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Community Calendar September 13

Sunday September 13

Erev Rosh Hashana

Audubon Nature Walk

10:00 AM, NJ Botanical Garden, 2 Morris Rd, Ringwood

September is prime migration time for both birds and butterflies. Join us as we walk the garden and fields identifying the plants and looking for the butterflies and birds that visit the NJBG on their fall journey. Meet at the Carriage House. Rain cancels. FREE.

Monday, September 14

Rosh Hashana

FREE Explanatory High Holiday services

10:00AM, Maayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, 1650 Palisade Ave, Teaneck

Presented by The Jewish Learning Experience. Services will be followed by Kiddush and refreshments. Voluntary donation of $30 per person. For further information, Rabbi David Pietruszka, 201-966-4498, [email protected], or go to website: www.jle.org

Tuesday, September 15

Rosh Hashana

FREE Explanatory High Holiday services

10:00AM, Maayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, 1650 Palisade Ave, Teaneck

Presented by The Jewish Learning Experience. Services will be followed by Kiddush and refreshments. Voluntary donation of $30 per person. For further information, Rabbi David Pietruszka, 201-966-4498, [email protected], or go to website: www.jle.org

Wednesday, September 16

Lamdeinu High Holiday Lecture

10:15-11:45AM, Lamdeinu at Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck

From High Holidays to Every Day: Aleinu As A Lens Into Our Prayers, with Rachel Friedman. Part 2: The Special Role of Aleinu on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Part 1 was Sept 9. $40 for both parts, or $25 each. Open to Men and Women.

Thursday, September 17

Lamdeinu High Holiday Lecture

10:15-11:30AM, Lamdeinu at Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck

The Difficulty of Asking for Forgivenss, with R. Dr. Aaron Segal.  $25. Open to Men and Women.

Motzai Shabbat, September 19

Sleepless in NJ: A Childhood Murder, A Search for Meaning

8:30PM, Home of Barry & Joy Sklar, 95 Norfolk St, Bergenfield

Allison Josephs ( Jew in the City) will discuss her personal teshuvah story. Men and women are welcome.

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