Sign In Forgot Password

Tayalim

Join us for a Tayalim outing to go ice skating, get to know your fellow Tayalim (trekkers), and celebrate Hanukkah together! 

When:  Sunday, December 18 - 3:15-4:45 pm 

Where:  Watts Ice Center (305 Randolph Street, Glencoe)

Cost:  $5 per person

Please RSVP by December 11 at https://tinyurl.com/HakafaOnIce

The program is aimed toward children in elementary school, but everyone is welcome!  Parents are expected to attend with their children.

This program will be all outdoors, so please dress for the weather, including warm clothes. You may bring your own skates, or rental skates are available for $5. 

A small snack will be provided. We will eat together outdoors.

COVID Safety: 
Everyone age 5 and older must be fully up-to-date on their COVID-19 vaccination to attend (1 dose of J&J or 2 doses of Pfizer/Moderna and 1 booster). Masks are strongly recommended. 

Please email tayalim@hakafa.org with questions.

Hiking hiker clipart 2 image image #31892

Tayalim, Hebrew for trekkers, is Hakafa’s outdoor, experiential program for member and non-member families with children primarily in grades K-5. It is designed to introduce families to the relationship between Judaism, Torah, and nature in unique and fun ways.

Make plans to participate in these 2022-23 Tayalim programs:

October 2, 2022 - Family Canoeing Outing
October 15, 2022 - Shabbat Shechina: Drag Queen Story Hour* 
December 18, 2022 - Hanukkah on Ice Event
January 22, 2023 - Family Tu B'Shevat Ecological Event

March 4, 2023 - Shabbat Shechina: Drag Queen Story Hour*
April 9, 2023 - Family Passover Freedom and Activism Program
June 4, 2023 - Participate in Buffalo Grove Pride Parade

*Shabbat Shechina: Drag Queen Story Hour:
Twice during the year, our Tot Shabbat will include a special guest from Drag Queen Story Hour. Drag Queen Story Hour celebrates reading through the glamorous art of drag. Drag Queen Story Hour helps children develop empathy, learn about gender diversity and difference, and tap into their own creativity. It can also be life-changing and ultimately life-saving for LGBTQ kids and teens, kids with LGBTQ parents or family members, and anyone who feels different because of their identity or interests or who may not otherwise see themselves reflected in the broader culture. 

Sun, January 29 2023 7 Sh'vat 5783