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West Hartford Purim Celebration to Include Lion King Tribute and Carnival

Congregation Beth Israel’s Purim Celebration on March 8 will includes a tribute to the Lion King and a carnival with live entertainment.

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Congregation Beth Israel’s March 8 Purim celebration includes a tribute to one of Disney’s great musicals followed by a carnival featuring live acrobats, refreshments, games and more. The Purim fun, which is open to the public, kicks off at 10:30 a.m. at the synagogue at 701 Farmington Ave. in West Hartford.

The Purim Shpiel, “The Zion King,” is a tribute to Disney’s hit musical, “The Lion King,” and is being directed by CBI’s Cantor Stephanie Kupfer, with members of the congregation performing.

The Sphiel is followed by the carnival, featuring live entertainment from acrobatic aerialists Cirque to Go! A bounce house, a live Klezmer band, Hamantaschen, pizza, games and prizes, and more will also be part of the festivities.

Congregation Beth Israel is a Reform Jewish synagogue of over 700 families, tracing its history to 1843, when Jews were first given the legal right to establish a synagogue in the state of Connecticut. Today, Congregation Beth Israel is a welcoming community where people of all ages and backgrounds can deepen their spirituality and engagement in the world through prayer, celebration, learning, and efforts to repair the world.

For more information, visit www.cbict.org

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