On Monday, July 24, Rabbi Aryeh Leibowitz of Sha’alvim gave the first of the five night shiurim as part of Beth Abraham of Bergenfield’s Nine Days’ learning program. The next three shiurim took place the next three nights, and the last one will take place on Sunday evening, July 30 (Erev Tisha b’Av). These shiurim are part
The Yeshiva University Board of Trustees recently awarded tenure to 17 faculty members across the University’s undergraduate and graduate schools.
At Yeshiva College, Dr. David Lavinsky, associate professor of English; Dr. Ran Shao, associate professor of economics; Dr.
On Shabbat, July 29, following the 7:50 p.m. Mincha at Congregation Beth Aaron, Rabbi Sam Frankel will present a lecture, “Mindfulness and Judaism: How Our Mesorah Embraces Mindfulness.” Congregation Beth Aaron is located at 950 Queen Anne Road in Teaneck.
Rikkud Dance, led by Rochelle Yaros, is having jazz and hip-hop classes for 5-10 year olds in Teaneck on Tuesday evenings beginning September 26.
A class for 5-7 year olds will take place from 4:45 to 5:30 and a class for 8-10 year olds will take
This Sunday, July 30, at 7:00 p.m., the documentary “Here One Day” will be screened at Congregation Beth Aaron. The film—about mental illness, suicide and family—will be introduced by Rabbi Rothwachs and followed by a Q&A session led by producer/director Kathy Leichter. The program is jointly presented by Beth
Allan Brauner will address Congregation Darchei Noam this Shabbat, Shabbat Chazon, July 29, following Kiddush. He will speak about his research into the destinies of 227 girls who worked with his mother in Auschwitz sewing German army uniforms.
Whether you are an expecting mother, a new mother or already have a few babies of your own, join the conversation about breastfeeding together with professionals and other moms. This info session and discussion will take place on Monday, August 7, at 10 a.m. at 405 Cedar Lane. The event is free of charge to moms in Teaneck
The RYNJ rising seventh graders, many of whom will soon be attending Camp Kaylie, a second-month camp for girls, enjoyed their first summer month at various camps and programs. However, these activities were only during the day and when the girls got home at night, with no schoolwork to complete, their only activity was
(courtesy of H. Leiner & Co.) Herschel Leiner of H. LEINER & CO. Corporate & Nonprofit Solutions will be available for limited consulting in Israel this summer, as part of an initiative to broaden the geographic scope of the company’s impact on Jewish nonprofits and yeshivos.
H. LEINER & CO., having serviced over 200 day
Yeshivat Noam parents and friends enjoyed a beautiful day of activities at the Montammy Golf Club in Alpine, New Jersey. With over 80 golfers and over 20 painters, the outing raised important funds for Jewish education and scholarships for those who need them. The golfers enjoyed a beautiful day
Sleepaway camp is a unique opportunity to create some of the best summer memories in a child’s life. This month, a heartwarming project sponsored by Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) is enabling 16 bar and bat mitzvah-age children who have lost either a sibling or parent serving in
For the third year, New York Nonprofit Media honored 40 rising stars in the nonprofit industry under the age of 40. Awardees were honored at a celebratory breakfast event on July 19 at The Capital Grille in downtown Manhattan, and profiled in a special print publication distributed at the event.