PJ Library will have its Birthday Bash 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sept. 23 to celebrate the one year mark of its service to the community.

New York-based performer Shira Kline (ShirLaLa) will provide some Jewish kiddie rock jams, and a carnival style fun house will be complete with a bounce house, train ride, petting zoo, cotton candy, popcorn and more.

The party is open to all and will be at the Aaron Family Jewish Community Center.

The library program is free to Dallas families with children up to seven years old. Currently 1,375 children receive Jewish-themed books and DVDs in the mail each month to further Jewish literacy. PJ’s library program was made possible by a generous grant from the Mankoff Family Foundation.

“This amazing gift from the Mankoff Family Foundation brings Judaism to life – providing our youngest generation with a sense of their Jewish identity and an opportunity for parents to talk about and explore themes of Jewish values, holidays, culture, and history with their children,” Jeffrey Rasansky, chairman and board of directors of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas said in a press release. 


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