2018-2019 Events: Kosher Candyland, Kosherfest 2019(adults only), and Big Night of Jewish Thought
Annual Tribute Fundraiser
Honoring our Fathers: Edward Paster & Dick Shaller with Special Guest Jason Alexander (2013)
A Night of Honor: Martin & Esther Capp with Special Guest Mel Brooks (2014)
An Evening of Laughter & Memories in Memory of Wendy Goodman with Special Guest Richard Lewis (2015)
Diamond Celebration: 60 Years in Highland with Special Guest Mayim Bialik (2016)
How I Met Ted Mosby: An Evening with Josh Radnor (2017)
A Couple of Good Men: an evening with Aaron Sorkin and Rob Reiner (2018)
Upcoming August 25th, 2019: Marvelous Memories with Rachel Brosnahan & Kevin Pollak
Minnesota’s first Kosher convention featuring food from across the United States and Israel, bundled up into one amazing family friendly food festival. With classes about Kashrut with local Rabbis, appearances by Food Network’s Amy Thielen, former Viking Brent Novoselsky, and WCCO’s Matt Brickman and of course over hundred vendors throughout the years. Thousands joined Kosherfest to make it a hit including TC Bear, The Berenstain Bears and Curious George!
In 2019, we partnered with Keg & Case Food Market to present Kosherfest with a Twist.
Purim Carnival Re-Envisioned
Mickey’s Minnie-sota Aventure (2017)
Animal Kingdom (2018)
Superhere Super Purim 2019
Big Night of Jewish Thought
Temple of Aaron has committed itself to the highest levels of Jewish learning by anchoring our community with a new program entitled “The Big Night of Jewish Thought.” Through a generous donation we are bringing in the highest levels of Jewish thinkers on topics that matter the most. These once in a lifetime panelists will speak to their own visions and partake in a moderated Q & A session.
Music at ToA
Temple of Aaron has a long history of music at the synagogue. Our annual youth musical is a great example of our dedication to the arts. Over the past few years we have explore Jewish music by inviting Nicholas David (The Voice) to perform at High Holidays, brought in Cantors from around the country to lead services and had youth Prayers in PJs. Below are some other examples of our creativity with Jewish music.
Temple of Aaron uses the Holidays to catapult our creativity and fun. From Hanukkah parties to Purim festivities to Simchat Torah celebrations we hope you can celebrate with us!
Here is a look of speakers from across the spectrum of Judaism that bring intrigue and excitement to Temple of Aaron.