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Shabbat, July 13th

Beth Aaron Sisterhood Book Club  5:00PM

“Burnt Bread and Chutney:Growing Up Between Cultures” – a memoir of an Indian Jewish Girl by Carmit Delman will  be discussed.  At the home of Pearl Markovitz 201 Grayson Place.

Yizkereim:  Remember     Motzei Shabbat  10:00PM    Cong Bnai Yeshurun  641 West Englewood Avenue Teaneck

MONSIEUR – the  dramatic and inspirational story of Rav Yoan Tiefenbrunner z’l  and the orphanage he established in Belgum during the Holocaust.  Stories told by the child survivors about the Rav who was called Monsieur.

Sunday, July 14th

BNOT   9:30 – 11:00AM –  at 714 Wenden Place Teaneck

Women’s Yom Iyun nourishing the mind and soul with a light breakfast and learning about “Prophecies of destruction, Prophecies of Redemption- Understanding the message of hope.  Speaker Alza Weinberg, Tanach Teacher at Yeshivat Noam .  Sponsorship available $50.00 for information CBYNOT _gmail.com

Historic Movies    6:30PM   Cong  Beth Aaron 950  Queen Anne Road Teaneck

Two historic movies of our Jewish past shown by Eli Schaap. The first showing Jewish Amsterdam in 1932 and the second showing Palestine in 1935.

Monday,  July 15th Erev Tisha B’Av

Jewish Learning Experience  9:00PM   Cong Bnai Yeshurun, 641 West Englewood Avenue Teaneck

Explanatory reading of Eichah  – the Biblical book of Lamentations led by Rabbi David Pietruszka

Tisha B’Av  Tuesday, July 16th

Tisha B’Av Youth Camp  9:00AM – 2:00PM  Cong Keter Torah 600 Roemer Avenue Teaneck

Children entering Nursery through fifth grade are invited.  Children will partake in various activities including arts and crafts, games, lunch, snacks, learning and more. Space is limited and is on a first come first serve basis, reservations are required. For cost information, questions or reservations, email rivki19_yahoo.com by July 10th.

Mourning for Jerusalem 2013     Cong Keter Torah  600 Roemer Ave, Teaneck in conjunction with the YU Center for the Jewish Future

8:30AM Shacharit   9:15AM Opening Shiur with Rabbi Jacob J Schachter   “How Does Jewish Society Commemorate Catastrophe? A Study in Cultural Memory.

11:00AM  Kinot recital and discussion

5:00PM  Mincha

Shoresh NCSY    9:15AM  Cong Keter Torah 600 Roemer Avenue Teaneck

Shacharit followed by an explanation of Kinot prepared specifically for middle school and high school students.  Rabbi Shalom Baum, Rabbi Kenneth Brander, Rabbi Josh Kahn, Rabbi Ethan Katz, Sammy Schachter, Rabbi Aryeh STeckler

Choice by Choice: Our Everyday Journey to Redemption 6:45  PM

Mincha    Cong Netivot Shalom 811 Palisade Ave in conjunction with the Jewish Learning Experience

7:15 Video Lecture

8:50 Maariv  – 9:00PM Break Fast

Video lectures by Rabbi Yissocher Frand and Rabbi Yitzhok Scheiner exploring that the greatness within each of us creates the cosmic meaning of our choices.

Wednesday, July 17th

Summer Learning in Bergen County  9:30AM    Cong. Rinat Yisrael, Beit Midrash 389 W Englewood Teaneck

Yeshiva University in partnership with Rinat Yisrael present two exciting courses over a period of three Wednesday’s .  Program open to men and women.  For more information call Genene Kaye at 201 960 5400.

Friday, July 19th   – Shabbat July 20th  Cong B’nai Yeshurun 641 W Englewood Teaneck

Scholar in Residence – Rabbi Aaron Rakefet

Rabbi Rakefet will speak multiple times during Shabbat.  Rabbi Rakefet is a well known scholar, author and teacher and is currently Professor of Rabbinic Literature at the Gruss Institute in Jerusalem.  The community is welcome to attend.

Sunday, July 21

Rabbi Aaron Rakefet   9:00AM  Cong B’nai Yeshurun 641 W Englewood Teaneck

Breakfast in the Social Hall .

Pre and Post Nuptial Agreement Opportunity Seminar    9:00AM – 2:00PM  Congregation Netivot Shalom 811 Palisade Ave Teaneck


.Monday , July 22nd

Six Flags  8:00PM – Midnight  NCSY ALL BOYS NIGHT

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor  $35 per person for NCSY ticketholders only.  To order tickets and parking passes please call 201 862 0220 or visit www.ncsygreatadventure.com  Minimum height requirement for most rides is 4 feet

Slow Flow Yoga – Relaxation for Women      8:00PM  Cong  Beth Aaron 950 Queen Anne Road Teaneck

$12 per class.  Classes being taught by Ilene Gagliardi  for information contact Joy Sperber robjoy_optonline.net


Sunday, August 4th

Friendship Circle Rummage Sale

Congregation Beth Tefillah  425 Forest Avenue, Paramus

All day Sunday and Monday, profits benefit Friendship Circle programming.

Monday, August 5th

Yavneh Academy 8th Annual Golf and Tennis Outing  Preakness Hills Country Club, Wayne

For information regarding registration or sponsorship opportunities  call Heidi Kuperman, Director of Development at 201-262-8494 ext. 309 or www.yavnehacademy.org

January 15 – 25th   Winter School Break

Yeshivat Noam Family Israel Adventure led by Rabbi Chaim Hagler

Open to the entire community and appropriate for families with children in a wide age range and ideal if the oldest child is in 2 – 5th grade.  Packages available with the option of staying with the group in hotels or only joining for the touring experience.  For itinerary, registration form and pricing information go to www.yeshivatnoam.org or call Rabbi Hagler at 201 261 1919 ext 115.

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