Friday, September 21, 2018


PAINT WITH ME! Paints With Campers at Camp Dream Street

PAINT WITH ME! is a chance to meet your inner artist. In a relaxed, fun setting, an experienced artist will guide you step-by-step throughout the process of replicating the event’s featured painting. No right or wrong! No previous art experience necessary. Think PAINT WITH ME! when planning birthday parties, bridal showers,

TABC’s Kol Torah Launches New Website, KolTorah.org

(Courtesy of Kol Torah Staff) Now entering its 28th year of consecutive publication, TABC’s Kol Torah has launched a newly redesigned website available at koltorah.org. Kol Torah is a weekly publication of the students of TABC under the guidance of Rabbi Haim Jachter. Each week, students and

Join the Cub Scouts

Think your kid has to stay tethered to the computer? How about connected to a fishing line, with a live fish on the other end? Glued to his smartphone? Not when he’s gluing the final touches on his Pinewood Derby racecar. Cub Scout Pack 613, the only shomer Shabbat cub scout group in Bergen County, is looking to entertain and

OHEL’s Retreat and Programs Provide Fun and Relaxation for Adults and Children With Disabilities

(Courtesy of OHEL) Every summer, OHEL Children’s Home and Family Services provides a breadth of summer programs for hundreds of individuals.

These camps and retreats allow adults with mental illness and developmental disabilities to relax and enjoy an array of

Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Invites All to Open House

(Courtesy of Kaplen JCC) The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades will hold its annual Open House for the entire community on Sunday, September 16, 1-4 pm, where members and guests can sample classes; take part in the Thurnauer School of Music’s instrumental petting zoo; and enjoy moon bounce, a balloonologist, face painters and

YI of Fort Lee Celebrates Another Year of Growth

This Shabbat, September 8, Young Israel of Fort Lee will celebrate another year of substantial growth. A special “New Members” kiddush will be held after davening to welcome the 16 new family and single members who have joined the synagogue over the past 12 months. The new members run the gamut from

YIOT to Host Rabbi David Fohrman in Preparation for Yom Kippur

The Young Israel of Teaneck (YIOT) is pleased to announce that Rabbi David Fohrman, an internationally renowned lecturer on biblical themes and principle educator at Aleph Beta Academy, www.alephbeta.org, will deliver the The Dr. Asher Ze’ev and Mrs. Pnina Leah Rabinowitz Memorial Shiur on Sunday, September 16, at 7:30 p.m., on

Beth Aaron Plans Origami Workshop

Congregation Beth Aaron will hold an origami workshop focusing on decorations for the sukkah on Sunday, September 16, at 10 a.m. The free class will be taught by accomplished Origami artist and Beth Aaron member Yaacov Metzger, long-time member of OrigamiUSA. All materials will be supplied; no prior experience necessary. To register, please

Israelis Share First-Hand Testimonies of Life on the Gaza Border at JNF Event

On Thursday, August 30, Jewish National Fund (JNF) hosted an event at the Park East Synagogue in which three Israelis shared first-hand testimony of their lives along the Gaza border. Addressing the crowd, the Israelis, Yedidya Harush, Michal Uziyahu and Sarit Khanoukaev, spoke passionately about their experiences,

Meet the New Teaneck NCSY Advisors

By  Teaneck NCSY has grown over the past five years from 200 to 600 teens. This past year, 200 Teaneck teens have attended chesed missions. New Jersey NCSY, with an eye toward the future, is launching their plan for further growth. This year NJ NCSY is moving from one Teaneck couple to five, three of which will be living

Teaneck Community to Welcome Rav Prizant

As the Yom Tovim approach, we are delighted to welcome Rav Prizant on Thursday, September 13, at the home of Reb Moshe Teitelbaum, 181 Cherry Lane, Teaneck, from 

7 to 10 p.m.

All are welcome to attend.

The Sanz

Congregation Shaare Tefillah Will Hold Blood Drive

(Courtesy of Congregation Shaare Tefillah) Excitement is growing as Congregation Shaare Tefillah of Teaneck’s first blood drive, organized by its Men’s Club and the Red Cross, is rapidly approaching on September 16. The community-wide drive will be held 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. at 510 Claremont Avenue in the synagogue’s social hall.