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Playspace Re-opens at Congregation Mount Sinai

December 6, 2012

Congregation Mount Sinai re-opened their playspace for the cold weather season this week. They had 15 parents and their kids show up on the first day and 8 the second one.

Mount Sinai is an Egalitarian synagogue that offers a large playspace in their sanctuary for Brooklyn families. The sanctuary is partitioned off for the kids and has both carpeting and hardwood floors. Children up to age 4 years have the use of the space and toys which include ride-on cars, dollhouses, play kitchen, tumbling toys, big foam blocks, trucks, trains and handheld toys. Apparently, the most popular items are the two ride-on cars which run up and down the sanctuary.

They provide water and pretzels for snack.  There is a person supervising the playspace but caregivers are required to be present.

Schedule and Pricing:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Friday from 10:00am – 1:00am
$12 for the first two children and $15 for three children.

Congregation Mount Sinai

250 Cadman Plaza West

By Subway
# 2 or #3 to Clark Street
# 4 or # 5 to Court Street/Borough Hall
R to Court Street
A to High Street/Brooklyn Bridge