A joyous celebration will be held on Sunday, June 25 – Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, as the congregants and community welcome a new Sefer Torah to the Besht Center, donated by the Levy family in memory of Chaya Mussia Levy, OBM.
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Keter, a popular Kippah manufacturer, opened a trendy Judaica outlet on Crown Heights’ Kingston Avenue, and quickly became a neighborhood staple, frequented by bargain-hunters and style-seekers alike.
This shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Yitzchok Wolf will leas a discussion on the topic: What Do We Want For Our Children?
On Friday, 15 Sivan (June 9), there will be a rally at the Ohel for all children ages 5 to 12, featuring arts and crafts, prizes, sandwiches and an amazing program. Buses will leave 770 at 1:00pm and return at 3:45pm. Transportation will cost $3.
Mrs. Dini Spielman is sitting Shiva after the passing of her mother OBM at 556 East 5th St. [between Cortelyou … Continued
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Wednesday and Thursday, May 31 and June 1, for Shavuos. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
On the first night of Shavuos at the Besht, three renowned lecturers will lead discussions in Torah: 12:15am – Rabbi Mendy Wolff; 1:15am – Rabbi Mendel Hershkop; 2:15am – Rabbi Levke Kaplan.
On Wednesday, the first day of Shavuos, there will be various minyonim for Krias Hatorah and Aseres Hadibros around Crown Heights, which were arranged for women and children who cannot make it to Shul during Shachris.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) and parking meter regulations will be suspended on Monday, May 29, for Memorial Day.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Michoel Seligson will lead a discussion on the topic: Shavuos with the Rebbe and 50 years to the miracles of the 6 day war.
“While you are out shopping for cheesecake and other delicacies for Shavuos, please take a minute and think about your friends, neighbors and relatives who are calling us for money and knocking on our door so that they can buy challah and milk for Yom Tov,” writes director of Chevra Simchas Shabbos V’Yomtov (CSSY) Rabbi Bentzion Stock in a letter to the Crown Heights community.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Thursday, May 25, for a Catholic holiday. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
This past Friday, an 11-year-old boy fell 12 feet off of a stairwell railing and landed directly on his head onto the floor below. He fractured his skull, and suffered traumatic damage.
A ceremony will be held on Monday evening, May 15th, marking the Shloshim since the passing of a beloved member of the Crown Heights community, Rabbi Berel Epstein, OBM.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT, will lead a discussion on the topic: Good thoughts, great outcomes.
Parade organizers have asked Crown Heights residents not to park on Kingston Ave. between President and Eastern Parkway as well as in the Eastern Parkway service lanes over Shabbos. Preparations for the Parade will begin immediately after Shabbos, and cars parked there will cause delays and will have to be towed.
Today, Thursday, 15 Iyar (May 11), there will be a rally at the Ohel for all children ages 5 to 12, featuring a special game, raffle, sandwiches and an amazing program. Buses will leave 770 at 5:00pm and return at 7:45pm. Transportation will cost $3. Each child will receive a Bow & Arrow in honor of Lag B’Omer!
This Thursday evening, May 11th, a challah bake event will be held in Lubavitcher Yeshiva as a means to intensify and expand the Torah-true feminine activity of “separating the challah.” Women and girls who may know the “how” but not the “why,” or have not yet experienced baking challah, are invited for an evening of inspiration, to be hosted by the Nshei Chabad Mivztoim committee under the capable guidance of Gitty Rappoport.
The Great Parade office at 828 Eastern Pkwy is now open for T-Shirt and wristband pickups.
Marking the beginning of Lag Ba’omer, a communal bonfire will be lit once again on Kingston Avenue in front of the Wingate High School – located at 600 Kingston Avenue – beginning at 9:45pm.
The Great Lag Ba’omer Parade has ramped up its street entertainment for this year, with a first-ever BMX stunt show to hit the Eastern Parkway parade.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Dovid Zaklikowski will lead a discussion on the topic: why march in the streets?