Virtual hamantashen bake for families
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Virtual hamantashen bake for families

Lisa Friend and her son Jared of Woodcliff Lake participated in one of Chabad’s earlier hamantash bakes. (Valley Chabad)
Lisa Friend and her son Jared of Woodcliff Lake participated in one of Chabad’s earlier hamantash bakes. (Valley Chabad)

Valley Chabad’s Hebrew School’s annual hamantashen bake, which will be online this year, is set for Sunday, February 21, at 10:30 a.m. Families will join on Zoom for the pre-Purim event.

“Hamantash baking is always one of our top family baking events of the year,” Hindy Drizin, the school’s director, said. “This year, we wanted to open this to the entire community and make sure everyone can enjoy this Purim tradition despite the challenges.”

Participating families will pick up a package with all the ingredients they need to make traditional, funfetti, and chocolate dough hamantaschen with a variety of exotic fillings.

Registration is $20 and can be made online at Valleychabad.org/hamantash; there is no charge for Valley Chabad Hebrew School students.

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