A Puppet Passover

with Jen Miriam Altman and Melita Silberstein (from Octopretzel)
Friday, March 26 | 4-5pm | on Zoom
$20 per family
Co-sponsored by Chochmat HaLev, 
 JCC East Bay, and PJ Library

In this epic, interactive show, Passover songs are interspersed with an interactive telling of the Passover story. Kids bang their hammers, jump like frogs with Pharoh, dance with scarves, and play along on their own instruments. The whole family celebrates together as Moses and Miriam lead everyone across the red sea and into freedom!  Dayenu!

Jen Miriam Altman has spent the last 30 years working as a preschool teacher, early childhood mental health therapist, music teacher, birth doula, childbirth educator, and mom. She brings joy to kids and adults with her puppet shows, Tot Shabbats and High Holiday services. She has toured in California and Oregon performing puppetry and music with various bands including Octopretzel, Kid Kaleidoscope, and the Sippy Cups. Currently, she is the East Bay Program Director for the Jewish Baby Network.

Melita Silberstein has worked as a music specialist for young children for over 15 years. She is based in Berkeley and currently teaches music classes in several preschools and other venues for families in the Bay Area. She holds a degree in eco-psychoplogy from the Naropa Institute and a certification in early childhood education. She has received training in an array of teaching modalities including Waldorf, Music Together and Orff Schulwerk. She is the founding member of Octopretzel.  


Mar 26 2021


4:00 pm
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