Building on the success of the boys’ Mega Virtual Kinus, the Shluchim Office is launching the girls Kinus even bigger and better, with an incredible program and interactive activities.
Each year, Young Shluchos from around the world eagerly await the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos which takes place over the Chof Beis Shevat weekend. This year, the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos has opened registration for what will be an incredible virtual program.
‘The Mega Kinus’, as it’s been dubbed, incorporates some of the best aspects of a traditional Kinus, while building on new opportunities that the virtual format provides. Preparations have begun for an amazing experience where Young Shluchos all over the world can be in one space virtually and connect together.
This year’s Kinus will begin on Friday, 23 Shevat / February 5, resumes on Motzai Shabbos, and will end on Sunday, 25 Shevat / February 7.
The program for girls in grades 1-8 will have tracks based on time zones and will include an interactive experience with fellow Young Shluchos featuring rallies, arts and crafts, prizes, shows, topped off with the grand banquet.
A full Kinus box complete with a t-shirt, Hachana booklet, arts and crafts, prizes, and items for the programs is included with each registration.
There is free shipping in the USA for all registrations before 28 Teves / January 12.
Boxes will only be able to be shipped internationally until 4 Shevat / January 17 and in the USA until 9 Shevat / January 22.
Click here to see all the registration details.
To register, visit YoungShluchim.org. Registration will be closing on 4 Shevat / January 17 in order to allow the staff to arrange the program and logistics.
For any questions relating to the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos, visit YoungShluchim.org or email [email protected].
VIDEO: Watch a replay of this year’s Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim mega virtual banquet below.
Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos is a project of the Shluchim Office.
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