ight in the middle of Kiryas Tosh, in the empty lot adjoining the park across from the small shopping center, there’s a large, colorful sign. It’s partly concealed by a huge pile of gray snow, but you can still read the words “Meshenichnas Adar Marbin b’Simchah.” Against the image of wine glasses and dancing chassidim, the banner wishes visitors and locals alike Simchas Purim and simchos tamid.