7, March 14, March 21, April 11, April 18 and April 25. At Bubbies, Zaydies and Grandbabies, grandparents and grandkids play together, sing songs, enjoy an interactive story time, and meet new friends. This series is taught by former West Bloomfield 1st grade teacher, Sarah Sherman. Sarah co-created the original and very popular Bubbies, Zaydies and Babies class. Best for children ages 2 – 5 years.

ASIST Training: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training | March 13 – 14

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day interactive workshop that teaches how to recognize when someone may be at risk of suicide and how to work with them to keep them safe.