In ancient times on Tu B’Av (literally the 15th of the month of Av), when the moon is full, women wishing to marry would wear white dresses (so none would know who was rich or poor) and dance outside Jerusalem’s walls while suitors would dance after them. Today in the Jewish world, it is a holiday celebrating the magic of love.
Thursday, August 15 • 5:30 – 7:00 pm • Free
Join us in the garden for music, games, and Bubblemania to celebrate Tu B’Av—the Jewish holiday of love!
Choose a game to play with your family from our extensive game library, have a blast creating monster bubbles, bring a picnic or take a night off from cooking & enjoy pizza for purchase al fresco with your PJCC community.