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Shalom Bayit with JCFS

Tuesday, November 24, 2020 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM <Add to Calendar>

Wondering if language is coming at the right pace or if your child’s motor development is on track? Looking for more support in helping your child’s development? Currently in Early Intervention and wondering if you are getting the best service? Jennie Marble, Speech-Language Pathologist and Rachel Goode, Occupational Therapist join us to discuss early intervention resources available to you and how to be your child’s best advocate during early development. There will be time for discussion as well as an opportunity to sign up for 1:1 developmental free screener with an expert (later dates).

Location:
Your House
Chicago IL, 60606


Contact:
jBaby Chicago
jbabychicago@juf.org
630-880-6623


Register Online

Moms' Craft Night In | Chanukah

Thursday, December 3, 2020 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM <Add to Calendar>

Join other jBaby moms for a night of crafting and chatting! Ilyssa Minkus will lead us in making an interactive felt menorah for your jBaby to enjoy the Festival of Lights. Supplies will be delivered ahead of the event. Grab your glass of wine or mug of tea and enjoy a night just for you!

Location:
Zoom
Chicago IL, 60606


Contact:
jBaby Chicago
jbabychicago@juf.org
630-880-6623


Register Online

Sufganiyot Baking Class with Masa Madre

Monday, December 7, 2020 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM <Add to Calendar>

Join us for a fun evening while learning how to make sufganiyot (Israeli donuts) with Masa Madre! This Hanukkah treat is easy, fun, and sure to be a crowd-pleaser! Shopping list of ingredients will be provided a week in advance so you can be all prepared.

Also, each participant will receive 10% off their next order from Masa Madre!


Location:
Zoom
@ your house
Chicago IL, 60606


Contact:
jBaby Chicago
jbabychicago@juf.org
312-357-4657


Register Online

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