Shalom Baby is back in Louisville

Babies love music, and the Jewish Community Center’s Shalom Baby crew certainly loved hearing Cantor Sharon Hordes serenade them during a music session held at Keneseth Israel on Monday, October 14.

Parents and caregivers shared stories, helpful tips and socialized while the babies were hearing live Jewish music. The sentiment was that it is very important to start making Jewish connections this early in their child’s life.  The music sessions will begin on a more regular basis in December, on Sunday mornings, after Chanukah.

Do you know of a baby recently born into or adopted by a Jewish family in Louisville?  If so, please send contact information to Jennifer Tuvlin at so she can welcome the new arrival to the community.

Shalom Baby provides welcome baskets for the newest members of our community and the JCC would love to include them in this special group. Shalom Baby is intended for babies, 12 months and younger, and their caregivers. Once they age out, PJ Library programing is a wonderful stepping stone for them as toddlers.

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