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The members of Temple Emanu-El, located at 151 McIntosh Road in Sarasota, invite the com- munity to their annual Purim Pandemonium celebration and carnival on Sunday, March 23, beginning at 11 a.m. The carnival will feature a giant inflatable slide, bounce house, obstacle course, dunk tank, face-painting, games and prizes, lunch, cotton candy, snow-cones, frozen lemonade and plenty of home-baked hamentashen, with all proceeds benefitting Temple Emanu-El Religious School, a news release says. Preceding the Purim Pandemonium carni- val will be the annual family Purim service, which will include Purim songs, an original Purim play, a costume parade with prizes for all participants and a reading of the Megillah — a scroll containing the Book of Esther, the release points out. The service will begin at 10 a.m.; it is open to the community. Anne Steinbach serves as chairwoman of Purim Pandemonium. For more information, contact Temple Emanu-El Religious School at 371-2788 or Temple Emanu-El Religious School teacher Sandy Ainbinder and Director of Education Sabrina Silverberg donned costumes for last year's Purim Pandemonium celebration and carnival at Temple Emanu-El. Contributed photo PURIM PANDEMONIUM TO BE HELD AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL MARCH 23 RELIGION BRIEFS

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