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Therefore do the Jews of the villages, that dwell in the unwalled towns, make the fourteenth day of the month Adar a day of gladness and feasting, and a good day, and of sending portions one to another (Megillat Esther 9:19)

Be happy, it's ADAR! You've planned something fun and creative for Purim. What about adding something new to Megillah reading or your Purim party? There are no Yom Tov related restrictions on Purim, and it is a mitzvah to increase one's happiness and joy, why not add to the joy and gladness with some fun video clips or quick humor and silliness from the best of the web?!? Here are some fantastic Purim-related videos and sites you can use at your Purim celebration. Turn up your speakers and enjoy!

Need last minute program ideas or a refresher of the Mitzvot of Purim before you go into video mode? Click here


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Press Play for Purim!
  • Battle of the parodies! Both The Fountainheads and Maccabeats chose to use Pink's "Raise Your Glass" for Purim. Choose which one you like better!
 Other Fun Sites to Use at Your Program:
A note on the 4 M's of Purim
There are four mitzvot associated with Purim: Megillah, Meal (S'udat Mitzvah), Mishloach Manot and Matanot La'evyonim (Gifts to the Needy). As we rejoice in gladness, we must not forget those who struggle on a daily basis to have their basic needs met. 
You can do something small to make a big difference. Consider wrapping up the leftover food for donation, raising money for T.O by taking the Megillah for ransom, or asking USYers to bring a toy or toiletry item to Megillah reading to donate to a shelter. 
Make it merry, give it meaning...Chag Purim Samayach!

Chag Purim Samayach!!

Amy Dorsch