Jewish Community Day at High Lawn Farm

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LEE, Mass. — On Sunday, May 15 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., join the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires at High Lawn Farm on Jewish Community Day 2022.
Enjoy ice cream, music, tours behind the scenes, cows, baby animal petting zoo, barnyard yoga, raffles, and much more. 
All are welcome.
They will also be collecting new packaged feminine hygiene and incontinence products as part of our community Dignity Drive.  
Rain date is Sunday,  June 12. Registration is required along with proof of full COVID vaccination.
High Lawn Farm is located at 535 Summer Street in Lee
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