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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Shaare Tefillah Parent-Child Learning with Yeshivat He’atid (Credit: Shaare Tefillah)

Bar mitzvah boy Eitan Hiller (Credit: Jewish Home Family)

Yachad To Host Family Game Night

On Saturday, November 21, at 7:30, Yachad will sponsor a family game night at the Teaneck General Store. Led by game maven Leora Verbit, the evening will be filled with thrills and excitement, as she teaches the newest and greatest board games.

For the young and old, the games will focus on memory and strategy, family and single player and everything between. Learn new games, their challenges and strategies. Games will be set up by age and category.

All games are 10 percent off during game day. For more information, please contact Bruce Prince at 201-530-5046 or [email protected] The Teaneck General Store is located at 502 Cedar Lane in Teaneck.

Lamdeinu to Hold Chanukah Breakfast

Lamdeinu will celebrate its first year of adult Jewish education at its Chanukah breakfast, to be held on Sunday, December 13, from 9:15 until 11:30, at Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Road in Teaneck.

Lamdeinu’s dean, Rachel Friedman, will speak, and Chanukah will be celebrated with a festive breakfast buffet, music and dancing. Advance reservations are required and can be made at www.lamdeinu.org.

Housed at Congregation Beth Aaron, Lamdeinu is a center for high-level, accessible and inspiring Torah learning. Classes are given on weekday mornings, Monday through Thursday, as well as some evenings. Lamdeinu offers courses in Tanach, Talmud and Jewish philosophy, law and history. Lamdeinu students join together in celebrating special days, such as Rosh Chodesh and Yom Ha’atzmaut.

Students and teachers come from the entire tri-state area to learn at Lamdeinu.

For more information about Lamdeinu’s breakfast, classes and programs, log onto www.lamdeinu.com, or email [email protected]

Shaare Tefillah Parent-Child Learning with Yeshivat He’atid

This past Saturday night, Shaare Tefillah had its first Parent-Child Learning event of the season. Nearly 50 children, mostly from pre-K through third grade, attended and learned so beautifully with their parents or grandparents! Shaare Tefillah invited Rabbi Gralla, the rosh yeshiva of Yeshivat He’Atid, to speak. Rabbi Gralla told a fascinating story about Rabbi Riskin that emphasized the importance of connecting and learning from all human beings, no matter what their appearance on the outside. As Pirkei Avot teaches: Eizehu chacham? Ha’lomed mikol adam.

Get in Shape with Chabad Women’s Circle of Teaneck

Chabad Women’s Circle of Teaneck invites women to “Get(ting) in Shape: Mind, Body and Soul” on Wednesday, December 2, at 8 pm. The event will be held at Chabad of Teaneck and will include presenters Lelia Marcus, a certified personal fitness trainer; Gila Guzman, a certified integrative nutrition health coach; and Aviva Edelstein, an educational consultant and mindfulness instructor.

An array of healthful refreshments will be served. The suggested donation is $18. This event is open to women only. Please RSVP to [email protected] or 201-907-0686. Chabad of Teaneck is located at 513 Kenwood Place.

Clown Training at Rockleigh Nursing Home to Celebrate Bar Mitzvah

Eitan Hiller has a pretty amazing hobby. He dresses up as a clown and tries to get seniors to smile. Working with Areyvut, an organization that trains “Mitzvah Clowns,” Hiller has been coming to the Jewish Home at Rockleigh for quite some time.

When his bar mitzvah rolled around, Hiller wanted to do something special. He invited his fellow seventh graders at Yeshivat Noam to join a crash course on clowning at the nursing home.

Dozens of his friends showed up and the entire skilled nursing facility was abuzz with the legions of clowns roaming the halls, replete with balloon animals, red noses and floppy bouquets.

For more information on mitzvah clowning, contact Areyvut at [email protected], and to organize a mitzvah project or volunteer at the Jewish Home contact [email protected]