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Many of the children's drawings hanging up in the back of Vitali's Bistro, a kosher restaurant in the eruv, incorporate parts of Jewish culture.

Pages from Beth El Synagogues passover seder Haggadah and seder supplement, that we're passed out during their communal passover seder on April 23, 2016.

Bais Yisroel Synagogue was formed in the late 1980s, after breaking off from Kenesseth Israel. Bais Yisroel is the most conservative of the Orthodox congregations in St. Louis Park, embracing elements of the Haredi tradition, often referred to as…

Front view of Bais Yisroel Orthodox Synagogue in St. Louis Park.

The congregation of Bais Yisroel places a great emphasis on religious study and lifelong learning. Classrooms at Bais Yisroel are home to serious Torah, Talmud, and Hebrew study for both children and adults. The classrooms at Bais Yisroel are also…

A view of the Darchei Noam Modern-Orthodox Synagogue in St. Louis Park.

Located in a small strip mall in the eruv is Elijah's Cup, a Jewish bookstore that also sells other religious and cultural items, like Kiddush cups and Menorahs. In the window, the shop advertises a new Mah Jongg standard rules card. A popular parlor…

Like Elijah's Cup, Frankel's sells Jewish books and other Jewish items. In addition to selling religious and spiritual texts for adults, the store is well stocked with Jewish-themed children's books, DVDs and toys.

One child's creative drawing of "Golidiloks/Brad" to celebrate Purim, a Jewish holiday when many children dress up in costumes.

Established in 1891 in the historic North Side Jewish neighborhood, Kenesseth Israel followed the migration of Jews into St. Louis Park in 1971. Kenesseth Israel is an Orthodox Congregation, strictly adhering to Torah laws and teachings.