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COMMUNITY CALENDAR January March

Shabbat  January 17th

CB Neugroschl  Head of School  Mincha  4:20PM    Congregation Netivot Shalom, 811 Palisade Avenue Teaneck

Head of School, Yeshiva University High School for Girls  Rabbi Akiva:  When Optimism Prevails

Motzei Shabbat January 17th

Movie Night   7:00PM  Congregation Beth Aaron 950 Queen Anne Rd Teaneck

Three movies will be screened – Shira, Prague and The Divide.  All are from the Ma’aleh Film School of Jerusalem.  Admission is free, refreshments will be served.

Sunday, January 18th

Navigating Parenthood – The World’s Hardest Job   8:00PM  Series of six lectures given by Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein

Anshei Lubavitch 10-10 Plaza Rd Fairlawn

The Rohr Jewish Learning Institute will present The Art of Parenting, new six session 2015 course.  This course will help parents navigate the stormy waters of child-rearing. From questions of how children and parents should relate to each other, to how to help a child cultivate a healthy self-esteem the course provides a solid foundation anchored in the eternal wisdom of Jewish thought and practice. Throughout the course, parents will explore and develop their own parenting philosophies and techniques.  For further information call 201 362 2712 or visit www.myJLI.com

Tuesday, January 20th

Support Group for Divorced Women led by Dr Carol Glaser, psychotherapist.  No fee

8:00PM – 9:30PM  To register in confidentiality call 201 833 8822

Motzei Shabbat January 24th

Wine Making/ Grape Growing during Shmittah  Congregation Shomrei Emunah  89 Huguenot Avenue Englewood

Hillel Manne from the Beit El Winery will speak

Sunday, January 25th

Navigating Parenthood – The World’s Hardest Job   8:00PM  Series of six lectures given by Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein             Anshei Lubavitch 10-10 Plaza Rd Fairlawn

Tuesday, January 27th

Lamdeinu Spring Semester  Begins

Congregation Beth Aaron 950 Queen Anne Teaneck

Registration necessary at lamdeinu.org

Talmud: Berakhot Chapter 4

Rabbi Daniel Friedman teaches “Talmud, Berakhot” 10:15AM (women only) This class is an introductory Talmud class for students with Hebrew text skills.

Wednesday, January 28th

The Art of Parenting  10:30AM  Chabad Jewish Center, 375 Pulis Ave, Franklin Lakes

A six session course covering topics including building relationships with your children, striking a balance between being firm and forgiving, raising independent children while ensuring responsibility etc.  Interested participants can call 201 848 0449 or visit www.chabadplace.org for registration

Lamdeinu  10:15    Congregation Beth Aaron 950 Queen Anne Road Teaneck

Parashat  HaShavua taught  by Rachel Friedman Using midrash, parshanut and literary tools.

For men and women

Thursday, January 29th

Lamdeinu   10:15AM  Great Thinkers of the Twentieth Century  950 Queen Anne Rd Teaneck

Rabbi Yosef Bronstein inspires by the teaching of Rav Kook, Rav Soloveitchik and the Lubavitcher Rebbe on contemporary issues. For men and women.

Motzei Shabbat  January 31

Panolopy  8:00 – 11:00PM  Congregation Rinat Yisrael 389 W Englewood Teaneck

Glassworks  8:00PM   Congregation Bnai Yeshurun   641 W Englewood Teaneck

$36 per person – must  be over 18.  Make either a  mezuzah, picture frame or name plate

RSVP by January 26th https:///surveymonkey.com/s/ZFGT6RC  Questions email Sara Grinfeld at [email protected]

Sunday, February 1

Bob Klapisch, Baseball columnist for the Record  9:30AM  Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Rd

Bob will preview the 2015 baseball season, discuss A-Rod returning to the Yankees, the Mets’ chances of being competitive, and the Hall of Fame vote. He will take questions from the audience on baseball topics. Light breakfast will be served.

Chabad Jewish Center  9:45AM  375 Pulis Ave, Franklin Lakes

Tapping into the great Jewish parenting success story against all odds over the course of thousands of years.   Course given by Rabbi Chanoch Kaplan.   Interested participants may call 201 848 0449 or visit www.chabadplace.org

Navigating Parenthood – The World’s Hardest Job   8:00PM  Series of six lectures given by Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein

Anshei Lubavitch 10-10 Plaza Rd Fairlawn

Monday, February 2

Parshanut Hamikra:Bereshit at Lamdeinu  Cong Beth Aaron  950 Queen Anne Rd Teaneck

Rachel Friedman and Shira Schiowitz teach for women. Explore Torah topics through the lens of midrash, medieval and modern commentators.

Serving Our Creator With a Healthy Mind and Body Lecture Series  8:30PM  Congregation Beth Aaron  950 Queen Anne Rd

Rabbi Larry Rothwachs “Shemirat Shabbat vs Shemirat ha-Nefesh:Health Management and Medical Treatment on Shabbat”

8:00 – 9:30PM

Finding Integrity in Relationships – Workshop  led by Dr Carol Glaser, pychotherapist

Geared for unmarried women between the ages of 22 and 32 – series is in two parts . Cost is $90 for both sessions or $50 for one session.  Second session will be on February 9th.  Contact 201 833 8822 for further information

Tuesday, February 3rd

“Megillat Esther”  Rabbi Dr Yitzchak Berger 8:15PM    Lamdeinu  Cong Beth Aaron for men and women  950 Queen Aane Road  Teaneck

Sunday, February 8th

YACHAD PRESENTS SIBSHOPS   2:50 – 5:30PM   Congregation Keter Torah 600 Roemer Ave Teaneck

Special program for brothers and sisters ages 7 -13 who have a sibling with special needs. Free of charge including snacks and dinner, games, prizes and raffles. For more information and to reserve a spot contact NJ Yachad at [email protected] or call 201 833 1349.

Sinai Dinner   4:45PM Buffet  Program 6:30PM   Marriott Glenpointe Hotel, 100 Frank W Burr Blvd Teaneck

Honoring: Shelley and Ruvan Cohen, establishing the Nathaniel Richman Cohen A”H Scholarship Fund in memory of their son, who tragically succumbed to the illness that had necessitated his attending SINAI. Nancy and Dr. Elie Elmann, parents of a current SINAI student.Laurie and Rabbi Brian Gopin, former SINAI parents whose son recently returned to a mainstream yeshiva day school after many years at SINAI.Ashley and Rabbi Shimshon Jacob.  He is a SINAI alumnus, and now a Rabbi, teacher and father. Judy and Nathan Rephan, grandparents of a current SINAI student. Receiving our Community Partnership Award: Holy Name Medical Center, a hospital in Teaneck that has provided vocational placements for our high school students for over a decade.  To make reservations or a donation, please visit www.sinaidinner.org or call 201-833-1134 x105.

Navigating Parenthood – The World’s Hardest Job   8:00PM  Series of six lectures given by Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein

Anshei Lubavitch 10-10 Plaza Rd Fairlawn

Motzei Shabbat February 14th

Annual Evening of Wine   9:00PM  Congregation Ahavath Torah   240 Broad Avenue  Englewood

Wine tasting will be provided by Wine Country and West Hills Project will join in playing jazz.  Enjoy delectable cheese  and desserts.   Advance Pricing  $20 Individual/$36 Couple  Door Pricing $25 Individual/ $45 Couple

For further information email Sisterhood at:[email protected]

Young Israel of Teaneck Annual Dinner Honoring Mark and Rachelle Zomick and Matt and Tamar Lowe

Sunday, February 15th

Navigating Parenthood – The World’s Hardest Job   8:00PM  Series of six lectures given by Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein

Anshei Lubavitch 10-10 Plaza Rd Fairlawn

Sunday, February 22

NJ Yachad Shake It Up Group – a social group for adults 18+

Trip to Medieval Times, Lynhurst New Jersey. Kosher lunch included.

$25 or $36 with transportation RSVP by Jan 16. Call Reva Judas at 201 833 1349 or [email protected]

Congregation Beth Aaron Annual Dinner  5:00PM

Honoring Arlene and Arthur Eis as well as Youth Leaders Erica and Jason David.  Navigating Parenthood – The World’s Hardest Job   8:00PM  Series of six lectures given by Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein

Anshei Lubavitch 10-10 Plaza Rd Fairlawn

Monday February 23

Yachad Mothers’ Support Group   9:30 AM  Rinat Yisrael 389 W Englewood, Teaneck

A unique series for mothers of children with special needs. Bassie Taubes, RN,

OCVN CBCN Certified Health Coach Wellness wisdom LLC-Eat Well Move Well, Sleep Well 3 ingredients to help cope with stress Workshops are free of charge and requires registration. Breakfast will be served. All sessions will be followed by a support group led by Chani Herrmann LMSW Director of NJ Yachad RSVP to [email protected]

Motzei Shabbat  March 7th

Netivot Shalom Annual Dinner  8:00PM  Fairlawn Jewish Center 10-10 Norma Ave Fairlawn

Honoring Leah and Alex Moskovits with the Sema Heller Memorial Award and Fred Schulman with a Service Award

Monday March 16

Yachad Mothers’ Support Group  9:30AM  Cong Rinat Yisrael, 389 W Englewood Teaneck

A unique series for mothers of children with special needs.Batya Jacob CCC(A)

Director of Educational Support Services Yachad Advocacy 101How to be the best parent advocate for your child and yourself Workshops are free of charge and requires registration. Breakfast will be served. All sessions will be followed by a support groupled by Chani Herrmann LMSW Director of NJ Yachad RSVP to [email protected]

SHABBAT, March 21

Shabbat Chazzanut

Young Israel of Teaneck 868 Perry Lane Teaneck

Cantor Netanel Hershtik and the Hamptons Synagogue Choir will lead a Carlebach davening on Friday night and a regular Shabbat morning davening in the morning.

Everyone is welcome.

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