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Thursday Morning Adult Education Shiur: The Akedah Through the Ages

10:30-11:30AM, Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, 1650 Palisade Ave, Teaneck

With Dr. Julie Goldstein, Jewish History Chair and Encounter Coordinator. Open to men and women.

Teaneck Chamber of Commerce 14th Annual Community Awards Dinner

6:00PM, Marriott at Glenpointe Hotel , 100 Frank W Burr Blvd, Teaneck

Kosher food available. For more information contact the Chamber office at 201-801-0012 or e-mail at [email protected].

Guest Lecturer Simon Sinek

7:30 PM, Chabad  of Fort Lee, 808 Abbott Blvd, Fort Lee

Simon Sinek is an author best known for popularizing the concept of “The Golden Circle” and has authored two books, “Start With Why” and “Leaders Eat Last.” Sinek is leading a movement to inspire people to do the things that inspire them. Suggested donation $18. RSVP at chabadfortlee.com

Motzai Shabbat, October 31

“Niggunim with Neshama”

8:30PM, Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Road, Teaneck

Join Congregation Beth Aaron and Renewal for a kumsitz and concert. The program will feature Rabbi Avraham Willig and his brothers, accompanied by their father, Rav Mordechai Willig, and include previews of their upcoming album. The cost is $18 per ticket and $30 for VIP admission. RSVP to [email protected].

Camp Malchus Open House

9:30PM, Jacobson home, 320 Churchill Road, Teaneck

Come hear about a local boys sports and swimming day camp in Teaneck. Visit our website: www.campmalchus.com

Sunday, November 1

Torah Academy of Bergen County Open House

9:15AM- Registration, 10:00AM-1:00PM- Program, 1600 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck

For more information, contact Ms. Donna Hoenig, 201-837-7696 ext 107

Bruriah Open House

9:30AM, 35 North Avenue, Elizabeth

For more information, contact [email protected] or call (908) 355-4850.

The Wandering Que Comes to Shomrei Torah

12:00-9:00PM, 19-10 Morlot Avenue, Fair Lawn

Come out and get a taste of the best Texas BBQ north of the Mason Dixon Line! For more info visit www.shomrei-torah.org/wandering

RYNJ Open House

7:00PM, Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey, 666 Kinderkamack Rd, River Edge

Contact Tamar Kahn, 201.986.1414 ext. 338, [email protected].

Cooking Demo by Susie Fishbein: Healthy Eating

7:00PM, Grand & Essex, 89 New Bridge Rd, Bergenfield

Presented by Renewal.  Hear a kidney donor share their experience firsthand. Suggested donation: $25. Must RSVP to [email protected].

Heichal HaTorah Open House

7:30PM, 70 Sterling Place, Teaneck

All prospective talmidim are invited to a Melvah Malka for Prospective Talmidim.  For more information contact our Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Aryeh Stechler, at 201.335.0633 or [email protected].

Monday, November 2

Lunch & Learn: The World of Sephardic Jewry

12 Noon, Young Israel of Fort Lee, 1610 Parker Avenue, Fort Lee

Lecturer:  Rabbi Benjamin Yablock, a noted educator who was on the faculties of the Westchester Hebrew High School and the Seattle Hebrew Academy. Q & A and Light Lunch will follow. Presented by the YI of Fort Lee Adult Study Institute.

Hat Show by Hedy Needle

7:00-10:00PM, 600 Maitland Avenue, Teaneck

Hedy’s selection includes name brand designers –  Louise Green ,  D’Anjou, Patricia Underwood, Eric Javits, Chrisitne Moore , Ophelie  as well as exciting imports from Israel, and more. Hedy also brings casual hats and berets, soft styles as well as felts,velvets, and cotton knits.

Lubavitch on the Palisades Open House

7:30PM, 11 Harold St, Tenafly

For more information, contact Jennifer Davis, (201) 871-1152 x510.

Wednesday, November 4

RTMA Open House

7:15PM, 330 Elmora Ave, Elizabeth

For more information, contact [email protected] or call (908) 355-4850.

Behind Closed Doors: A Torah Perspective on Intimacy

8:00-9:00PM, Young Israel of Teaneck, 868 Perry Lane, Teaneck

Part 2 of a 3 part series for WOMEN ONLY with Professor Nechama Price

Thursday, November 5

Thursday Morning Adult Education Shiur: The Akedah Through the Ages

10:30-11:30AM, Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, 1650 Palisade Ave, Teaneck

With Dr. Julie Goldstein, Jewish History Chair and Encounter Coordinator. Open to men and women.

Dr. David Zigelman Memorial Lecture

7:00 PM, Young Israel of Fort Lee, 1610 Parker Ave, Fort Lee

“Is it as Bad as it Appears?” A non-sensationalist look at Israel’s current state of affairs. Featuring Herb Keinon, Diplomatic Correspondent, The Jerusalem Post.

Friday-Shabbat, November 6 & 7

Scholar in Residence: Rabbi Menachem Leibtag

Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, 641 West Englewood Ave, Teaneck

Rabbi Leibtag will deliver the Shabbat morning drasha at the Hashkama, Sefard, Moroccan and Teen minyanim. Over the course of Shabbat,Rabbi Leibtag will deliver a series of shiurum focused on obtaining a better understanding of the siddur.

Motzai Shabbat, November 7

Ramaz Open House

7:15 PM- Doors Open, 8:00PM- Program, 60 East 78th Street, New York

Contact [email protected]

Sunday, November 8

Yavneh Academy’s 11th Annual Benjamin Schwartz Memorial 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk

Garden State Plaza, Paramus

The proceeds of the race will benefit Yavneh Scholarship Fund. For more information, sponsorship opportunities or to register, please visit http://www.yavnehacademy.org/ news/5k-run-1-mile-fun-runwalk.

The Frisch School Open House

9:00AM-12:15PM, 120 West Century Road, Paramus

Contact Judith Goldsmith, 201-267-9100, [email protected]

Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) Open House

9:00AM- Registration, 9:30AM- Program, 2540 Amsterdam Avenue, New York

Contact Avi Matanky, 212-960-5400 x 6676, [email protected]

7th Annual Susan Nelson Glasser Memorial Kristallnacht Commemoration

7:00PM, Congregation Shomrei Torah,19-10 Morlot Avenue, Fair Lawn

Featured film: Displaced: Miracle at St. Ottilien and speaker Yetta Marchuck-Selengut, distinguished Holocaust educator.  Free and open to the public.  For more information, email [email protected]

 

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