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Check out our Rosh Hashanah event round-up for the upcoming new year, featuring events for adults, kids and the whole family.

1. Rosh Hashanah on the (Franklin Cider Mill) River — Sunday, Oct. 6 at 4:30 p.m.

The Well is hosting another year of Rosh Hashanah on the River at the Franklin Cider Mill. Participate in the ancient ritual of Tashlich, and then celebrate the new year with cider and donuts! The event will have a young adult and young family crowd, chances to set personal intentions for the year ahead and time for schmoozing. Reflection and casting away materials are free and cider and donuts are on participants. For overflow parking, park at the Franklin Community Church (26425 Wellington Rd, Franklin, 48025) located behind the Franklin Library.

2. Shofar and Tashlich Service — Monday, Sept. 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the Franklin Cider Mill

Chabad of Bingham Farms is hosting a Shofar and Tashlich Service at the Franklin Cider Mill. At the service, there will be a scavenger hunt for kids also starting at 5:30 p.m.

3. Bubbies, Zaydes and Babies — Tuesday, Sept. 24 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the JCC

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JCC’s JFamily is hosting a kid-friendly celebration you won’t want to miss! There will be songs and stories taught by former West Bloomfield first grade teacher Sarah Sherman and JFamily’s Senior Director Mikki Frank. The cost is $10 per family, and the class will be held in the JCC’s preschool area. Click here for more info!

4. Multi-Gen Rosh Hashanah Service — Monday, Sept. 30 2:45 p.m. – 4 p.m. at Temple Kol Ami

Temple Kol Ami is hosting a free multi-generational service for families throughout the community. For more information contact Gail Greenberg, Director of Lifelong Learning at or call 248-661-0040.

5. Eat Pray Blast: A Lunchtime Rosh Hashanah Program — Monday Sept. 30 and Tuesday, Oct. 1 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Join Chabad of Greater Downtown Detroit for a lunchtime service featuring a few select prayers, sounds of the Shofar and a buffet-style lunch. The event takes place on the second and third days of Rosh Hashanah.

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