Over 80 people attended the open house for Cheder Yaldei Menachem preschool at the brand-new 5,500-ft-sq. building. Shterney Kanelsky, preschool director, led the evening, with speeches given by the mayor of Hillside Dahlia Vertreese; mayor of Elizabeth Christian Bollwage; Hillside Chief of Police Vincent
Chabad of West Orange invites you to their annual Purim Feast scheduled for Thursday, March 21. Mincha is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. followed by a final megilla reading in the library with the Purim feast and festivities to follow in the main ballroom.
This year, Chabad welcomes hip-hop rap artist Robert
After the success of its 2018 shabbaton, the Suburban Torah community in Livingston is eager for a repeat performance. The 2019 shabbaton, to be held this year on the Shabbat of March 29-30, Parshat Shemini, is a way for the Jewish community to showcase the warmth and beauty of the township and show potential
(Courtesy of JCC MetroWest) JCC MetroWest celebrated Purim early on Thursday, February 28, in Steiner Court for a Mitzvah Moment. Members from age four to 94 got into the Purim spirit!
The community packaged mishloach manot bags that will be given to recipients of Kosher Meals
Residents, staff and volunteers showcased their vocal and dancing talent on “Frank Sinatra Day” at Daughters of Israel. The production, expertly organized by resident Sandye Garrison, a former Hollywood producer and casting agent, took place on February 14 at Daughters.
The YM-YWHA of Union County is pleased to announce a “Gan” Open House on Sunday, March 3 at 11:30 a.m.. The popular 10 month class is one of the most progressive Hebrew immersion programs for two and a half to three and a half year olds in our area. The Judaic and secular curriculum make a smooth transition to Yeshiva/Day
Congregation Ohr Torah in West Orange hosted an evening with Jonah Ottensoser on Sunday night, February 24. Ottensoser, a former aerospace engineer who is currently an engineering consultant for the Star-K, gave a talk titled “Technology and the Observant Jew” that focused more specifically on his area of expertise in home
(Courtesy of Gift of Life) A young Dallas man finally met the New Jersey woman whose life he saved with a stem cell donation through the Gift of Life Marrow Registry, during last week’s Gift of Life’s Young Professionals Committee’s Celebrating Life event at the Edison Ballroom.
The Gaelen Center for the Arts at JCC MetroWest has announced a performance of The Juilliard School’s Piano Trio Umami, on Sunday, March 3, at 4 p.m. Piano Trio Umami is comprised of notable young artists Tal First (an Israeli native) on violin, Tomsen Su on cello and Ilya Laskin on piano. As part of the Gaelen Center’s 2019
Congregation AABJ&D’s Israel Action and Advocacy Committee (IAAC) will host an Israel Lobby Shabbat on Feb. 22 and 23. The focus will be on critical issues facing Israel today, security issues, BDS challenges, political advocacy issues and Israel/US relations.
Jewish Family Service of Central New Jersey will be hosting a presentation by Alzheimer’s NJ, titled “Coping with Behavior Changes in Alzheimer’s Disease.” on Friday, March 1, at 10:00 a.m. at the JFS Halpern Building, 655 Westfield Avenue, Elizabeth.