Each year, Parshat Noach comes to life with a petting zoo and pony rides. The students of Manhattan Day School spend time feeding and petting the animals, and learning about animal care.
“It’s a great opportunity for the children to have a hands-on experience with the animals,” says Aviva Yablok,
Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Executive Vice President Emeritus of the Orthodox Union, will be visiting Stamford on Shabbat weekend, December 18–19, as part of a weekend that will be sponsored by CAMOS (The Committee to Advance Modern Orthodoxy in Stamford).
He will be speaking three times
Chabad of Riverdale to Offer Hebrew Literacy Program for Children
The Riverdale Chabad is launching a Hebrew literacy initiative for children in grades 2–6 on Monday afternoon from 4:30–6 p.m. The program utilizes Aleph Champ, which uses different colors to represent a hierarchy of
Riverdale–Rabbi Dovid Cohen has recently been appointed the Orthodox Union’s newest Regional Director for the Manhattan, Westchester, Bronx and Connecticut areas. He is enthusiastic and grateful regarding his new appointment and its inherent opportunities. Being the new Regional Director, he feels, is a wonderful opportunity to connect
On Thursday, October 8, the JCC on the Hudson broke ground on a new 6.6-acre community campus in Tarrytown and announced its new name, “The Harold and Elaine Shames JCC on the Hudson.” It will be the first time in 40 years that a new JCC will be constructed in Westchester County.
Johanna Zurndorfer, a member of the Riverdale Y’s Senior Center, has become a centenarian. Born in Rexingen, Germany, before the rise of Hitler’s regime, she enjoyed the pursuits of her Jewish observance, attending a Jewish day school. As a high schooler, she bicycled 2.5 miles each way to attend
On September 24, Ambassador Dennis Ross spoke to a sold-out crowd at Carmel Academy in Greenwich. Over 200 people gathered in the auditorium to hear him speak about the Iran nuclear deal at an event sponsored by UJA Greenwich, JCC Greenwich and the United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien.
The Van Cortlandt Jewish Center has existed in many iterations. First founded in 1927 where minyanim were held in a street-level room in an apartment building, it moved 20 years later into a converted mansion at 3997 Gouverneur Avenue, where it remained for 18 years. Fifty years ago, the VCJC moved to its current home, 3880 Sedgwick
Riverdale Y Senior Events
October 16 at 1 p.m.: Esteemed cabaret singer Francesca Amari will perform in You Make Me Laugh.
October 20 at 10:30 a.m.: A lecture on The Rise of the Jewish Department Store will be presented by Marilyn Kaufman.