December 27, 2007
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(Page 2 - Previous Page)"Tu B'Shevat is one of our best opportunities to join in a Jewish celebration of nature," said Bill Kaplan, executive director of the Shalom Institute. "By playing and learning together at the festival, we can take steps to preserve and restore the earth and educate the community about Jewish environmental values."
Activities include concerts by Robbo and Cindy Paley, puppet shows and puppetmaking workshops with Len Levitt, nature hikes and crafts, tree planting, gardening in the Marla Bennett Discovery Center, climbing wall and animal education with the Reptile Family and Mobile Marine Lab.
Food is available for purchase or you can bring your own picnic lunch. $5 person; free for children under 3. For more information, call the Shalom Institute at (818) 889-5500 or visit www.shalominstitute.com.
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