The L’Chaim of Tzemach Shemtov of Toledo, Ohio and Dvorah Arnauve of Paris, France took place at Beis Levi Yitzchak in Crown Heights.
Daily Archives: May 22, 2019
LYK Productions and the sixth grade boys of Cheder Chabad Baltimore produced their second video called “Secrets From a Cave”, for Lag Baomer.
Just in Time for Lag B’Omer, well loved singer Mordechai Ben David has released a new single titled “Kdai Hu Rabbi Shimon.”
Watch live stream as Lag B’Omer kicks off by the kever of the Rashbi in Meron.
Watch as the first Lag B’Omer bonfire of the year is lit in Bangkok, at Chabad of Thailand. Chabad of Bankok is run by Rabbi Yosef and Nechama Kantor.
During the remodeling of the Tzemach Tzedek Shul in Tzfat, an area of the land that had not been part of the initial restoration was explored. Rabbi Marzel, a Chabad Shliach in Tzfat, was surprised to find a bor (halachic gathering) of pure mikveh water that had been dug out and used as a mikvah generations before.
Pursuant to the Rebbe’s words, coach buses will be making round-trips to and from Crown Heights and the Ohel every half hour throughout Lag B’Omer day.
The term “chavrusa” traditionally refers to a small group of students who learn Torah together. For Aura Chaya Gispan (Bitton) and Barbara Freedman, two chavrusas who were paired together by JNet in 2007, their learning partnership quickly evolved into the more literal definition of the word chavrusa: in Aramaic, “friendship” or “companionship.”
As Lag B’omer begins Wednesday night, a community bonfire event will be taking place at Wingate High School located at 600 Kingston Ave. (between Rutland Rd and Winthrop St).
On Thursday, Lag B’Omer, there will be a street fair in the afternoon for the entire community. The fair will take place on Lefferts Ave. between Kingston Ave. and New York Ave from 1:00pm-6:00pm.
The L’Chaim of Yisroel Yarmak of Crown Heights and Chana Kogan of Staten Island, NY took place at the Jewish Children’s Museum in Crown Heights.