Every Motzei Shabbat, fathers in the Hillside and Elizabeth community come to learn Torah with their sons for 45 minutes, from 7:30 to 8:15 p.m., at Bris Avrohom Center, organized by Rabbi Avremy Kanelsky. This provides an opportunity for the fathers to know where there children are with their learning, and thus their
Jewish Family Service of Central NJ, a nonsectarian health and social service agency, will be hosting a free “Memory Café” on Tuesday, February 19, at the Senior Resource Center at The Lavy House, 748 E. Broad Street, Westfield Avenue, from 12-2 p.m.
The Memory Café provides a casual
A Casino Night and Texas Hold’em Tournament to benefit Daughters of Israel will take place on Thursday, March 7, at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Co-chaired by David Silverstein and Gary Wayne, the event will feature lots of great prizes, including a grand prize of $2,500 for the poker tournament.
Enjoy the thrill of Torah in yeshiva on Monday, February 18, 7:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m., at Yeshiva Tiferes Bachurim, at the Rabbinical College of America, 226 Sussex Ave, Morristown. Breakfast and lunch are included.
Join us for an authentic yeshiva atmosphere, regardless of Jewish studies background or
Join the YM-YWHA of Union County on Wednesday, February 13, for a “Love Luncheon” with James Barba, singer/entertainer, at 11:30 a.m. A full course meal will be served along with the entertainment. $8 ($5 members) RSVP: Marcy at 908-289-8112, x. 34 or [email protected]
On Sunday, February 17, the
Aron’s West Orange is excited to announce its new Latte & Learning program for teens. The group began meeting this past Tuesday, February 5, at Aron’s after hours and will continue weekly on Tuesday nights.
Latte & Learning is an NCSY event where you can relax with friends and advisors, hang
The New Jersey Jewish Film Festival announces a new festival for 2019—the NJJFF Teen Film Fest. Building upon their successful NJJFF, entering its 19th year, the Teen Film Fest seeks to encourage young filmmakers in their continued creative endeavors. Entrants aged 13-18 and living in the Greater MetroWest area were requested to submit
(Courtesy of Mikvah Chana) For generations, Jewish woman have practiced the laws of family purity and participated in the practice of immersing in a “mikvah,” a ritual bath. Today, a newly designed, spa-inspired space is drawing women back to this ancient tradition.
On Shabbat, February 8-9, the West Orange community will host a Shabbat Shalem. As part of Jewish Disabilities and Awareness and Inclusion month, Shabbat Shalem allows us time to reflect on how we can better include people with challenges in our Jewish community, not just for this one Shabbat but all the time. Whatever the
(l-r) Lt. Col. Tiran Attia, Celine Leeds, former Livingston Mayor Ed Meinhardt, Evi Meinhardt, Anna Millstein, Elena Meinhardt and Sheila Lurie.
The decision to leave their child, either with a nanny or in a daycare setting, is often a difficult one for parents. Is the person trustworthy? Will the child be loved? Fed? Well cared for? Is the facility licensed? Clean? Are the caregivers experienced? Will the child be stimulated during the day? Will the child be safe?