Families Flock to Bedner’s Farm with PJ Library (February 16, 2015)

About the Event
School may have been out for President’s Day but PJ Library® was most certainly in session! More than 300 children, parents and grandparents all gathered together on Monday, February 16 for a morning of fun with PJ Library in South Palm Beach County at Bedner’s Farm.

The sun-filled morning included a captivating enactment of the PJ Library story of “Noah’s Bark” by Amy Weissman (Miss Amy), followed by a hayride through the farm and ending with delicious strawberry picking!

One parent expressed just how it felt to be there: “My daughters and I had a fabulous time at the PJ Library program at Bedner’s Farm. We loved hearing the story from Miss Amy, the hayride and the delicious strawberry picking. Being together with our Jewish friends is what PJ Library programs are all about.”

If you or someone you know hasn’t yet signed up for this free gift of books and music, join more than 1,300 families raising Jewish children from age six months through eight years in South Palm Beach County to get in on the fun and learning! For more information about PJ Library and upcoming events, please call 561.852.6080 or email pjlibrary@bocafed.org or visit jewishboca.org/pjlibrary.

The PJ Library®-South Palm Beach County Partnership is made possible by generous support from the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Union for Reform Judaism, Leon and Toby Cooperman Family Foundation, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, the Jewish Women’s Foundation of South Palm Beach County, and other generous local donors.