Meaningful Jewish Connections … make them at the Malverne Jewish Center!
At the Malverne Jewish Center you can reconnect with friends and make new ones in our welcoming, pluralistic Jewish community. Wherever you see yourself on the spectrum of Jewish spirituality and observance, you can find a home with us.
We offer Shabbat and Festival services, plenty of opportunities for adult engagement and learning, interfaith and social action programs, and events in conjunction with other area synagogues.
ENJOY A PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE
AND BENEFIT THE MALVERNE JEWISH CENTER AT THE SAME TIME!
Plaza’s Broadway Long Island, Nassau County’s Only Professional Theatre operating under a contract with the Actor’s Equity Association, is offering a rebate to The Malverne Jewish Center.
By using the code Plaza 103, you will receive a $5.00 discount per ticket and Plaza’s Broadway Long Island will donate $5.00 from each ticket purchased to our organization!
The 2021-2022 season features South Pacific (October 2-24), Man of La Mancha (November 20-December 12), The Color Purple (March 12-April 3) and Something Rotten (May 21-June 12). Plaza’s Broadway is located in the state-of-the art Elmont Library Theatre, 700 Hempstead Tpke, Elmont, with free on-site parking.
Note: You must provide the discount code at time of purchase as this offer does not apply to previously purchased tickets.Tickets may be purchased on-line at www.plazabroadwaylongisland.com or by calling the box office (516) 599-6870. Credit card processing fees will be applied.
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