February 23 | 3-6 pm | The Weber School
Celebrate and do good in your pjs with PJ Library!
Put on your bunny slippers and onezies and bring the whole family for mitzvot (good deeds), bedtime routine activities and games, breakfast for dinner, and tzedakah (charitable giving)!
Whether you’re introducing your child to Judaism, or your child is introducing Judaism to you, PJ Library helps bring Jewish moments to life in your home and in your community. Families all over the Greater Atlanta area are joining together at PJ Party for a day of family fun and giving back. PJ Party is a perfect way to help more families in Atlanta benefit from all PJ Library has to offer.
Here’s what you can expect at PJ Party:
Breakfast for dinner | Three art projects | Kid-friendly DJ | Yoga | Zumbini (Zumba for babies) | Multi-lingual story time (Spanish, Russian) | Community art project | Photobooth | Baby yoga | Donation Station
PJ Library is proud to partner with Jewish Abilities Alliance to make this event sensory-friendly, in an effort to ensure that families and children of all abilities have a great experience.
We encourage you to be a part of 2 additional community service projects at PJ Party
Sponsorships available. Contact Nathan Brodsky at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
PJ Library Committee
Carly Tritt Siegel
PJ Party Host Committee
Tara and Marcus Brodzki
Anne Cohen and Craig Silverman
Ashley and Tyler Chenault
Laura and Brett Holtzclaw
Hillary and Brian Spielman
Kim and Michael Gottschalk
Bari and Scott Holmes
Leah and Chip Taylor
Julie and Brad Fine
Alisa and Shaun Winters
Natasha and Mark Silver
Maya and Scott Steckel
Amy and Evan Robinson