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‘Frozen’ Fun for Families at the Mandell JCC

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The Mandell JCC in West Hartford will hold a family-friendly ‘Frozen’ party on Jan. 3, 2016. 

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Submitted by Larah Winn, Mandell JCC

The Mandell JCC invites children to dress as their favorite character from Frozen, join in a wonderland of activities and sing-along with the Snow Sisters from Whimsical Wishes at a Frozen Party, Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016, from 3 – 4 p.m. at the Mandell JCC, Zachs Campus, 335 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, CT 06117.

The Frozen Party will feature snowy cookie decorating, icy crafts, tattoos and a Whimsical Wishes sing along to Frozen songs such as “For the First Time in Forever,” “Love is an Open Door” and “Let it Go.” Children will also have a meet and greet, photo opportunity with the Snow Sisters of Whimsical Wishes.

Whimsical Wishes offers professional characters and quality children’s entertainment for Birthday Parties and Events, specializing in Princess Parties.

The Frozen Party is $10 per child in advance, $15 per child at the door. To register contact the Member Services Center, 860-236-4571. For more information contact Jane Pasternak, 860-231-6342 or [email protected].

The Mandell Jewish Community Center is open to everyone and supported by funds raised by the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, a recipient of funding from the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford, and a member of the JCCAssociation of North America. For updates, follow the Mandell JCC on Facebook and Twitter. All dates and programs subject to change.

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