Sunday, September 24, 2017

Sunday, June 1st

50th Annual Celebrate Israel Parade

2:30PM Israeli Day Concert in Central Park.

Girls Night Out 7:30PM  Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, 641 W Englewood

Michelle Frohlich from Cake A Bite teaches how to create flower cupcakes to grace your Shavuot table.

$30 per person For more information and to reserve contact Barbara Smilow through Bnai Yeshurun.

Dr Itzhak Brook 8:00PM Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, 641 W Englewood

“A Physicians Account of the Yom Kippur War” Dr Brook is a Professor of Pediatrics at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. He served in the Israeli army as a medic in the Six Day War in 1967 and as a battalion physician during the Yom Kippur War in 1973.

Dr Micah Goodman 8:00PM Congregation Rinat Yisrael 389 W Englewood

Hebrew University Professor addressing: The Collapse of Israel’s Secular-Religious Divide and the Emergence of a New Zionist Paradigm Dr. Goodman, an American-Israeli philosophy professor at Hebrew University, is a leading young voice in Israel and North America on Zionism, Judaism, the Bible and a wide variety of issues facing contemporary world Jewry. Dr. Goodman is also celebrated  for his role as creator and director of the Ein Prat Academy for Leadership, a widely praised and transformative Beit Midrash

where young post-army Israelis in their 20’s from across the religious and political spectrum come together to be inspired

through Torah, Zionist education and leadership training.

June 3 Erev Shavuot

JUNE 4 – 5TH Community Wide Shavuot Program Featuring TABC Rebbeim 5:45PM Both Days of Yom Tov Cong Bnai Yeshurun on the first day and Congs Beth Aaron and Beth Abraham on the 2nd day of the chag.

Featuring:Rabbi Yosef Adler, Rabbi Howard Jachter, Rabbi Josh Kahn, Rabbi David Nachbar, Rabbi Nosson Rich and Rabbi Ezra Wiener

Wednesday, June 4th

Congregation Zichron Mordechai is pleased to invite all women to a special Shavuos Shiur on the first day of Yom Tov to be presented by Shuli Taubes.

Topic - Divine Command Morality: Doing What’s Right When It Doesn’t Feel So Right

Time - 5:30 PM

Location - Cong. Zichron Mordechai, 268 West Englewood Avenue, Teaneck

Sunday, June 8th

Heichal HaTorah Inaugural Dinner  7:30PM Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, 641 SWest Englewood Avenue, Teaneck

Celebrating its first year of learning. Honorees are Anya and Avi Giloni and Betti and Ari Jacobson as well as the schools students who are completeing Masechet Kiddush and Masechet Megillah. For more information email [email protected]

Monday, June 9th

Book Launch – “Hidden things Revealed” 8:00PM Cong Arzei Darom,

725 Queen Anne Road Teaneck

A book launch sponsored by the Sisterhood for Jerusalem based poet, author, actress Yael Unterman promoting her new book The Hidden Things: Twelve Stories of Love and Longing. Women only. Cost is $15 with advance reservation/ $20 at the door- copy of the book included. Dairy dessert reception to follow.

RSVP and questions email: [email protected]

Shabbat, June 14th

Nerot Annual Women of the Year Dessert  4:45PM Congregation Rinat Yisrael, 389 W Englewood

Honoring and offering Hakarat Hatov to Rebbetzin Sheryl Adler and Amy Vogel.

Featuring guest speaker Mrs. Michal Jacob

Monday, June 16th

Congregation Keter Torah 14th Annual Dinner, 600 Roemer Avenue Teaneck

Honoring Tammy and Ken Secemski and Gila and Gary Elbaum with the Manischewitz Community Service Award.



HELMETS REQUIRED   Ridgewood-Wild Duck Pond

Donations $20 per person before June 9th $25 per person after the 9th

Children under 10 are free

Proceeds benefit the Men’s Health Initiative at Hadassah Medical Organization.

For more information and reservations contact:

Neal Lipschitz – [email protected] – #201-248-0517

Bruce Revesz - [email protected] – #973-239-7230

Sunday, June 29th

Teaneck Community Collaborative Conference Congregation Bnai Jeshurun, 641 West Englewood

Yeshivat Hakotel, The Moriah School and Israel Yeshivot and seminaries in conjunction with Teaneck shuls and schools invite you to a community wide collaborative morning Yom Iyun focused on how to educate and inspire our children.