The holiday of Purim falls this Saturday night with the reading of the Megillah-Scroll of Esther.
A tradition at Shalom House Fine Judaica during this time of year is not only to purchase items such as books, stickers, games and graggers for Mishloach Manot to give to family and friends, but to stop by to taste David's famous Hamantashen. Hamantashen are filled-pocket cookies in a triangular shape, associated with the holiday.
The holiday of Purim is a time for giving tzedakah to the needy, feasting, celebrating in costume and having parties.
Remember to make it a tradition to stop by Shalom House Fine Judaica on Sunday March 12 for a sweet, delicious hamantashen made by David!