Chabad kids raise an apple mocktini to a sweet new year

Goshen. Children explored the culinary aspect of Rosh Hashanah at a special holiday farmers market in Goshen.

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03 Oct 2019 | 05:03

Children had fun making apple mocktinis, carrot cake pops, and Rosh Hashanah fruit salad as they explored the culinary aspect of Rosh Hashanah.

They learned about the foods eaten for the holiday -- apples dipped in honey; carrots, which in Yiddish, is merren, which also means “more" and "plentiful”; and pomegranates, which have many seeds, like the good deeds observers plan to do this year.

Visit for more children’s programs or iniformation about the Yom Kippur service to be held at the harness racing Museum in Goshen.

Chabad wishes "A sweet new year to the whole community."