The High Holy Days were ushered in with a cavalcade of family frolics as mom, dad and the kids united for a street fair outside Congregation B’nai Avraham, which also served to welcome a new pre-school to the area.
Carnival-style amusements and attractions lined Remsen Street, between Clinton and Henry Streets, including crowd-pleasing crafts, live music, food and even a honey factory and pony rides.
The celebrations continued on the corner of Montague and Clinton streets with the grand opening of a new Kiddie Korner, a Jewish pre-school for children three month to five years.
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