The Senior Lunch & Learn program of Edison/Highland Park will view the classic film “Gentleman’s Agreement” on Tuesday, May 28, at noon, at Congregation Ohr Torah in Edison.
The program will include a light lunch followed by the video. It is open to all retirees in the community and will be a
A May 19 author event at the Highland Park Public Library in northern New Jersey with Golbarg Bashi, author of the 2017 self-published children’s book P Is for Palestine, was postponed, initially pending a May 20 public meeting of the library’s board of trustees. After significant public and media interest, the library announced via its website that the
Golbarg Bashi, author of the 2017 self-published children’s book P Is for Palestine, was invited by the Central New Jersey chapter of the Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), to present her book at a family-friendly event at the Highland Park Public Library on May 19. The event was listed by the library without JVP listed as a sponsor or
Ahavas Yisroel of Edison’s Women’s Learning Program is pleased to announce their next shiur, featuring Chaya L. Eidelman, principal of Reenas Bais Yaakov, who will speak on the topic “Insights into Pirkei Avos.” Please join them on Shabbat afternoon, May 18, at 5:30 p.m. at the home of Rivky Arnow in Edison. For more information,
Central NJ NCSY invites everyone to celebrate Lag BaOmer at a community-wide happening on Thursday, May 23, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Grove 1 in Donaldson Park in Highland Park. Free admission. Music provided by Jeff Wilks. Activities for kids and adults include a bonfire, kumzitz, baseball, basketball and soccer games, and two
Congregation Ahavas Achim of Highland Park invites members of the community to its inaugural Spring street fair and barbecue competition on Sunday, May 19, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The street fair and barbecue will include the following attractions:
Food vendors: Southside Sandwich Shop, Sushiana, Gotts
After a public outcry from the Highland Park, New Jersey, Jewish community, the Highland Park Public Library has “postponed” and removed from their upcoming events list their May 19 picture-book author event with Golbarg Bashi, author of “P Is for Palestine.” Want to know what “I” stands for? It’s not Israel; it’s
Through their successful advocacy efforts in Trenton. the leaders of the Teach NJS coalition have learned two very valuable lessons. One is that the Jewish community’s voices are greatly amplified when they join with allies from other faiths who share similar goals of strengthening the
Public outrage brewed from the Jewish community in Highland Park, New Jersey, and surrounding areas when the Highland Park Public Library announced a May 19 picture-book author event with Golbarg Bashi, author of “P Is for Palestine.” The event has since been “postponed,” pending a May 20 meeting of the library’s board of trustees, to
Synagogues all over the world celebrated Shabbat HaGadol the week before Pesach, but for Ohav Emeth in Highland Park, it really was a Big Shabbat.
Not only did the congregation celebrate 100 years since their founding, they held a Chanukat HaBayit of their beautiful, newly-remodeled
Congregation Etz Ahaim of Highland Park invites the community to hear their scholar in residence, Rabbi Stephen Baars, and participate in a delightful Shabbat dinner of Turkish cuisine at the Bridge Restaurant on Friday, May 24. Services will be held at Etz Ahaim at 6:30 p.m. and participants will meet at the restaurant at 7:30 p.m.. All
Occasionally, a Yeshiva’s leadership sees an opportunity to think ‘out of the box’ and develop an annual dinner plan that makes a bold statement. They use the dinner to advance some of the bedrock values of the school and the community.
This year, the Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva