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Join us for a 
night out in the d
celebrating aish hatorah’s
impact on our community

Premium Bar 
With mixologist
Strolling dinner
Program featuring NYC comedienne
Talia Reese

2023 Gala


Bring your kids to pick up a popping Shavuot box filled with activities! Pick up some special dairy treats to celebrate Shavuot from our real live ice cream truck!

Aish & PJ Library Shavuot Ice Cream Party Box!

When school is out, camp is in session! If you are looking to fill your child's days off with lots of fun as they learn and create something new each day -  sign up for Aish camp! With Jewish themed activities, every day will include cooking/baking, crafts, sensory activities and outdoor play!

Aish Camp

Kids ages 3-7 have a blast at Aish Camp! Our day is packed with Jewish themed activities, baking, crafts, and so much more!

9am-3pm, $40/day
All snacks, drinks, and fun provided!

We are monitoring the rapidly changing COVID precautions to ensure our camp follows all of the current CDC guidelines in December.

We DO sell out for this camp - make sure to sign up early to ensure a spot for your child.

Aish Camp - Winter Break!

Aish Camp is ON for summer 2021! We offer safety week (June 7-11) and summer camp (August 2-27) for kids ages 3-7! We are taking all of the proper COVID safety precautions to keep you and your family safe and happy! Please be in touch with our camp directors with any questions: Malkie Friedman 240-291-5705 and Dovi Friedman

Aish Camp!

Aish Sunday School is a fun and engaging program to not only teach your kids Hebrew reading, Hebrew language, and about the Jewish Holidays, but we also infuse Jewish values, nurture their Jewish spirit and help them grow a love of Judaism. Classes are Sunday morning from 9:30-11:45. We start with Rabbi T time for morning prayers, and end with lunch for the whole family.  We want you to get to know our teachers, other families during lunch. You will also be ready to tackle the rest of your Sunday with full hearts and bellies!
Each week we start with an engaging and interactive morning prayer service led by Rabbi Tolwin. Our learning continues as we split up into leveled Hebrew reading groups under the guidance of our Kriah specialist Morah Hindy Feldman. Then we join our regular grade level classes to learn about the weekly Torah portion, Jewish Holidays, stories from the Torah, Hebrew language and Jewish values. A light snack is served after reading groups and we commence with family lunch at 11:45 where families are encouraged mingle and enjoy!
Calendar: either input this into an online calendar or post image
Sunday September 11th First Day of Sunday School!
Sunday September 18th Learning about Rosh Hashanah
Sunday September 25th Erev Rosh Hashanah - No School
Sunday October 2nd - Learning about Yom Kippur & Sukkot (5th)
Sunday October 9th - Erev Sukkot - Family fun day
Sunday October 16th - Hoshana Rabbah - No School 
Sunday October 23rd - Entryway 
Sunday October 30th Kitchen
Sunday November 6th Dining Room
Sunday November 13th Guest Room
Sunday November 20th Living Room
Sunday November 27th Thanksgiving Break
Sunday December 4th Bedroom and Bathroom
Sunday December 11th Rec Room 
Sunday December 18th Chanukah begins - Chanukah Carnival
Sunday December 25th Winter Break
Sunday January 1st Winter Break
Sunday January 8th 
Sunday January 15th
Sunday January 22nd
Sunday January 29th
Sunday February 5th Tu B’Shvat on the 6th
Sunday February 12th 
Sunday February 19th President’s week break
Sunday February 26th
Sunday March 5th Purim on Tuesday
Sunday March 12th
Sunday March 19th
Sunday March 26th Spring Break
Sunday April 2nd Wed Night Pesach
Sunday April 9th Off for Pesach
Sunday April 16th
Sunday April 23rd Yom Ha’atzmaut Wednesday
Sunday April 30th
Sunday May 7th Lag Baomer on Tuesday
Sunday May 14th
Sunday May 21st Last Day

Our Team:
Ayala Kohn has over 17 years of teaching experience with adults and children of all ages and backgrounds. She has taught both Jewish and general studies in elementary school, a cooking elective for middle school students, taught classes for women and high school students, has run a successful Bat Mitzvah program and mommy and me classes in conjunction with PJ Library. She was honored to have founded Aish Sunday School with the Tolwins twelve years ago. And now after a number of years in Columbus, OH she is glad to be back!

Aish Hebrew School

Join us for brief glimpse into the Aish Sunday school experience. Come at 10:30 for an interactive service, followed by fun and games and family pizza lunch. We are even offering babysitting for the littlest members of your family!

Aish Sunday school Open House

Wondering what to do with your little one on all those weeks off this winter? Sign your kiddo up for a fun-filled week of Aish Camp. We fill each day with music, movement, baking, crafts, sensory play and more - all with immersive Jewish learning! All snacks and lunch are provided - all you need to do on those busy mornings, is get them here!

Aish Winter Camp

Calling all middle school and high school students: Want to win great prizes? hang out with friends, and learn about great jewish things. AishHQ is for you. Each month you will spend 15 minutes learning on line and then challenge yourself to a game of HQ on the topics just covered.This is a blast and a great way to keep yourself jewishly connected and your parents "Kvelling".

AishHQ for teens

Learn together through biblical text, art, music, and culinary experiences - and make this milestone meaningful for your family.

Bat Mitzvah

Calling all teens 12-14! We are gearing up for an amazing 6-week journey that teaches the foundations of leadership, communication, and community through the Jewish lens. This program makes the perfect bnei mitzvah project!!

Each week's message is connected to a meaningful project with a local senior in the community from Jewish Senior Living. This program is especially important in these times when the senior population has been living in the most isolated of circumstances.

Worried your teen won't connect with the senior? No worries! We won't just throw them in front of Zoom expecting a connection - our curriculum is specially designed with creative ways for them to connect and learn more about each other (despite the age gap:)

With raffles, games, prizes, and projects - your teen will (actually) look forward to logging onto our program!

Better Together

Bring your family and enjoy the Aish Sukkah for your own private dinner in the Sukkah. Sorry, food not provided.

Book the Aish Sukkah


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