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FREE ISSUE 219 OCTOBER 10, 2019

‫פרשת האזינו‬ ‫י”א תשרי תש”פ‬

SIMCHA IN ITS PUREST FORM What was it like to attend the Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah in the Beis Hamikdash?

TELLING AN ESROG FROM AN ESROG A local DEALER shares the story of hiddur mitzvah

MY SHINING MOMENT My masterpiece was finally hanging in my shvigger’s sukkah...

THE TASTES AND TONES OF AUTUMN Bring BEAUTY AND FLAVOR into your sukkah

ALWAYS IN OUR SUKKAH Could a chance encounter ignite a nearly snuffed-out spark? FYI:

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS INSIDE: YOUR 5780 CHOL HAMOED EXCURSIONS GUIDE


YOM TOV S C H E D U L E

MAIN SITE 728 N. MAIN STREET • SPRING VALLEY 12PM-12:30AM

9/30

MONDAY

12PM-12:30AM

10/1

TUESDAY

12PM-12:30AM

10/9

WEDNESDAY

12PM-12:30AM

10/14

MONDAY

12PM-12:30AM

10/15

TUESDAY

12PM-12:30AM

10/21

MONDAY

12PM-12:30AM

10/22

TUESDAY

‫ראש השנה א׳ תשרי‬ ‫ראש השנה ב׳ תשרי‬ ‫יום כיפור י׳ תשרי‬ ‫סוכות ט׳׳ו תשרי‬ ‫סוכות ט׳׳ז תשרי‬ ‫שמיני עצרת כ׳׳ב תשרי‬ ‫שמחת תורה כ׳׳ג תשרי‬

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9/30

MONDAY

10AM-2PM

10/1

TUESDAY

10AM-2PM

10/9

WEDNESDAY

10AM-2PM

10/14

MONDAY

10AM-2PM

10/15

TUESDAY

10AM-2PM

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Should I be concerned? Certainly a child of six years old should be able to tolerate smells and sounds without losing control. We therefore need to figure out why displaying such behavior. Are these isolated occurrences, or are these symptoms pointing to something bigger? Is he doing it for attention? When did these responses and reactions start? Obviously, before making a diagnosis, it’s important to know whether he only recently started exhibiting such extreme behavior, or if he has always reacted this way. Once these variables are determined, it is then possible to figure out what the nature of the difficulty is. If it is entirely sensory, then we’d slowly help him learn to tolerate the sounds of the environment. If he does not know how to regulate his own reactions, then we’d need to teach him methods of self-control and relaxation. If there are issues related to family and attention, then we’d need to work with him on developing better social skills. With a proper evaluation we would be able to determine the right treatment and services that would help your son and your family on a daily basis.

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Sukkos is also known as Zman Simchaseinu. We enter the sukkah full of simcha as we are taken under the wings of the Shechinah. And yet, just a few days before, we were far from Hashem and in need of doing teshuvah. Could it really be that our teshuvah was so quickly accepted that we can go from being far from Hashem to being so very close to Him in such a short time? It says in the Torah, “And you shall take for yourselves on the first day the fruit of the hadar tree, branches of date palm trees, a branch of a braided tree, and willow of the brook, and you shall rejoice before Hashem your G-d for a seven-day period… For a seven-day period you shall dwell in sukkahs… In order that your generations should know that I had the Bnei Yisroel live in sukkahs when I took them out of the land of Mitzrayim.” (Vayikra 23:40–43) The Midrash says that the four minim can represent four types of Yidden. The “fruit of the hadar tree,” the esrog, has both taste and fragrance, and represents those in Klal Yisroel who have both Torah and mitzvos (the tzaddikim). Next is “the branches of the date palm.” The date has taste, but no smell, and represents those who have Torah, but no mitzvos. The “branch of a braided tree” is the myrtle, which has fragrance but no taste. This represents those who have mitzvos, but not Torah. Finally, the “willow of the brook” has no fragrance and no taste. It

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represents those devoid of both mitzvos and Torah. The Ksav Sofer cites this Midrash to explain how it is that we go so quickly from being far from Hashem to rejoicing under the wings of the Shechinah. The above pesukim reveal that it can indeed happen that quickly. There are three main ideas in the above pesukim: (1) Taking the arba minim (U’lekachtem lachem…); (2) Rejoicing before Hashem (…u’semachtem lifnei Hashem…); and (3) Dwelling in the sukkah (Ba’sukkos teishvu…). The Ksav Sofer explains that the mitzvos of taking the arba minim and dwelling in the sukkah are related. In one hand we hold the esrog, which represents the tzaddik, and in the other hand we hold the remaining three minim, which represent every other type of Yid. Before Yom Kippur and in the Aseres Yemei Teshuvah, these four categories would not be in the same place, as one is close to Hashem and the others, to varying degrees, are far. After Yom Kippur, however, these three categories of Yidden become baalei teshuvah, and we know that teshuvah is so powerful that “in the place where the baal teshuvah stands, even a tzaddik cannot stand” (Brachos 34b). And indeed, the three minim corresponding to these three types of Yidden are held in the right hand, illustrating this point. Next, it says, we are to rejoice before Hashem. After doing teshuvah and coming close to Hash-

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A steady rain felt like heavenly tears as more than 200 people turned out at the Monsey Jewish Cemetery on September 26 to give kavod acharon to an unknown number of Holocaust victims whose remains were smuggled out of the Chelmno death camp years ago. The remains had been previously donated to the Holocaust Museum and Center for Tolerance and Education in a small box that was believed to contain nothing more than dirt from Chelmno, the first of six Nazi death camps that also included Auschwitz, Majdanek, Belzec, Sobibor and Treblinka. Museum curator Julie Golding said that staffers inventorying artifacts this past January sent the dirt for analysis and discovered that it contained ashes and human bone fragments. The museum,

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which recently located to Rockland Community College from its longtime home adjacent to the Finkelstein Memorial Library, consulted with Rav Reuven Feinstein and Rabbi Elchonon Zohn of the National Association of Chevra Kadisha, the Chelmno Holocaust Museum, the Polish general consul in New York, and Poland’s chief rabbi, Rabbi Michael Shudrich, so that it could bring the remains to kever Yisroel without encountering any halachic or legal problems. “They were placed in a full-size aron, something we were told to do by the rabbanim for kavod hameis because we don’t know how many people are in there — it could be five or it could be fifty,” said Golding. “The remains were placed in a tallis, in a full set of tachrichim, with dirt from Eretz Yisroel.” Congregation Sons of Israel in Spring Valley donated an area of land large enough for 35 plots to be used for the burial, and a group of men, women and children representing the full spectrum of Rockland County’s Jewish community braved inclement weather for the


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“What do I have to know?” he asked. His muscles were tense, and his shoulders felt pinched. “Nothing special. With Tehillim and Mishnayos it’s one rate, and without them it’s another rate. But I always say Tehillim or learn. When it’s two of us we can take shifts, with one of us going out to doze and the other staying in the room.” “Where is it?” Binyamin remembered to ask. “Rashi Street. The levayah is supposed to be tomorrow morning.” “And they leave him in the house like that for all these hours?” “What does ‘like that’ mean? Can you think of something better for him now than having two yeshivah bachurim saying Tehillim at his side all night? So yes, that’s how they leave him.” Shabsi was emphatic as he turned right. Binyamin didn’t know what he expected to see when they arrived, but the building was silent. There was no wailing from inside, and the wall was bare; there were no signs. “We have to tell them to put up a warning sign for Kohanim,” Shabsi said, scanning the gate. “Who is it?” Binyamin asked as they climbed the stairs in the ancient building. “A very old man, a Holocaust survivor. His grandson taught me in yeshivah ketanah, and he was one of the youngest of his grandsons. There are already great-grandchildren in

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“What do you say about this doctor, Totty?” Elisheva Potolsky asked her father as the two of them walked out of the outpatient clinic at Beilinson Hospital. “He’s good,” he replied. “Yes, baruch Hashem. He gives a professional impression,” Elisheva agreed. “I’m happy we found him. If walking will become easier for you, then coming all the way here will have been worth it.” She stepped up to the curb and flagged a taxi. “To Bnei Brak, Chazon Ish Street,” she said as her father struggled into the front seat. “You need to go to work,” he protested feebly. “You should get off there; I’ll continue to my place by myself.” “I want to talk to the management at the nursing home about the physical therapy that you need,” Elisheva said. “And it’s fine; I’m not losing a day of work. I switched my day off this week.” He murmured something, and she closed the door behind him. Her cell phone rang just as she settled into the back seat. She ignored it at first; she didn’t like speaking on the phone when she was with her father. But it continued ringing over and over again, and she saw the driver glancing at her quizzically through the mirror. She hastily pulled the phone out of her pocketbook, making sure as she did so that her father’s insurance card


was there. Rosenblit’s number was on her phone’s screen. What did the lawyer’s office want now? Hadn’t Eliyahu tied up all the loose ends with them? “Hello?” “Hello, this is Rosenblit. Am I speaking with Mrs. Potolsky?” “Yes. Is there something I can help you with, Mr. Rosenblit?” “Well, your husband isn’t available right now, and I wanted to find out what was going on.” “What do you mean?” she asked warily. Of course Eliyahu wasn’t available now; he was in kollel. But what did Rosenblit want? As far as she knew, they’d had a bit more than 15,000 shekels left in the account after all the wedding expenses, and Eliyahu had wired the money back to the lawyer. “You made a bank transfer to us yesterday for 15,350 shekels.” “That’s right.” “So, what is that money?” “What do you mean? It’s what was left over from what we got from you.” “But the receipts that you sent in show that there was a smaller amount remaining.” “Oh,” she said. “Yes, there were a few small things that my husband felt were not covered by the agreement with Mr. Korman, but they were on the same receipts so the sum was higher. But we returned that money.” “What kind of things did your husband feel were not covered by the agreement?” Elisheva tried to remember. “Like three new shirts for my son, when he only needed one for the wedding. And there was something else there… Oh, right, he had a voucher for a discount on a hat, which he got from yeshivah, so the amount we paid for the hat was less than what the receipt showed. There were a few other clothing items for the family with the same story.”

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She didn’t tell him about the shoes she’d bought for Miri when they’d gone to buy Tzippy’s wedding shoes after Miri had remarked several times that she liked a certain pair of weekday shoes. She also didn’t tell him about the new towels she had chosen for herself, as per Eliyahu’s request. When he’d seen the tower of new towels and linens growing in the closet in the girls’ room and on the shelf in their room, he’d asked her to buy something new for herself, for their house. At first, he’d wanted her to buy a good set of linen. “You’re always replacing one shmattah piece with another,” he’d said. “By now the sets aren’t even sets. The pillowcases don’t have matching sheets anymore, and the sheets don’t have matching pillowcases. I want you to also have something nice and new out of all this shopping. We’ll manage with the expense, b’ezras Hashem.” But when she saw the skyhigh prices in the high-end linen store that Tzippy had buoyantly marched into, choosing three sets for herself — well, Elisheva’s heart just didn’t let her follow suit. She sufficed with four goodquality, soft towels, the type she hadn’t allowed herself to buy for more than twenty years, and they had paid for it with a check that included everything. Eliyahu had carefully kept a list of all these additional expenses and had deducted them from the final tally. She wouldn’t be detailing those things to the lawyer. “Those little purchases don’t make a difference to Korman,” Rosenblit said, sounding somewhat impatient. “Actually, he sent me a message this morning that he doesn’t want any of the change.” “What? Which change?” “The change you wired back. If even a small amount like this is transferred back to his account, he could have trouble


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ality in my client and intensify it with the perfect design. It is truly a blessing to be able to make women feel beautiful and happy while staying true to our religious principles.

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principles. With family origins from the Mediterranean coast, I want to infuse warmth and intricate simplicity to my garments along with the powerful American woman spirit and religious life we are lucky to live.

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Sanders Hospitalized THE PULSE: This past Tuesday, Vermont Senator

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have expressed concern regarding his age and how it can affect his capacity to serve as president. If Sanders is unable to return to the campaign trail quickly, it may prove fatal for his presidential ambitions. Even if he were to return to the trail, this episode would likely hurt his campaign, as it will give voters a reason to question his fitness for office. Sanders attempted to use this incident as a way to plug his support for Medicaid for All. He put out a statement: “None of us know when a medical emergency might affect us. And no one should fear going bankrupt if it occurs. Medicare for All!�


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businessman Andrew Yang brought in a surprising haul of $10 million in campaign donations for the third quarter of this year. Many of these donations were from small-time donors who donated amounts of $200 or less. Yang’s haul is considered impressive because the businessman has limited political experience and contacts. THE ISSUES: Yang’s signature issue is his promise of a so-called Freedom Dividend. It will ensure a universal basic income of $1,000 for every American, independent of an individual’s work status or other factors. Yang also supports Medicare for All and advocates for Human-Centered Capitalism. Yang has focused on the need to address the risk that automation poses to the American worker. THE IMPACT: Raising $10 million puts Yang in the top tier of Democratic candidates. It gives his campaign the ability to spread its message on the national stage. Yang has been very successful in energizing his “Yang Gang” group of core supporters. He will now be able to work to broaden that base. Recent polling puts Yang at about 3 percent, which places him number six in the field of Democratic candidates.

Warren Continues to Surge THE PULSE: Recent polling has indicated that Senator Elizabeth Warren has closed the gap and surpassed Joe Biden as the leader of the Democratic field of candidates. A recent Economist/You Gov poll showed Warren with a six-point lead over Biden. She has also closed the gap or taken the lead in early primary and caucus states. THE IMPACT: To date, Joe Biden has benefited from a fractured progressive base, which is splitting its support among various liberal candidates such as Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris. How-

ever, as Warren pulls ahead and continues to project strength, she will likely be seen as the most viable progressive candidate. In turn, this may lead liberal Democratic primary voters to coalesce their support around her candidacy. This will make her a compelling candidate. It is sure to create concern among business behemoths and those on Wall Street that she has threatened to take on if elected.

Michael Bennet Criticizes Biden THE PULSE: Democratic presidential candidate and

Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) criticized former Vice President Biden by saying that he would not allow his children to engage in the type of business ventures made by Biden’s son Hunter. Bennet stressed that public servants should focus on serving the public and avoid exploiting their connections for personal gain. THE IMPACT: Bennet has styled himself as a centrist

candidate. In 2013, he was part of the Group of Eight that worked on bipartisan immigration reform. He is one of a handful of Democratic candidates to favor allocating funds for extending the physical barrier on the U.S.-Mexico border, provided that experts recommend it. Currently, Joe Biden is receiving the bulk of centrist Democratic support. Bennet may perceive that a window of opportunity exists should Biden falter or be harmed by the Ukraine saga. He is positioning himself as a centrist alternative to Biden and is seeking to appeal to that base. Bennet’s mother is Jewish, and his grandparents are Holocaust survivors.

Intelligence Community Inspector General Rebuts False Information THE PULSE: On Sunday, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) claimed that the whistleblower rules were changed shortly before a whistleblower complaint was

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lodged against President Trump. He intimated that this rule change allowed for secondhand information and hearsay. Senators Chuck Grassley, Mike Lee and Ron Johnson also raised concerns that the whistleblower rules may have been changed. President Trump repeated this claim and put out a statement in all-caps, stating, “WHO CHANGED THE LONG STANDING WHISTLEBLOWER RULES JUST BEFORE SUBMITTAL OF THE FAKE WHISTLEBLOWER REPORT? DRAIN THE SWAMP!” However, the office of the Inspector General Mike Atkinson put out a fourpage statement rejecting this argument as false. It stated that firsthand knowledge was never a requirement. Furthermore, the whistleblower process that was used has been on the books for over a year. Lastly, the statement claims that the whistleblower alleges to have firsthand knowledge of events. THE IMPACT: The prompt response of the Inspector General’s office highlights the need for quick and effective communication in today’s fastpaced world. As the impeachment process heats up, there will undoubtedly be mistaken information and misinformation spread by both sides of the debate. Those in the know must get out the facts to the American people as soon as they can. This will help prevent the spread of false theories and arguments so that the electorate can have a real sense of what is transpiring.

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It’s fall and there’s a slight chill out. Hashem invites us to spend the week of Sukkos together, ensconced in warmth and togetherness. The changing colors of the trees set a scene that’s striking and dramatic, and the autumn bounty all around us beautifies our yom tov tables. Let the colors and flavors of fall inspire you as you prepare a menu fit for Zman Simchaseinu. The dishes featured here are infused with the tastes and aromas that autumn brings. May this new season herald a flow of shefa and bracha for all of Klal Yisroel. Wishing us all a yom tov that warms and illuminates from the inside out.

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SALMON WELLINGTON CIGARS WITH MUSTARD DIPPING SAUCE

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I served these with a salad of baby arugula, red onions and rainbow carrot ribbons. The dipping sauce works great doubled as a dressing.

INGREDIENTS 15 oz. semi-rolled sheet of puff pastry, defrosted

1 large onion, finely chopped Oil, for sautĂŠing

1 3-inch slice of fresh salmon, deskinned

8 oz. cremini mushrooms, finely chopped

Salt and pepper to taste

3 cloves garlic, minced

One egg, beaten

DIRECTIONS 1. Saute onions over medium-high heat until they start to brown. Add mushrooms and saute until onions and mushrooms are nicely browned. Add garlic and saute until fragrant, about 30 seconds. Transfer mushroom mixture to a bowl. 2. To prepare the salmon, season both sides with salt and pepper. Cut into thin 3-inch-long strips. Sear salmon strips on both sides until lightly browned, about 30 seconds per side. Set aside. 3. To assemble, preheat oven to 450°. Roll out the puff pastry until quite thin, and cut into 4-inch squares. Place a spoonful of mushrooms in the center of the flaky dough square. Top with a strip of salmon. Roll up tightly. Secure the sides by folding under just a bit. Place seam-side-down on a baking sheet. Brush with beaten egg and bake until golden, about 15 minutes.

MUSTARD DIPPING SAUCE INGREDIENTS 2 tsp. mustard

2 tsp. soy sauce

2 T. mayonnaise

2 T. honey

DIRECTIONS Mix all sauce ingredients until smooth.

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AUTUMN-INSPIRED PEAR SOUP

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INGREDIENTS 4 Bartlett pears

Salt

1 large butternut squash

5 cups water

1 large turnip

1 sprig of fresh sage

Olive oil, for drizzling

Dash of white pepper

Dash of cinnamon

¼ cup coffee whitener

DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 250°. Cut two of the pears lengthwise into paper-thin slices. Place in a single layer on a baking sheet. Bake until pears are dry, about 1 hour. Set aside. 2. Raise the oven temperature to 400°. Cut butternut squash in half lengthwise. Peel turnip and cut in half. Peel pears, cut in half lengthwise and core. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle lightly with cinnamon. Sprinkle salt on the vegetables. Place squash, turnip and pears on a baking sheet, and roast for 50 minutes. 3. Remove from oven. Scoop out insides of squash and place in a medium-size pot. Add turnip, pears and 5 cups water. Add sage, 1 teaspoon salt and a dash of white pepper. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, then lower and simmer for half an hour. 4. Remove sage. Puree soup with an immersion blender until very smooth. Add coffee whitener and mix to combine. Taste and adjust seasoning if needed.

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Most sangria recipes call for some brandy in addition to the wine. I chose to skip the brandy for a sweeter, lighter sangria.

INGREDIENTS ¼ cup water

2 cups apple cider

1 cinnamon stick

1 Honeycrisp apple, chopped

¼ cup maple syrup

1 green pear, chopped

1 bottle of light Spanish wine; I used Casato ½ an orange, chopped

DIRECTIONS 1. Place water and cinnamon stick in a small pan. Simmer for five minutes. Add maple syrup and cook an additional two minutes. 2. Cool slightly, and then add to a pitcher along with the rest of sangria ingredients. Allow to chill. The longer it gets steeped, the more flavorful it becomes!

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B’YOM SIMCHASCHEM Think Sukkos, and visions of crisp fall temperatures and warm fur capes come to mind. In contrast to the outdoor chill, we want to create a sukkah that’s an oasis of warmth and coziness. This sukkah scene is meant to portray exactly that. From the golden warmth of the elegant chairs to the vibrant flowers, guests will feel nestled in an aura that defies the outdoor chill. Coordinating tables and chairs can really enhance the ambiance. The chairs featured are available for rent at HS Events. The gold-accented dishes complete the look and are available at Auction Mart.

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FLOWER PANEL

The literal meaning of hiddur mitzvah is the beautification of a mitzvah. Those are actions that glorify our yomim tovim and add pep to our step as we channel our creativity toward designing splendid sukkah decor. This flower panel can be customized to your size and taste. You can switch it up and create a horizontal border around the entire sukkah, or even a panel for each wall!

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YOU WILL NEED:

If your grids come folded, flatten them with a heavy object so they’re easier to work with.

4 23”x16” flower grids Approximately 112 flowers — it’s best to buy them in bunches Glue gun and glue sticks

STEP 1 It all starts with gorgeous flowers. You can choose to use one type or mix and match. Choosing my flowers was a joy thanks to the vast selection at Jubilee Party. I went for a combo of lavender peonies and a splash of fuchsia daisies to add interest. Select a color combo that will complement your sukkah decor, your tablescape or both. But ultimately this flower panel is all about art. No need to be specific or follow rules in terms of which flowers you must use or where to place them.

STEP 3 Remove the stem of the flowers until only the part with the small opening remains, as shown.

STEP 4

STEP 5

Plug the flower heads into the protruding caps on the grid.

Spread out the flower petals to increase surface area, and secure with glue gun. Don’t leave too many gaps, or the wall will look sparse. Continue with the remaining flowers. I prefer to use the leaves mainly at the edges, but you can also use them to fill in empty spaces if necessary.

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STEP 6 Continue affixing flowers to remaining grids until you have enough filled grids to form your panel.

STEP 7

STEP 8 Hang the panel in your sukkah, and step back to survey your beautiful work!

Choose fresh flowers for your yom tov table to complement your wall art. I chose a vibrant bunch of fuschia daisies from Blossoms Floral Bar.

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On Sukkos, it is a mitzvah to partake in the joy of Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah, as a remembrance of the celebrations during the time of the Beis Hamikdash. Let’s take a peek at the wondrous festivities that accompanied the water-drawing during the glorious days when the Beis Hamikdash stood tall in sheer splendor. 196 / THE MONSEY VIEW


Our Feet Stand in Your Gates, Yerushalayim! The sound of lively, joyous singing gets louder as the throngs draw near. From all sides of the mountain, streaming masses of Yidden make their way up to the heart of the world, the Beis Hamikdash, in honor of the upcoming yom tov. Dressed in their finest, they bask in the majestic aura of the holiest of cities. The pomp and ceremony reveal the deep excitement felt by each and every Yid. It is an excitement for the opportunity to bestow honor upon Hakadosh Baruch Hu in this visit to His Abode, and excitement for the opportunity to soak in the kedushah and inspiration. What a privilege to savor trickles of overflowing bracha that the Beis Hamikdash, the source of all shefa, showers upon us Yidden. They come from as far as Bavel, Alexandria and Athens, and of course, all parts of Eretz Yisroel. Entering the holiest city brings smiles to their faces, and nearing the Makom

Hamikdash is exhilarating. Young and old, rich and poor, the learned and the ignorant — the large variety of Yidden from all walks of life converge upon the “Ir shechubrah lah yachdav,” the city that joins together all Yidden (Tehillim 122:3). Coming at once to our Father’s Dwelling causes everyone to feel true kinship with one another, regardless of the varying backgrounds or modes of dress. As the Gemara Yerushalmi terms it, “a city wherein all Yidden become friends” (Yerushalmi Chagigah 3:6). Here, at this most sanctified spot in the entire world, every Yid wishes to replenish his spiritual nourishment. The Beis Hamikdash towers majestically over the city. Even the nations of the world feast their eyes on its splendor. The structure’s bluish-green marble is reminiscent of ocean waves and generates a feeling of calm. The gates are coated in gold. Adorned by

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Songs of Ascents Why did Dovid Hamelech compose the fifteen Shir Hamaalos? When excavations at the spot of the mizbe’ach began, the waters that lay deep under the earth began to surge upward, threatening to flood the entire world. Dovid Hamelech inscribed Hashem’s name on a piece of earthenware and threw it into the water. The water immediately began to subside and receded sixteen levels. When Dovid realized that this would cause trouble for the world’s irrigational needs, he composed the fifteen “Songs of Ascents,” increasing the water level with each one until it reached a safe level.

thousands of golden candelabras, flowers and knobs, the décor sparkles in magnificence. The Beis Hamikdash shimmers in an ethereal light. No other structure in the world can compete with its beauty. But what truly makes the Beis Hamikdash stand out in its glory is the kedushah, the love between Hashem and His children that fills up the very air. It is the “Beis Habechirah,” Hashem’s Chosen House. Each time the Yidden are oleh regel, they have the zechus to take part in the avodah in the Beis Hamikdash. The general public stands in the Ezras Yisroel, adjacent to the Ezras Kohanim where the Kohanim offer the korbanos, and the Levi’im praise Hashem with music and song. On the first day of Sukkos, thirteen parim, thirteen bulls, are brought as korbanos, in addition to two rams and fourteen lambs. Every day, the number of bulls is decreased by one. A total of seventy parim are sacrificed, corre-

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sponding with the seventy nations of the world. The times of aliyah l’regel also pose an opportunity for the Sanhedrin, situated in the Lishkas Hagazis, to publicize decisions and rulings for all of Klal Yisroel to hear. Once every seven years, the mitzvah of Hakhel is performed on Sukkos. The king reads from the Torah, and the entire nation — men, women and children — gather to listen. Then comes the highlight of the Sukkos pilgrimage to the Beis Hamikdash: the Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah. It is the climax of such intense joy, that if someone would say “chag” without specifying which one, it would be self-understood that he is referring to Sukkos.

‫ושאבתם מים‬ ‫בששון ממעיני‬ ‫הישועה‬ All eyes are on the young Kohanim as they nimbly inch up the four ladders that rest against the candelabras standing at a height of 50 amos. They carry jugs large enough to hold 24 lug of oil (roughly 2.2 to 3.8 gallons), which they pour into four golden bowls at the top. Large, strong wicks made of worn-out linen pants and belts previously worn by Kohanim are placed inside the bowls of oil. The Kohanim light the candelabras, and all of Yerushalayim is bathed in a dazzling bright light that makes it seem as if it is in the middle of the day. There isn’t a courtyard in all of Yerushalayim that does not reflect the brightness. If a woman would stand outside her home, she could even check her grain by its light. As the brightness casts its glow upon the assembled, the crowds mirror its intensity, erupting in lively song led by the Levi’im. PREPARATIONS for the grand Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah in the Beis Hamikdash begin at nightfall, as the first day of Sukkos comes to a close. A flurry of activity in the Ezras Nashim accompanies the renovations. Large metal struts are attached to specific spots alongside the walls, expressly designated for this purpose. Wooden boards are laid upon the beams, creating elaborate balconies for the women alongside the southern, eastern and northern sides of the courtyard. The men stand on the floor of the azarah below. Miraculously, despite its modest size of 187 amos by 135 amos (approximately 294 by 212 feet), tens of thousands of enthusiastic Yidden fit inside. Anticipation mounts. Everyone waits for just this moment, having made the trek from near and far to take part in these once-a-year festivities. Finally, the Levi’im burst into a symphony of lively, heartfelt song, playing harps, violins, lyres, cymbals, trumpets, as well as other instruments. It is a band that resounds in joyous unison. As they stand on the


fifteen wide, rounded steps that correspond to the fifteen Shir Hamaalos, they sing those songs of praise and joy. Chassidim v’anshei maaseh dance spiritedly, holding burning torches and joining in the songs of praise. Talmidei chachamim express their intense joy by juggling and performing impressive acrobatic feats. Roshei yeshivah and members of the Sanhedrin clap and sing, displaying pure, unadulterated ecstasy. The nasi Rabban Shimon ben Gamliel used to juggle eight burning torches with one hand. He tossed one and caught one, in quick succession, and not once did one torch touch another. Only the chachamim and distinguished Yidden are worthy of dancing; the general populace watches in awe. And even as the hour gets late, they are still glued to the sights, taking it all in. The visual impact of the Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah is inspiring; the urge to take part in the rejoicing is irresistible. It isn’t for nothing that the Gemara specifically says, “Mi shelo ra’ah simchas beis hasho’eivah, lo ra’ah simchah miyamav” (Sukkah 51). Seeing the joy is the very highest form of experiencing it. The celebrations continue throughout the night, gathering momentum as morning approaches. Two Kohanim stand at the Upper Gate, the Shaar Nikanor, atop the fifteen steps, silver trumpets in their hands. As dawn breaks, they blow — tekiah, teruah, tekiah — and begin to descend. At the tenth step, they pause and blow again. At the bottom, they sound the trumpets once more. They continue until they reach the gate that leads out to the east. Here, they turn around and face the Beis Hamikdash, sound twelve blasts, and call out, “We belong to Hashem, and our eyes are turned toward Hashem!” A large procession follows the Kohanim out to the Shiloach Spring, in the valley south of the Har Habayis.

ADORNED BY THOUSANDS OF GOLDEN CANDELABRAS, FLOWERS AND KNOBS, THE DÉCOR SPARKLES IN MAGNIFICENCE. THE BEIS HAMIKDASH SHIMMERS IN AN ETHEREAL LIGHT. The Kohanim fill a golden pitcher with three lug (roughly 4.4 to 7.6 cups) of fresh water from the spring, and this water will be poured onto the mizbe’ach after the daily Korban Tamid of Shacharis. Drawing the water awakens such extreme awareness of Hakadosh Baruch Hu that the people draw Ruach Hakodesh along with the water. This transforms the occasion into the epitome of simcha. Yonah Hanavi is one of those who attained levels of Ruach Hakodesh and nevuah merely from taking part in the spirit of joy surrounding the drawing of the water. The waters of the Shiloach Spring are known as “mayanei ha’yeshuah,” waters of salvation, for they are used to anoint the kings of Malchus Beis David. The procession turns around and retraces its steps back to the Beis Hamikdash. As they arrive at the Shaar Hamayim — a special gate opened only once a year, for this occasion — the Kohanim blast again — tekiah, teruah, tekiah! One Kohen ascends the ramp of the mizbe’ach and turns to his left, where two silver bowls lie. Each one has a hole at the bottom for the liquid to flow through. The bowl with the wider hole is intended for wine, which trickles more slowly, and the bowl with the narrower opening is used for the water. This way, both bowls can empty at the same speed. Throughout the year, every kor-

ban is accompanied by libations of wine. On Sukkos, water is poured as well, in the unique mitzvah of Nisuch Hamayim. The Korban Tamid is offered, and then the wine and water are poured. The celebrations last about fifteen and a half hours straight, and everyone remains spellbound throughout. Men, women and children are all so entranced by the sights that they don’t feel the hours passing. On each consecutive day of Sukkos, the celebrations are repeated, aside from on Shabbos (and the first day of yom tov, when the Nisuch Hamayim is not accompanied by music and song). Instead, the waters are prepared prior to Shabbos and stored in a golden vessel in the Beis Hamikdash. Reb Yehoshua ben Chananya described how during all the days of the water-drawing, “Our eyes saw no sleep.” Between wakeful nights of song and dance; the korbanos, Torah and tefillah; a short break for food; and then celebrations once again, there is simply no time to sleep! Bnei beischa k’vatchilah... How we yearn for the time when the Kohanim will return to their avodah, the Levi’im to their song, and all of Klal Yisroel will be granted the opportunity to bow down to You, three times a year, in Your chosen spot.

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The Schlesinger brothers and their arba When minim is a partnership that goes way back conversin time. Growing up, their family lived ing with Rabacross the street from two arba minim bi Schlesinger, dealers. Before Sukkos, lines of people would stand at their door to partner in the Achim ask their father sheilos about their Schlesinger esrogim arba minim, and they imbibed the business, it's easy to realchavivas hamitzvah all throughout ize that dealing in esrogim is their childhood. Naturally, they a labor of love. “With esrogim, gravitated to this field years later. there's a special chavivus hamAchim Schlesinger started itzvah, a geshmak,” he says to exout humbly about twenty years plain why Yidden will spend lots ago. As a yungerman, one of the of money and effort to find that brothers was unsuccessful in perfect esrog. I ask him for his searching for an esrog one Erev Sukkos, until he asked an esrog take, as an esrog dealer, on this dealer to help him find one. He nationwide fondness of this mitzsoon got involved in this man's vah. “Maybe it's because of the store, helping him manage it, deep remazim associated with this and then finally took over the mitzvah — the arba minim repreoperation when the man left the field. Today, the Schlesinger sent the different parts of the brothers run arba minim stores in person, and the esrog, above every major community in New all, is compared to the York — Boro Park, Williamsburg, heart.” Monsey and Monroe — as well as a small store in Lakewood.

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THE DIFFERENT ESROG TYPES Like a proud father showing off his sons, Rabbi Schlesinger speaks passionately about the different types of esrogim available and their unique characteristics. There are seven main types of esrogim on the market, he explains. The first is the Moroccan esrog that hails from Morocco, of course, and was famously favored by the Satmar Rav. The Williamsburg Satmar community almost exclusively uses this esrog. It is generally expensive, as the costs involved in traveling to Morocco and finding proper accommodations are steep. A Moroccan esrog can easily cost $2,000, and on more than one occasion, has sold for $5,000! The second is known as the Yaneve esrog from Italy. This esrog is used by the general chassidish crowd, and it is also usually an expensive esrog. Then there is the famous Chazon Ish esrog. These esrogim are from trees grown from the original esrog used by the Chazon Ish. This esrog gained its status

as extra-mehudar by the Litvish community as it derives from an esrog that the Chazon Ish himself used for a bracha, which was surely completely kosher and not murkav — from mixed breed — which is halachically prohibited. This esrog also carries a special nevuah and promise of the Chazon Ish that it is not murkav. The original Chazon Ish esrog was replanted by two talmidim in his garden, which has led to the naming of the two strains of the Chazon Ish esrog: Rav Yehudah Lefkowitz and Rav Halpern. Rabbi Schlesinger explains why obtaining non-murkav esrogim is a real challenge. Breeding a mix of fruits produces more handsome fruit and is therefore a popular agricultural choice. Esrogim, which may not be of mixed breed, require a hechsher, as without supervision it may well be from a murkav breed. The fourth category is called Esrogei Eretz Yisroel. Eretz Yisroel's fruits have always been prized, so this bears no introduction. This esrog is popularly used in the Belz and Viznitz communities. This esrog sells at an average of $100 to $200. The fifth type is the Teimani

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(Yemenite) esrog, which originated in Yemen and was then replanted in Eretz Yisroel. It is believed that the Brisker Rav made a bracha on the Teimani esrog. This was his favored esrog as it derived from wild, untamed orchards in Yemen, which could seemingly not have

Lubavitch Israeli community of Kfar Chabad. It is a nice breed and used by other chassidim as well. The seventh esrog is the Maharil Diskin esrog. This esrog, originally used by the Maharil Diskin of Yerushalayim, was also replanted by two talmidim, Rav Braverman and Rav Kivelevitz.

REAPING THE FRUITS Now we know a little about the fruit — but what about the labor? The arba minim business rolls into motion in midsummer. It is then that the Schlesinger brothers spend several weeks in Eretz Yisroel, where they visit orchards run by heimishe Yidden and order several thousand esrogim. The Schlesinger brothers primarily sell Teimani, Chazon Ish and Eretz Yisroel esrogim, which bear the hechsherim of Badatz Yerushalayim, the Belzer beis din, Rav Wosner or Rav Nissim Karelitz. The order arrives to the U.S. roughly one week before Selichos.

ONE FRUIT, DIFFERENT FLAVORS

been murkav. However, anyone in the know is also aware that the Brisker Rav, in true Brisker fashion, actually purchased a variety of esrogim for the bracha, in hopes that at least one of them was completely kosher. The sixth type of esrog is the Kfar Chabad esrog. This esrog originated in Italy and was replanted in the

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What makes an esrog beautiful? There are various parameters for an esrog's beauty, depending on where you come from and what you prize. Often, the Litvish community will consider a clean and unblemished esrog the prime choice, while there are many who are particular about straight, symmetrical edges. While an esrog should halachically be yellow, it is often green when purchased and turns yellow by the beginning of yom tov. The arba minim famously represent four different kinds of Yidden, as well as the different parts of the human body. The esrog is an apt metaphor for the human heart, but perhaps it is also representative of the different strains and flavors in the Jewish world. The variety and diverse preferences of esrogim is a microcosm of our diverse, eclectic nation. All of its groups are beautiful in their unique way. But the esrog also highlights the place where Yidden all meet: in our love for mitzvos. The geshmak for the mitzvah of arba minim and the search for the perfect esrog are expressions of a Yid’s love for Hashem and His commands. It is here — in that search for our esrog, different as it may be — that we are really all the same. Here we all unite, and our differences fall away. And that is certainly beautiful. Malka Katzman is the author of Teens Talk, the literary companion that shares over twenty real-life stories from teenager's realities.


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ad I met the tall, muscular fellow in the street back home, I would have simply crossed the street and walked away without a backward glance, but now I couldn’t do that. First, he was talking enthusiastically before I had even registered his presence. And second, there was no other side of the street! We were standing on a quiet country road in the heart of the Catskill Mountains. I had snatched a few minutes in the busy pre-camp days to take a stroll with my two teenage sons. Our expectations weren’t grand; all we sought was some quiet time in the green embrace of nature. As it turned out, we got a lot more than we bargained for! “So, guys, are you here for my exhibit?” the man asked, his roiling French accent evident in every syllable. My two yeshivah boys, who had never before been called “guys” and didn’t quite know what to do with the unfamiliar nametag, simply shrugged and smiled. But the man — who introduced himself as Pierre — had no issue speaking for all three of them. “Good to see you! Just follow me for the tour of a lifetime!”

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Mendy quirked an eyebrow in my direction, waiting for permission. Chezky, my mischievous son who could never turn down a chance for adventure, was already following Pierre into a gated enclosure. It looked tantalizing and altogether mysterious, but I was on the alert. As I waved Mendy on, I quickly called my husband for emergency backup. I was grateful when he picked up on the first ring. “What’s that supposed to mean?” Dovid asked, trying to decipher my jumbled words. “The boys followed someone — a tall stranger wearing a straw hat — into his house?!” “Yes, just come!” I replied, peeking through the slats of the white gate. “I mean, no. No! They didn’t go into his house. They just went into

his — his — um, exhibit. Just a fiveminute walk from our colony.” Dovid swung over in our newly leased car (for a quick getaway, he said) and confidently strode onto the man’s property. And what a sight it was! The courtyard was enclosed by decorative white fences that let the sunlight in, yet managed to create an oasis of solitude. Inside, there was a tremendous expanse of cobblestone walkways, winding their way alongside an exhibit of the most fascinating clay sculptures. “Clay?” Pierre laughed when I said something to that effect. His straw hat jiggled from the force of his amusement. “That’s a good one! You call this clay, huh?” I was too polite to reiterate my opinion, but Chezky seemed per-


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whisper in my ears every night when I contemplate what a fool I’ve been…” Too late. Too late. The words bounced around in the magnificent, sun-dappled courtyard. Dovid grabbed them by their stinging tails and forcefully crushed them to bits. “There’s no such thing,” he said quietly, yet ever so confidently. “As Yidden, we know that the concept of ‘too late’ does not exist.” “He’s gone,” Pierre said flatly. “Gone! I had so many plans. I knew that one day — one day, I would come back. I would make him proud! He was — is — my Tatte. Do you know how he cried when I left? You have no idea. Those words — oh, those words...” Mendy and Chezky stared silently. I felt uncomfortable and surreptitiously edged away, standing at a generous distance as Pierre gingerly lifted the curtain of his past. “He told me, ‘Pinchas! Du vest eibig zein mein kind!’ You hear?! That’s what he said. He said that I will always be his child. Now, no matter how far I’ve wandered, I know that I am Tatte’s son. I am his child. But I thought I would come back someday. Now… now it’s too late.” Those words again! Dovid didn’t let them linger in the air. “Pierre — Pinchas — it’s not too late. Your Tatte is up there, and he’s listening to your every word. He’s waiting for you!” Pierre’s face had shuttered. He was moving away… away from the young Pinchas who had a father and a mother. Away from the little boy who knew that his Tatte would always be waiting for him to come home. Swiftly, before the moment fizzled into nothingness, Dovid took out his pocket siddur and thumbed through the pages. “Here,” he said. “For your Tatte.” Pierre was taken aback. “You want to test my Hebrew reading?”

he asked, half in jest. “This is something you can do for him,” Dovid persisted. “You’re an only son, I assume?” Pierre nodded. “So no one else in the entire world can give your father this gift,” my husband continued. “Only you. Your Tatte has been waiting these past few months for someone to say Kaddish for his neshamah. You can do that, Pierre.” I held my breath. It seemed that all of creation was holding its breath as the man with the straw hat took the little siddur and brought it close to his face. He squinted, and then cleared his throat. This wasn’t going

day, but not before begging Dovid to visit Pierre and nudge him along. “Tell him there’s a minyan at our colony every morning,” Chezky urged. “He can borrow your tefillin and say Kaddish every day.” “Invite him for Shabbos,” Mendy suggested. “I’m sure he’ll want to come.” But Pierre didn’t take us up on our repeated invitations. He promised to come to shul… and didn’t show up. Every Shabbos there was a different “important festival” that he simply “had to attend.” It was only the last week of the summer, when we were already packing our summer experience into cardboard boxes, that Pierre resurfaced. Dovid dropped by for a final visit, and it was obvious that Pierre had been waiting for him. “Oh, there you are,” he called out with his distinct French accent. “I have something for you.” Dovid heard him dragging something heavy along the cobblestone path, bumping it gently step by step. “Here you go,” Pierre said finally, propping up the tremendous sculpture for my startled husband to admire. The lifelike replica of the arba minim was breathtaking. Pierre had painted it carefully, with shaded greens and yellows, to create the perfect look. They were both silent, listening to torrents of words that would forever remain unspoken. At last, Pierre said, “Give it to your sons. The yeshivah boys. Tell them that… that I’m going back to France, but part of me will be sitting with them in your sukkah. I remember learning that the sukkah protected us in the desert, right?” Dovid nodded, not trusting himself to speak. “I’m still stuck in my personal desert, but part of me… is in your sukkah,” he said quietly. “You’re a great host.”

“Pierre – Pinchas – it’s not too late. Your Tatte is up there, and he’s listening to your every word. He’s waiting for you!”

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to be easy. When those first few words wafted through the silent courtyard, it was simultaneously uplifting and heart-wrenching. Chezky was uncharacteristically silent as he closed his eyes and let the heilige words wash over him. I peeked at Mendy who was leaning against the fence, his mouth set in a hard line as he clamped down on his whirling emotions. There wasn’t much to say as Pierre choked out the last few words. Solemnly, Dovid and the boys shook his hand in wordless acknowledgment of his courage and strength. He had taken his first step in the right direction. There were murmured promises of “we’ll be back to visit” and “can’t wait to see you again.” Pierre stood at the entrance to his courtyard exhibit, looking after us as we walked back to our bungalow colony, so blessedly alive with the sounds and sights of Yiddishkeit. The boys left to camp the next

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utmost to impress her by bringing their talent to the table, too. Observing the dynamics as a newcomer to the family, I believe that beneath the veneer of perfection and the it’s-no-bigdeal attitude, what all of us are really aiming for is to outdo one another. Chaya Sury always brings the latest trends in the baking industry. And that’s no surprise; she runs her own patisserie. Rivky sews her children’s clothes and jackets — and nobody competes with her. Gitty takes care of the annual yom tov gift and wraps it magnificently, and Minky is always appreciated for setting everyone’s sheitlach. That leaves me with an uber-strong desire to prove myself too. My husband looks up from caressing his new baby, his flawless esrog. “You’re so creative and gifted with your hands. Why don’t you do something along those lines? It doesn’t have to be food.” He carefully wraps the esrog in its foam and returns it to a high shelf in the curio chest. He’s right. As a kallah I designed a beautiful wall hanging to be hung in my in-law’s foyer.

It wasn’t the ready-made, follow-the-instructions kind of kit. From start to finish, I designed the tapestry myself. Metallic threads and strands in shades of blue juxtaposed to create a breathtaking ocean scenery. The water seemed to shimmer with lapping waves. Clouds that one could almost touch hovered lazily over the ocean. It was magnificent. And I knew then that I’d aced it, because had my mother-in-law not loved it, she would never have displayed it in her entranceway as prominently as she did. She would’ve found a very polite way to rave about how it’s “absolutely perfect for the basement guestroom,” much like she did when the Brauns, her Israeli guests, presented her with a shivas haminim painting. “I know what I’m going to do,” I suddenly exclaim, “a chandelier! I’ve seen many DIY tutorials, and I can so see your mother appreciating something like that!” “We’ve only got a few days before yom tov,” my husband cautions, “but if you think it’s doable, then I’m all for it.” Knowing that the creation will involve an all-nighter, I


sketch a pattern right away. With a few strokes, I design an intricate chandelier with a rounded open body and six golden branches extending from its center. To soften the effect, I add tiny metallic leaves that appear to be sprouting from each branch and complete my sketch with sockets where I’d place incandescent vintage bulbs. I put my pencil down and marvel at the outline. Dreamlike. Pleased, I compile a list of everything I need from The Home Depot. The next morning, I leave home early and stop at The Home Depot before work. I feel out of place, like I walked into the men’s side of a simcha. The store is packed with bachurim and men buying sukkah-building paraphernalia. Up and down the aisles I go, my cart quickly filling up. The only thing I haven’t located yet is the glue. Elmer’s won’t do the trick here. An orange-clad employee, with “More Saving. More Doing.” emblazoned in white on his apron, asks if I need help. “Where can I find a glue with a strong-enough hold for glitter?” I ask. He leads me to the back of the store where big buckets of glue are displayed. If not for the type of store I am in, they could easily be mistaken for milk bottles. “This is it, miss. It’s strong and dries fast — like Krazy Glue!” The price is exorbitant, but I have no intention of skimping on what will account for the most important part of my artwork. I thank the employee and head to the self-checkout. That very night I get to work. Employing materials and colors that are aesthetically appropriate for my in-law’s gorgeous sukkah, I start creating the actual fixture. First I form the

body of the chandelier. Then I twist wires I dipped in highquality glitter tightly around the branches. Hours pass as I meticulously glue and perfect, twist and measure. The night is over by the time the tiny gold leaves are strategically added for a final touch. I step back to admire my work. Mess notwithstanding, it is breathtaking. And despite my husband’s quasi-disapproving glance at the clock when he wakes up to daven k’vasikin, ev-

My hopes and expectations are not dashed. As soon as I walk into the house, a circle of admirers surrounds me. I’ve never seen my mother-in-law beam like this. As per her instructions, my handy brother-in-law gets a ladder, and before I know it, my spectacular creation is hanging above the splendidly set table. Every few minutes, I spy my mother-in-law staring upward. Before I know it, yom tov is here and the extended family is seated around the sukkah table. We bask in each others’ company, huddling together cozily in the beautiful sukkah. I catch a glimpse of my mother-in-law’s face. She’s glowing. A lot. I look at her again and see it’s more than the nachas-glow of having her children around her. Uneasily, I look up. My qualms are confirmed. Yes, my handmade beautiful chandelier is softly showering us with a glittery rainfall. Soon the men’s and women’s headgear are coated with a fine dusting of glitter. The tablecloth casts a gold shimmer, too. Not knowing where to look, I look down, embarrassed, but it does not help at all — glitter is swarming dizzily in my bowl of soup. Suddenly, Chaya Sury jabs me in my ribs. “Don’t feel bad. It only enhances the experience.” Oh my. It must be that obvious. She flicks some glitter off her index finger. “You think this is bad? I got engaged a few days before Sukkos and worked for days on petit fours for Ari’s ushpizin. When I brought it over on Erev Sukkos, I discovered that

I feel out of place, like I walked into the men’s side of a simcha. The store is packed with bachurim and men buying sukkahbuilding paraphernalia. erything is superb. I can barely wait to see my mother-in-law’s reaction. My creation, I am positive, will be the talk of the town. Being that our humble abode doesn’t boast space for a sukkah, a few days later finds my husband and myself packing up to move in with my in-laws for yom tov. Transporting the contraption is no picnic. It doesn’t even fit into a car in one piece, and there’s no way I’m offering to disassemble it. The fun starts when we hoof it to my in-laws, balancing the chandelier atop our suitcases and bags for the full 30-minute walk. Heads turn at the walking chandelier, but I venture on, knowing that the look of admiration on my mother-in-law’s face will make it worth the while.

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It’s that time of year again, when summer’s blazes begin to relent and grudgingly make way for autumn’s hesitant first breezes. The unique sounds of Tishrei are everywhere. Hammers bang, chickens squawk, shops are packed, babies cry, and the traffic — oh, the traffic! There’s honking, beeping and shouting. Sirens blare, and school buses and trucks compete for insufficient road space. Riding on the heels of summer, two months of relative quiet, the noise seems deafening. Boro Park’s avenues swarm with people. The stores are selling back-to-school items alongside metallic sukkah decorations. Music booms. Tables laden with esrogin and lulavim are spread out all over the avenue and manned by an eclectic mix of vendors. From somewhere, I don’t know from where, shofar blasts are heard — loud, unrelenting, whining sounds. People are lugging huge pieces of wood, blue tarps and whatnot for their sukkahs. This is 13th Avenue’s finest hour. I turn the corner and walk down the quieter side streets. I observe sukkah after sukkah being put up, many of them with relative ease. A smile springs up on my face as I remember the sukkah of my childhood: the difficulties, the happy moments and the comical situations that building our almostimpossible-to-construct sukkah involved.

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Every year, as Sukkos slowly drew near, and then suddenly — almost unexpectedly — made her grand entrance right behind the awe of Rosh Hashanah and the solemnity of Yom Kippur, the discussions in our home centered around one topic: The Sukkah. My brothers, young bachurim, would sit and discuss sukkah-building strategies, as if they were taking apart a blatt Gemara. New ideas were chewed over, expounded upon, debated and then tossed away for their utter impracticality. There was no easy way to build our sukkah. There was only one way — the very hard way. As yom tov approached, my mother would become anxious. “If women were to build the sukkah,” she paraphrased her friend, “it would have long been in the freezer!” Her practical nature could not understand the mysterious, baffling methods that building our sukkah entailed. “This year, we’ll build a large porch off the back bedroom for our sukkah!” she’d suggest every year again. (The porch never happened.) Or, “This year, we’ll go to a hotel for Sukkos.” (We never went.) My father always wanted to be home. His precious sukkah was (and still is) a sparkling slice of Gan Eden for him. And we happily stayed home. And Sukkos in our beloved sukkah was beautiful. We built our sukkah in our crooked city backyard. A hulking wooden shed called “the garage” leaned against the back gate that separated our yard from the neighbors’ like a stuffed muddy elephant, frozen in time. The rest of the backyard was a jumble of overgrown weeds and soil peeking through jagged rocks. The boys spent many hours sweating in the sun, adjusting the floorboards to the unpredictable backyard surface. The sukkah floor was tailor-made with great precision to fit every

bulge and crevice of the floor like interlocking puzzle pieces. And woe if the sukkah had to be moved! Our sukkah (measuring 8 feet by 20 feet) was placed in the middle of the backyard, with no support on either side. The winds would blow without pity, and the very wide walls would sway precariously like tree branches in a storm. We’d hold our breaths, but our walls would hold up with dignity and grace. Our wall panels were a colorful patchwork of neighbors’ and relatives’ donations. They were worn, spent and ridden with holes. Upon building the sukkah, we had to come up with creative ways to attach the panels to one another. There was no space left in them to drill new holes! But our sukkah panels, they stood tall and straight, showing no signs of fatigue or exhaustion — only pride and pleasure at fulfilling their duty as the support of our distinguished abode. And the shlock! Our poor shlock had its share of mishaps and misfortunes over the years. Erecting our shlock took more time and effort than building the entire sukkah. For several years, we tried everything, from manually rolling up the tarp (with two people on two different ladders getting up on either side

to partly roll it up, and then getting down and back up again...), to putting up triangular frames for the shlock to rest on (but the shlock ripped on yom tov, pouring buckets of rain into our sukkah), to no shlock at all (yes, everything got wet). Our sophisticated ideas often caused more trouble than not. Years earlier, it was very different. Sukkah-building was that much more challenging for lack of manpower (most of the boys were not even born yet). I recall the year I stayed home from school to help my father build the sukkah. (Being the oldest has its privileges.) It was one happy little girl who stood in the backyard, thrilled at the chance to spend some time alone with her tatty, and even more thrilled to be home from school. Did I mention that I am not very handy? Did I mention that I inherited my father’s genes? All was quiet that morning; there was no banging or drilling from the neighbors. I was holding two weathered white panels next to each other, and my father drilled them together as I held on tight. We were so proud. The first wall of our sukkah was already in a vertical position. We could do this! Sukkah-building was a cinch!

There was no easy way to build our sukkah. There was only one way — the very hard way.

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Suddenly, out of nowhere, a strong gust of wind blew over and slammed the upright sukkah wall onto the floor, pinning us to the ground under the weight of the oversized panels. We did not know what hit us (quite literally). It was hilarious. Tall, lanky Tatty and small, little me crouched under the collapsed white wall. We laughed and laughed. And laughed some more as we extricated ourselves from the mess. We brushed ourselves off. The panels were left in the backyard, we went back inside, and my father returned to what he does best: learning Torah. Cousin Shimon came over that night and tried to help my father get the sukkah up. They stood and spoke divrei Torah for hours. We children had a grand time running around and playing games under the dark sky. Not much sukkah-building got done that night, but fret not. Even in those years, before the boys grew up, we always had a sukkah; sometimes it was built earlier, sometimes later, and sometimes even later. Our sukkah was so beloved. Unlike the easy-to-assemble sukkahs of today, we put in hours of work and made do with less-thanfavorable circumstances and materials. We gave much thought and time to our sukkah and took great pride in our work. And then, at last, when everything was done — the shlock, the decorations, the lights, the Shabbos clocks! (let’s not get started…), the tables, the chairs, the tablecloths, the dishes, the beds (who’s sleeping here, who’s sleeping in Uncle Meir’s sukkah, and who’s sleeping in married Chaim’s sukkah?); when we finally slowed down, relaxed and made Kiddush in our beloved sukkah, we sensed what our father knew, that we were sitting in a miniature Gan Eden. The sukkah’s loving embrace made us feel cherished and secure. We breathed in the heady scents of my mother’s delicious, lovingly cooked food and listened to the enjoyable mingling of various nischaos and zemiros from our neighbors. Our eyes turned upward to gaze through the s’chach at the starry sky, and we happily, sincerely and so gratefully whispered a heartfelt, “Shehecheyanu.” Postscript: My parents recently moved to a new apartment. It’s smaller than their previous apartment, but it has one overwhelming advantage: a driveway with a leveled cement floor!

We’d hold our breaths, but our walls would hold up with dignity and grace.

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Musical Families The five commonly recognized families of instruments are brass, string, woodwind, percussion and keyboard.

Hitting the Highest Note The most expensive grand piano really is quite grand, to say the least! This transparent masterpiece, made up entirely of crystal and manufactured by Heintzman & Co., was played just once before it was retired. After all, no player wants to risk cracking this delicate $3.22 million piece!

The world’s most expensive violin, the Vieuxtemps Guarneri, is even older than the good ol’ U.S. of A. Originally manufactured in 1741, it has been played by the most preeminent violinists since then. It recently sold for a price in the $18 million range, though the exact number is undisclosed as is the identity of the buyer. Its anonymous owner has given it on lifetime loan to a famous violinist so the rest of the world can enjoy the unbelievable gamut of sound it is capable of producing.

Whether the Macdonald Stradivarius Viola is considered more expensive is up to you to decide. This prized violin, crafted by the king of strings, Antonio Stradivari, was up for auction in 2014 with a minimum bid of $45 million. No buyer was forthcoming, though.

Another Strad valued at a price above $18 million is the Duport Stradivarius Cello, with a $20 million value tag notwithstanding the dent it bears. Napoleon Bonaparte is said to have asked its first owner, Duport, if he could play the instrument, and then left a dent from his boots on the violin’s body when he mishandled it.

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A Modern Stradivarius? The Stradivarius is the most prized violin in the world. What is its secret? The wood that famous violin maker Antonio Stradivari used had grown during the cold period that lasted between 1650 and the early 17th century. These trees had lower density and higher elasticity than other woods and an overall superb tonal quality, since they’d slowly matured during cool summers and long, freezing winters. In recent years, Swiss wood researcher Professor Francis Schwarze discovered two fungi species that decay Norway spruce and sycamore (the two woods used in violin making) to that perfect extent for it to attain amazing tonal quality, resulting in a modern, affordable violin that mimics the sound of the typical Strad. So similar are the sounds, that four fungally treated wood were played in a blind behind-the-curtain test versus a genuine Stradivarius from 1711, and both the jury of experts and the audience at large could not differentiate which was the actual Stradivarius. In fact, the winner for tonal quality was Opus 58 — a treated violin — and the genuine Stradivarius came in second place.

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To Play or Not to Play?

A piano has thousands of working parts (8,000 on average), and if even one of them isn’t fully functional, the music is compromised.

The most commonly played instrument is the piano or keyboard. Approximately 21 million Americans have mastered the art.

The harmonica is the best-selling musical instrument across the world.

After the piano, the most commonly played instruments are the guitar, violin, drums and the saxophone.

Harps are generally between 25 and 76 inches tall and have between 15 and 47 strings.

The piano covers the full spectrum of all musical instrument sounds, from below the lowest note of the double bassoon, to above the top note of the piccolo.

About 54 percent of American homes have at least one musical instrument, and 48 percent of American families have at least one member who plays an instrument.

The easiest instrument to master is the ukulele, a four-stringed instrument that is strummed with the fingers. Other instruments that can more easily be mastered (and often learned on one’s own) are the six-stringed guitar, the recorder, piano and the harmonica. Even though the hardest instrument to ace is the violin, also known as fiddle, there are some mighty tricky wind instruments: the french horn, oboe and bagpipe. Then there’s one in the keyboard family, the organ, that also makes it onto the list of the top five toughies

Tehillim’s Background Music We know that Dovid Hamelech played the kinor, strumming a tune as he composed the hallowed words of Tehillim. But what exactly is a kinor? While the exact translation was lost along the way, authorities agree that the modern-day equivalent is a string instrument in the harp and lyre family.

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Preparation is just as important as the hike itself. When you’re properly prepared, you’re less likely to run into problems. Before you hike: • Plan your exact route. This involves understanding the trails, how to read a trail map and knowing which route you will be taking. • Predetermine where you ought to be at certain points of the day. • Create an itinerary and share it with someone outside of your group. •Always have a fully charged cellphone. Ideally, you should only hike with a trail map, and a GPS device or GPS equipped phone. • Make sure to have plenty of food and water, wear hiking shoes, and dress appropriately for the weather. Bring along a first aid kit, map and compass or GPS, flashlight, insulation (jacket/raincoat), matches or a lighter, and whistle. • Bring along at least one person. • Add COMMSAR’s number to your contacts

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On the trail: • Always follow official trail markers and do not wander from the trail. • Don’t split your up group • Make sure you have more than enough time to get back before sunset. • For trailside map support and other questions, call 845/833 I-AM-LOST (4265678) If you are lost: • If you find yourself lost stay put. (If you don’t have cell coverage, you can explore the immediate area to try to find a signal.) • Call for help first. Speaking to emergency services and search and rescue comes before family. Preserve your phone battery. • No cellphone coverage? Try SMS in poor reception areas. If it’s nearing night, get warm. Put on extra layers. Build a campfire. If it’s raining, build a makeshift shelter. Stay calm, help is on the way.

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Chol Hamoed Sukkos 5780 Disclaimer: All content featured in Excursions is for informational purposes only. The Monsey View does not endorse the destinations listed and does not take responsibility for any informational or typographical errors. Please call the vendors to verify details before setting out.

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Chaverim: Rockland County: (845) 371-6333 (NEED), Brooklyn/Manhattan/Catskills: (718) 431-8181 For Interstate Chaverim and branches in other cities, please call your local branch.

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Manny Weldler Park

Clark Recreation Center

148 W. Maple Avenue, Monsey, NY 10952

59 Campbell Avenue, Airmont, NY 10952

Large park with playground, sand area, tennis and handball courts, and bike trails

Some parks are for residents only. Please check for postings. Utmost care should be taken when visiting all parks not to intrude on or upset locals.

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Free

Dawn to dusk

Eugene Levy Memorial Park

Free

Dawn to dusk

11 Grotke Road, Spring Valley, NY 10977

Free

Dawn to dusk

Willow Tree Park

Beautiful park with three playstations, pond, picnic tables and benches, shaded trails, and basketball court

Local

Free

Dawn to dusk

Gregory R. Sikorsky Children’s Park

Willow Tree Road, Wesley Hills, NY 10952

35 Lime Kiln Road, Suffern, NY 10901

Massive willow trees cascading over beautiful lake with bike path around the lake

Free

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Beautiful park with lush, grassy areas, novel play equipment, trails, pond, picnic tables and stargazing platform

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Local

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Children’s Park

920 Rte. 45, Pomona, NY 10970

Local

Shaded park with large playground, basketball and tennis court, and picnic tables

Dawn to dusk

Sunny fenced-in playground with nearby jogging path around a pond with a water fountain

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Local

Free

Dawn to dusk


PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Winter’s Park

Dutch Gardens

47 East Ramapo Avenue, Mahwah, NJ 07430

Newly renovated children’s park, with playground, gazebo, pond, picnic tables and geese feeding

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14 minutes

21 New Hempstead Road, New City, NY 10956

Free

57 New Hempstead Road, New City, NY 10956

Untouched wetland, one-mile trail around lake, with meadow and small streams and sightings of birds, butterflies, fish and other animals

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Free

Hiking trail, picnic area and benches around a pond

15 minutes

Finch Park

Dawn to dusk

Free

Highview Community Park

194 Church Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446

In back of 24 Highview Avenue, Nanuet, NY 10954

Beautiful, sprawling park with sandbox, benches, picnic table, playground and medieval era-themed equipment

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Free

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Demarest Kill County Park

Franklin Turnpike, Allendale, NJ 07401 500 feet after Cottage Place at small parking lot

15 minutes

14 minutes

Monday to Friday: 7:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Free

Celery Farm Nature Preserve

15 minutes

Historic garden with walking paths, gazebo, tea house behind Rocland County Courthouse

Fenced-in playground with extensive castle-themed play and climbing area, slides, swings and rock wall

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

High Tor State Park

Lake Welch Beach

417 S. Mountain Road, New City, NY 10956

800 Kanawauke Road, Stony Point, NY 10980

A moderate 45-minute climb with breathtaking 360-degree views. Mountain can be climbed even when park is closed.

18 minutes

845-634-8074

Gorgeous half-mile man-made beach open for picnicking in the fall and winter

20 minutes

Free

$10 parking

Park is closed for the season, but the mountain can be climbed.

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Ramapo Valley Reservation

Borough Park

608 Ramapo Valley Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430

98 Pine Street, Waldwick, NJ 07463

Reservation with hiking trails, pond, waterfall and breathtaking views

20 minutes

201-327-3500

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10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Buttermilk Falls County Park

21 Gagan Road, West Haverstraw, NY 10993

199 S. Greenbush Road, West Nyack, NY 10994

Park bordering the Hudson River with great playgrounds, grassy picnic areas with grilling, boardwalk and walking path

Free

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Park with special country charm, featuring playgrounds, bike path, picnic tables, a stream with ducks and lots of shade

Free

Haverstraw Bay County Park

20 minutes

845-947-2444

Dawn to dusk

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Well-maintained trails with great views and waterfalls (weather permitting) cascading down the mountain

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Ringwood Manor State Park

State Line Lookout

1304 Sloatsburg Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456

Closter, NJ, GPS: 40.988412, -73.908272

Beautiful 4,400acre park with trails, picnicking and streams. NJ Botanical Gardens and Shepherd Lake is part of the park but accessed via a different point.

20 minutes

973-962-7031

Lookout point right off the Palisades Parkway

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8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

23 minutes

Nyack Memorial Park

Perkins Memorial Drive, Tomkins Cove, NY 10986

Park with pier, playground, gazebo, splash pad and great river views

Free

Dawn to dusk

Nyack Beach State Park

25 minutes Free April 1–November 30, weather permitting; daylight hours

Wild Duck Pond: 1133 E. Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450

Hudson River park with small beach for children and long riverside trail with benches that leads to Rockland Lake Park

25 minutes

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845-358-1316

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25 minutes

$6 parking. Only upper parking lot is currently open, with pedestrian-only access to trailhead and facilities

Free

Dawn to dusk

Dawn to dusk

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Breathtaking scenic drive or hike up Bear Mountain with parking on summit and along the way, with breathtaking 360-degree views at the top

Saddle River County Park

698 N. Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960

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Around the clock

Perkins Memorial Tower Observatory

4 Depew Avenue, Nyack, NY 10960

23 minutes

Free

Saddle River Area Bike Path stretching for nearly six miles along a linear park system.

201-336-7275


PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Bear Mountain State Park

Rockland Lake State Park

3006 Seven Lakes Drive, Bear Mountain, NY 10911

299 Rockand Lake Road, Valley Cottage, NY 10989

Great hiking, climbing, picnicking and grilling destination with lake, zoo, museum, carousel and boating in warmer weather

25 minutes

845-786-2701

$10 parking

845-268-3020 Bike rental 3 minutes from Rockland Lake (11 minutes from Nyack Beach State Park)

Dawn to dusk

Piermont Pier

Conger's Bike Rental 845-268-3315 107 Lake Road, Congers, NY 10920

Tallman Mountain State Park

Piermont, NY 10968 – From Paradise Ave. or Pier Ave., follow signs to the pier

Pier with scenic views extending a mile into Hudson River that can be biked, walked or driven through

Free

Dawn to dusk

Blauvelt State Park

Route 9W, Sparkill NY 10976

Shaded park with trails, paths, picnic areas, tennis court and small playground

25 minutes

845-359-0544

$6 parking, not collected at all times Dawn to dusk

Paterson Great Falls

Blauvelt, NY 10913

72 McBride Avenue, Paterson, NJ 07501

Undeveloped state park with hiking trails and WWIera tunnels, rifle range and ruins. Access points detailed in Issue 103 of The Monsey View.

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25 minutes

25 minutes $8 parking

8:00 a.m.–sunset

25 minutes

Park with picnic tables, grilling, hiking trails, novel climbing equipment and a bike path around Rockland Lake

Free

Dawn to dusk

Magnificent falls with bridge and paths, and easy foot access close to the falls

30 minutes

973-523-0370

Free Dawn to dusk

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Scenic Hudson Riverwalk Park

Scenic Hudson Park

250 W. Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591

Irvington, NY 10533

Waterfront park with riverside esplanade and magnificent views, which can be reached via Tappan Zee Express

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30 minutes

914-631-8347

© GOOGLE 2016 YANKY BREIER

31 minutes

Well-kept park with playgrounds and a walkway with amazing Hudson River views

914-591-7736

Free

Free

Half-hour before sunrise to half-hour after sunset

March–November: 7:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.; December– February: 7:30 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

Kingsland Point Park and the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse

Ruach Hachaim Park

Tarrytown Light-Kingsland Point Path, Palmer Ave., Sleepy Hollow, NY; Accessible from the Palmer Avenue Bridge over the Metro-North tracks (at the very end of Palmer Avenue, where it meets Riverside Drive)

111 Ivy Lane, Monroe, NY 10950 49 Larkin Drive, Monroe, NY 10950

Park featuring separate boys’ and girls’ sections with a variety of interesting equipment and activities

18-acre park on Hudson River shore with overlook areas of Tarrytown lighthouse

914-366-5109

32 minutes

33 minutes

845-774-7275

Parking: $10 for non-residents

Free

8:00 a.m. to dusk

Sunday: 12:00–4:30 p.m.; Monday to Friday: 3:00–7:30 p.m.

Goosepond Mountain State Park

Ross Dock Picnic Area

1198 New York 17M, Chester, NY 10918

Fort Lee, NJ, GPS: 40.860425, -73.955772

Undeveloped state park with woods, fields, trails and wetlands

34 minutes

Free

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845-786-2701

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38 minutes Free Dawn to dusk

Gorgeous scenic waterfront park with picnic tables, trails, playground and views of the Hudson and GWB

201-768-1360


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Present a RKS receipt of $300 and up,and get $8 off your Fun Band ONE PER FAMILY

At the Shoppers Haven parking lot on Main St.

845-356-MALL (6255) Ext 5

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Overpeck County Park

Rockefeller State Park Preserve

50 Fort Lee Road, Leonia, NJ 07605; Make a right at the first traffic circle, go past the wooden bridge and down the road until you hit a second traffic circle. On your right will be the parking lot.

125 Phelps Way, Pleasantville, NY 10570

Great park with fun equipment and jungle gyms, water views, walking paths, and boat rentals in warmer seasons

38 minutes Free

201-336-7275 7:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Teatown Lake Reservation

39 minutes

$6 parking

160 Westerly Road, Ossining, NY 10562

Tranquil nature reserve with a great lakeside loop with swinging bridge and interesting nature center

914-762-2912

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: LAKE LADY

40 minutes

Free; $5 parking

Free

Dawn to dusk; Nature Center: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Dawn to dusk

Croton Gorge Park/Croton Dam

Sprawling 843-acre park with pedicabs, biking, boating, picnicking, zoo, carousel and lots of grass

914-827-9568

Free Dawn to dusk. Please note that park do not let cars in once parking lot is full.

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845-941-3189

New York, NY

Breathtaking man-made falls with dramatic drop and spillway, with playground, picnicking and hiking

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Park with amazing Hudson River views, great to visit in conjunction with HaverstrawOssining Ferry

Central Park

Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520

42 minutes

7:00 a.m.–sunset

The Louis Engel Waterfront Park

1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining, NY 10562

39 minutes

Scenic paths through wetlands, woodlands, meadows, fields, streams, rivers and lakes, and traversing bridges and carriage roads

43 minutes Admission is free; recreation available for various prices

212-310-6600 6:00 a.m.–1:00 a.m.


PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Pedicab Tours

Mianus River Gorge

411 W. 55th Street, New York, NY 10019

167 Mianus River Road, Bedford, NY 10506

Offering 1- to 3-hour pedicab tours through Central Park

44 minutes

917-405-1303

Well-maintained trails with beautiful views of river and Havemeyer Falls

45 minutes

914-234-3455

Starts at $60 adults; $50 children

No fee, but visitors are encouraged to contribute

9:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.

8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Walkway Over the Hudson Highland Entrance: 87 Havilland Road, Highland, NY 12528 Poughkeepsie Entrance: 61 Parker Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

334 Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Beautiful park with novel play areas, sand areas, carousel, swings, slide mountain, marsh garden and more. Limited parking — best visited by public transportation.

52 minutes

718-222-9939

1.28-mile elevated pedestrian bridge over the Hudson River with 21-story elevator (elevator may close in extreme weather))

1 hour

Free

Parking $5; walkway and park are free

6:00 a.m.–1:00 a.m.

7:00 a.m.–sunset

Leisure Ride Bike Rental

Ellenville Fault Ice Caves

266 Titusville Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

400 Sams Point Rd, Cragsmoor, NY 12420

Rent all types of bike (surreys, tandem, elliptigo and more) for a ride on the scenic, peaceful Dutchess Rail Trail

1 hour and 7 minutes

845-486-8125

Ice caves in Sam’s Point area of Minnewaska State Park

1 hour and 10 minutes

Varies

$10 parking; caves are free

9:30 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Sunday until 6:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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845-647-7989


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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Bushkill Falls

Minnewaska State Park

Lehman Township, PA 18627

5281 Route 44-55, Kerhonkson, NY 12446

Color-coded trails of different lengths amid waterfalls and beautiful scenes of nature

Preserve with breathtaking views, trails, sky lakes and a lot of beauty to behold

1 hour 10 minutes

845-255-0752

1 hour 30 minutes

888-287-4545

Trails: Adults: $14.50; Seniors (62+): $13.50; Children ages 4–10: $8.50; Children 3 and younger: free; Adults and seniors pay additional $2 on Sunday

Free 9:00 a.m.–approximately dusk

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Lancaster Buggy Rides There are several vendors along Old Philadelphia Pike in Pennsylvania, within minutes of each other.

Abe’s Buggy Rides:

2596 Old Philadelphia Pike (Bird in Hand) 717-392-1794

Lancaster PA Buggy Rides:

3027 Old Philadlphia Pike (Ronks) 717-278-0302 (They will feature pony rides, moonwalks and a sukkah on Chol Hamoed)

Aaron and Jessica: Amish Country tours aboard authentic horse and buggy

Niagara Falls American Side

3121 Old Philadelphia Pike (Ronks) 717-768-8828

AAA Buggy Rides:

3529 Old Philadelphia Pike (Intercourse) 717-989-2829

Niagara Falls Canadian Side

332 Prospect Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14303

6650 Niagara Parkway, L2E 6T2

Scenic Niagara Falls attractions, among them Cave of the Winds, Maid of the Mist and evening fireworks. Please see Issue #111 of The Monsey View for extensive coverage on Niagara Falls.

6 hours 15 minutes

716-278-1796

Scenic attractions near Niagara Falls, among them Journey Behind the Falls, Whirlpool Aero Car, Hornblower Cruises, and Zipline. Please see Issue #111 of The Monsey View for extensive coverage on Niagara Falls.

6 hours 20 minutes

877-642-7275

Varies by attraction

Varies by attraction; an all-inclusive 2-day pass can be purchased for $90

Varies by attraction

Varies by attraction

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BOTANICAL GARDENS

New Jersey Botanical Gardens

Laurelwood Arboretum

Ringwood State Park, Morris Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456

725 Pines Lake Drive West, Wayne, NJ 07470

Wellmaintained Tudor revival manor home with a selection of formal and seasonal gardens

25 minutes

973-962-9534

30-acre botanically diverse property with woodlands, gardens, ponds and streams

28 minutes

Free

Free

8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Wave Hill Public Gardens

Untermyer Park And Gardens

4900 Independence Avenue, Bronx, NY 10471. Only off-site parking is currently available, with shuttle service to park

945 N. Broadway, Yonkers, NY 10701

This stunning 28-acre estate of public horticultural gardens is situation on slopes overlooking the Hudson River.

Relaxing landscaped park on over 40 acres, centered on a walled Persian Garden, with gorgeous Hudson River views, trails and picnic spot

37 minutes

914-613-4502

43 minutes

7:00 a.m.–45 min. before sunset

Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

New York Botanical Garden

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

2900 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY 10458

990 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225

250-acre verdant landscape with over a million plants, voted as one of the best botanical gardens in the U.S.

718-817-8700

Weekdays: Over age 12: $23; Seniors $20; Children ages 2–12: $10; Children under 2: free; Weekends: Over age 12: $28; Seniors: $25; Children ages 2–12: $12, Children under 2: free 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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718-549-3200

Adults: $10; Students and seniors: $6; Children 6+: $4; under 6: free

Free

44 minutes

973-831-5675

Premier public gardens spread over 52 acres

1 hour Adults: $15; Seniors: $8; Under 12: free Tuesday–Friday: 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Sunday from 10:00 a.m.

718-623-7200


In Auschwitz 75 years ago, this shofar was secretly blown during the High Holidays. Learn its incredible story, and the stories of the 700 other artifacts and 400 photographs in the exhibition. Many of these artifacts – including this shofar – have never before been displayed in public.

“UNMISSABLE” – WALL STREET JOURNAL

Museum of Jewish Heritage A Living Memorial to the Holocaust Lower Manhattan, New York to Rector St or

to Bowling Green

Exhibition Tickets at MJHNYC.ORG Or at the Museum For hours and holiday closings, see website or call 646.437.4202. Sukkah available during Chol HaMoed


Please make every effort to make a kiddush Hashem and not to take advantage of establishments whose main profit is earned from their market. (And of course, only feed permitted food to the animals.)

FARMS AND ORCHARDS

The Orchards of Concklin

Tevaland Petting Farm

2 S. Mountain Road, Pomona, NY 10970

47 Brandt Road, Hillburn, NY 10931

One-hour interactive visit with free-roaming animals, activities in a customized experience

Apple-picking orchard

12 minutes

845-354-0369

15 minutes

845-533-4063

$2 pole rental (and $5 deposit); minimum per person over the age of 3: $11 for a half-peck bag Sundays: 11:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

By appointment only

Dr. Davies Farm

Demarest Farms

306 Route 304, Congers, NY 10920

244 Wierimus Road, Hillsdale, NJ 07642

Historic 35acre apple orchard with trailer rides

20 minutes

845-268-7020

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: NATALIE MSCICHOWSKA

21 minutes

Well-manicured trees, spectacular views, wagon rides, petting zoo and corn maze with apples to pick

201-666-0472

Varies; cash only

$7 per person over age 2, (includes parking and activities); $12 per approximate 10-pound bag of apples

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; Monday to Friday: 3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m.

Abma’s Farm

Muscoot Farm

700 Lawlins Road, Wyckoff, NJ 07481

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: MIKE

23 minutes

51 Route 100, Katonah, NY 10536

Well-maintained farm with petting zoo, fresh produce and plants; food for the animals available for sale

201-891-0278

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: GERGO VARADY

41 minutes

Barnyard: $3 per person over 2

Free

8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; closed on Sundays

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

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Great farm with over 50 animals, hiking trails, picnicking, and historical barns and buildings

914-864-7282


FARMS AND ORCHARDS

Apple Dave’s Orchard

Masker Orchards

82 Four Corners Road, Warwick, NY 10990

45 Ball Road, Warwick, NY 10990

Apple-picking orchard with eleven varieties of apples

Apple-picking orchard

42 minutes

845-986-1058

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Och’s Orchard

Stuart’s Farm

4 Ochs Lane, Warwick, NY 10990

47 minutes

62 Granite Springs Road, Granite Springs, NY 10527

Offers pick-yourown apples, tomatoes and veggies, and picnic area with sweeping views

845-986-1591

Autumn apple and pumpkin picking and hayrides on weekends

47 minutes

Per bushel and rentals

Call for details

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (They might be closed on Mondays or Tuesdays; call before going)

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Apple Ridge Orchards

914-245-2784

Pennings Orchard

101 Jessup Road, Warwick, NY 10990

48 minutes

845-986-1684

$1 per bag; once it’s filled, they charge $15 for filled peck bag and $30 for filled half-bushel bag

$29.95 per bag of apples

IMAGE © 2014 GOOGLE: JESSIE W.

45 minutes

169 Route 94, Warwick, NY 10990

845-987-7717

$29 for a half a bushel of apples Thursday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

49 minutes

845-986-7080

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FARMS AND ORCHARDS

Sun High Orchards

Harvest Moon Farm

19 Canfield Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: MARIA COFONE

50 minutes

138 Hardscrabble Road, North Salem, NY 10560

Pick your own seasonal fruits, purchase flowers, and pet a donkey and alpaca; hayrides on fall weekends

973-584-4734

IMAGE © 2013 GOOGLE: LIU KUOWA

51 minutes

Pick your own apples.

914-485-1210

Per pound

$30 per 25-pound bag; admits 5 to orchard; activites range from $5 to $10

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Weed Orchards

Wilklow Orchards

43 Mt Zion Road, Marlboro, NY 12542

341 Pancake Hollow Road, Highland, NY 12528

Pick your own with great children’s activities: hay jump, tunnels, play area, hayride

Pick your own with weekend hay rides, corn maze, playground and lakeside picnicking

56 minutes

845-236-2684

56 minutes

$1.79 per pound or $32 for 25-pound bag

$18–$26 per bag

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m

Ripple Hill Farm

Lawrence Orchard And Farm

181 Mountain Road, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

306 Frozen Ridge Road, Newburgh, NY 12550

IMAGE © 2015 GOOGLE: DARREN H.

1 hour 59 minutes Sundays: 12:00–4:00 p.m

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845-691-2339

908-647-1300

Sprawling farm with spectacular views, play area, pick-your-own produce and apples, historical buildings, petting zoo, train ride, and hay bale maze

845-562-4268

$5 admission per person ($2 credit toward fruit picking), plus picking containers 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.


FARMS AND ORCHARDS

Fishkill Farms

Riamede Farm

9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell Junction, NY 12533

122 Oakdale Road, Chester, NJ 07930

One of the oldest apple orchards in Hudson Valley

845-897-4377

1 hour $5 admission per person, plus picking

1 hour 2 minutes

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m

9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Alstede Farms

Family Fun Farm

1 Alstede Farms Lane, Chester, NJ 07930

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: GREG PROFETA

1 hour 4 mins

908-879-5353

65 Friedman Road, Monticello, NY 12701

Pick-yourown apples, pony rides, hayrides, sunflower maze, moon bounce in this vast farm with 250 types of produce

908-879-7189

Thrilling adventure farm for all ages offering petting zoo, bumper boats, laser tag, wagon rides, zip line, ball blaster, pony rides, parakeets, jumping pillow, and many more fun attractions

1 hour 10 minutes

347-480-FARM (3276)

Call for details

$12.95; add for bumper boats, laser tag, pony rides and wagon rides

Pick Your Own: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.activities: weekdays: 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.; weekends: 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Chol Hamoed hours: 12:00–6:00 p.m.; Friday 12:00–4:00 p.m.

Kelder’s Farm 5755 US-209, Kerhonkson, NY 12446

Pickyour-own apples with jumping pillow, hay rides, corn maze, golf, playground and petting zoo

IMAGE (C) 2016 GOOGLE: MOSHE E.

1 hour 15 minutes

845-626-7137

Pay per activity and per bag of apples

10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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HORSEBACK RIDING

Old Town Ranch

Bronx Equestrian Center

1152 Haverstraw Road, Suffern, NY 10901

9 Shore Road, Bronx, NY 10464

Local ranch offering pony rides, trail rides, and a great equestrian experience

About 10 minutes

845-500-1111

Braden Brook Stables

Equestrian center offering relaxing trail rides, carriage rides and affordable pony rides

40 minutes

718-885-0551

Pony rides: $5 per child (3 rides); Trail rides: $65 per hour, plus $10 booking fee 9:00 a.m.–dusk; reservations are required for trail rides and carriage rides

Kensington Stables

19 Mountaindale Road, Greensfield Park, NY 12435

51 Caton Place, Brooklyn, NY 11218

Riding stable in a central Catskills location offering affordable guided trail rides and pony rides on 25 acres

1 hour and 13 minutes

845-647-7556

Trail rides on horseback in Prospect Park. Reservations are required.

1 hour 17 minutes

718-972-4588

$42 per hour per person; Children under 11: $62 10:00 a.m.–sunset

9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Jamaic Bay Riding Academy 7000 Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11234 (right off Belt Parkway)

1 hour and 20 minutes

718-531-8949

Guided rides: $75 per person; pony rides: $25 for 5 laps

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Sunday from 9:00 a.m.; Tuesday and Thursday there are later hours (5:00–8:00 p.m.) by appointment only

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INDOOR FUN

Turtleboo 175 East Central Avenue, Spring Valley, NY 10977

Indoor amusement center with soft play area, rides, arcades, kosher food and great accommodations Sukkah on premises

Local

845-746-2100

$16.99, two adults free per family; Early bird admission (9:00–10:45 a.m.): $12.99 (3-hour play included)

Unfortunately, due to a small fire in the building, TurtleBoo is currently closed. Reopening information for everyone’s favorite local attraction will be announced shortly.

Screamin’ Parties

Hobby House

111 Rockland Plaza, Nanuet, NY 10954

11 Main Street, Monsey, NY 10952

Plaster, ceramics and mosaics for all ages

Local

Bounce area with slides, castles and coaster simulators

845-425-2358

Starting at $13

10 minutes

Wednesday and Thursday Chol Hamoed: 10:00 a.m.– 10:00 p.m.; Friday: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; closed on Monday

Chuck E. Cheese’s

Jill’s Ceramics

Nanuet: 250 W. Route 59, Nanuet, NY 10954 Paramus: 275 Route 4, Paramus, NJ 07652

180 Germonds Road, West Nyack, NY 10994

Huge variety of plaster pieces or glazed ceramics

Token-operated rides and arcade games

12 minutes

845-267-2022

N: 845-627-2788 P: 201-487-1088

15 minutes

845-623-4975

Varies by token amount

Pay per piece

11:00 a.m–9:00 p.m.

Monday to Wednesday: 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday evening: 7:00–9:30 p.m.; Friday: 3:00–5:00 p.m.; call for weekend hours

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INDOOR FUN

Bounce Safari

Bounce U

3 North Street, Waldwick, NJ 07463

Nanuet: 424 Market Street, Nanuet, NY 10954 Paramus: 70 Eisenhower Drive, Paramus, NJ 07652

Moonwalk wonderland of slopes, slides, tunnels and everything inflatable

N: 15 minutes P: 25 minutes

Play area with structure, slides and bounce castles

19 minutes

N: 845-623-5400 P: 201-843-5880

Open bounce: $9.95

$12.95–14.95 bouncer; $4.95–5.95 toddler; parents are free

Based on schedule parties; call before going

By reservation only

Palisades Mall Carousel and Ferris Wheel

Mosaic Glassworks

1000 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: MICHAEL NACLERIO

20 minutes

201-857-4000

36 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick, NJ 07463

Beautiful carnival rides: Ferris wheel reaching 68 feet; doubledecker carousel

Creative art studios with mosaic projects for all ages

845-353-2596 845-353-2595

20 minutes

201-800-1820

$2.50 per ride (adults ride free on carousel)

Starting at $30

Ferris wheel: Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Carousel: daily: 11:00 a.m.–9:00; Sunday until 7:00 p.m.

Weekdays: 11:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.; Monday and Friday by appointment.

Billy Beez

Build-A-Bear Workshop Palisades Center, 3771 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

1000 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

Play arena with slides, trampolines, obstacle courses for safe handson fun

Children can choose, stuff, name and clothe their own stuffed animals

20 minutes

845-353-1895

Varies 10:00 a.m.–9:30 p.m.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

20 minutes

845-535-9277

Infant: free with paid child or $9.95 (adult included); Toddler ages 1–4: $15.95; Children ages 5–17: $19.95; Parents/ guardians: $6.95 (second parent: $9.95) 10:00 a.m.–9:00p.m.; Sunday until 9:00 p.m.

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INDOOR FUN

Color Me Mine

Jumpin Jax

1000 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994 210 E. Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewwood, NJ 07450

600 Winters Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652

Brand-new indoor playground for jumping, sliding, climbing and running

Paint-yourown-pottery studio

20 minutes Studio fee, plus project costs

Palisades: 845-358-5050 Ridgewood: 201-445-4898

Palisades: 10:00 a.m.–9:30 p.m.; Sundays 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. Ridgewood: Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Monday to Wednesday: 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.; Thursday to Friday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

21 minutes

201-261-3000

Ages 1–17: $15 for 2 hours; $20 all day; Adults: $2; Rock climbing: $5 10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

The Big Playhouse 316 Kinderkamack Road, Westwood, NJ 07675

Open play area that simulates real-life downtown with costumes, furniture for imaginative play

24 minutes

201-314-6341

$17.99 + tax per child; family packages available

By reservation

Bounce! Trampoline Sports

Catch Air Indoor Playground

612 Corporate Way, Valley Cottage, NY 10989

224 Route 4 East at Forest Avenue, Lower Level, Suite 102, Paramus, NJ 07652

Kids indoor play with soft play toddler area, ball cannon, play structure, tiny town and interactive dance floor

26 minutes

201-620-2125

Indoor trampoline area with foam pits and lots of jumping space

29 minutes

845-268-4000

Ages 2 and under: $9.99; 3+: $19.99; parents: $6.99-9.99

30 minutes: $10;1 hour: $18; 90 minutes: $22; 2 hours: $27; 5 and under: 30 minutes: $8; 1 hour: $12; 90 minutes: $15; 2 hours: $20 ; Wednesday special: 2 hours for price of 1

10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Open Bounce: Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. (Toddlers from 10:00–11:00 a.m.) Monday–Thursday: 2:00– 7:00p.m.; Friday from 1:00 p.m.

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FROM THE MAGICAL CASTLES & SNOWY FORESTS TO THE ALLEYS OF YERUSHALAYIM,

IS SHE OF ROYAL BLOOD?

M. BARZEL PRESENTS:

Endorsed by noted mechanchos | For women and girls

Boro Park:

The Skver Hall 1373 43rd Street

Lakewood:

Bais Shaindel High School 685 River Ave (Back Entrance)

Tuesday, October 15th Wednesday, October 16th Thursday, October 17th Friday, October 18th

9:30pm 4:30pm and 8:30pm 4:30pm and 8:30pm 12:00pm

Admission: $25

Monsey:

Bais Rochel

145 Saddle River Road


INDOOR FUN

Urban Air Adventure Park

Kidnetic

69 Wesley Street, South Hackensack, NJ 07606

2 Changebridge Road, East Building E, Montville, NJ 07045

Trampoline park with climbing walls, obstacle courses, tubes playground, battle beams and amazing adventures

29 minutes

201- 212-6454

Play area with structures, slides, ball room, alligator pit and more

31 minutes

973-331-9001

$19.99–$29.99; Ages 5 and under: $13.00; Parents: $6.00; socks (required): $3

$15

Monday–Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Friday: from 12:00 p.m.

Weekdays: 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.; Sunday: 9:30–11:00 a.m.

Legoland Discovery Center

Glassworks Studio

1 Ridge Hill Boulevard, Yonkers, NY 10710

151 South Street, Morristown, NJ 07960

Glass-fusing studio where mosaics of all levels can be created

IMAGE (C) 2016 GOOGLE: STEVEN LAM

33 minutes

866-243-0770

40 minutes

973-656-0800

Starting at $29.95 (savings online)

$23and up, per project

Monday to Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. Reservations recommended for Chol Hamoed

Chol Hamoed: Wednesday: 12:00–10:00 p.m.; Thursday: 12:00–6:00 p.m.; Friday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.;

Crayola Experience

FAO Schwartz

30 Centre Square, Easton, PA 18042

30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111

Massive toy store in NYC

55 minutes

800-326-8638

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1 hour 25 minutes

Hands-on colorful crayon activities and exhibits

610-515-8000

Entrance is free; toy prices vary

$21.99; parking by the hour

10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; Sundays until 6:00 p.m.

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WEDNESDAY October 16

THURSDAY October 17

SKVER: ATERES FREIDA - 103 CLINTON AVE.

9:00

SKVER: ATERES FREIDA - 103 CLINTON AVE. BORO PARK: LIPCHUTZ HALL - 1362 50th St.

8:30 4:30

SKVER: ATERES FREIDA - 103 CLINTON AVE. BORO PARK: LIPCHUTZ HALL - 1362 50th St.

8:30 8:30

ADMISSION: $25

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SPORTS AND ADVENTURE

Escape Room – Monsey

New City Bowl and Batting Cages

Monsey

90 N. Main Street, New City, NY 10956

Heimishe, local 60-minute escape room experience for ages 12+

Local

845-356-3515

Bowling alley and batting cages

15 minutes

845-634-4977

$18 per person (groups of 6–10 is $10 per person)

$6.25 per bowling game; (15 pitches); Packages available

By reservation

Opens 10:00 a.m.; closing time varies

The Gravity Vault

Autobahn Indoor Speedway

107 Pleasant Avenue, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 1423 Clinton Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030

2272 Palisades Center Drive #A200, West Nyack, NY 10994

13,500+ indoor rock gym with overhangs, bouldering, arches and hours of climbing fun

18 minutes

U.S.R.: 201-934-7625 Hoboken: 201-740-1423

Varies

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20 minutes

Indoor go kart speedway

845-535-1515

$22.99 per race; Discounted 3, 5 and 8 packs; Annual $7.95 Speedway license required

U.S.R.: Monday to Friday: 9:00–10:00 p.m.; Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Hoboken: 9:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thusdays from 6:00 a.m.

Monday to Friday: 11:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.

Lucky Strike Palisades 4662 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

Bowling lanes and game room

20 minutes

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845-358-1602

12:00–11:00 p.m.; Opens Sunday at 11:00 a.m.


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SPORTS AND ADVENTURE

Montvale Lanes

Palisades Climb Adventure Palisades Center, 4590 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

14 W. Grand Avenue, Montvale, NJ 07645

The world’s tallest ropes course at 85 feet and five levels, on Level 4 of the Palisades Mall

Bowling alley

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: RIDGE CAMERON

20 minutes

201-391-3400

20 minutes

$4–5 per game per person; Shoe rental: $3

$19.99; Sky Tykes, for kids under 48”: $8.99

Opens 9:00 a.m.; closing time varies

Wednesday–Friday: 2:00–7:00 p.m.;

Escape the Mystery Room

Tappan Go Karts

3681 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

116 Route 303, Tappan, NY 10983

Go-kart track, batting cages, mini-golf and driving range

Thrilling escape rooms of different difficulty levels

20 minutes

845-208-2919

23 minutes

$25 per person; private room rentals between $125 and $275, depending on group size

Go-karts: $8 per race; double: $13

10:00 a.m.–9:30 p.m.; Sunday until 8:00 p.m.

Go-karts: 12:00–8:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

Hi-Tor Lanes

23 minutes

266 Union Street, Northvale, NJ 07647

Bowling alley

845-429-8000

Rock climbing gym

23 minutes

$5.00–5.50 per game; Shoe rental: $4

$25

Varies

10:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.; Sunday until 6:00

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845-359-0642

High Exposure Rock Climbing

40 S. Route 9W, West Haverstraw, NY 10993

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: ZALMAN GOLDSTEIN

845-727-3500

201-768-8600


SPORTS AND ADVENTURE

Sports Time USA

The Other Tales – Escape Rooms

380 Saw Mill River Road, Elmsford, NY 10523

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: ALAN ROSNER

28 minutes

245 Diamond Bridge Avenue, Hawthorne, NJ 07506

Indoor amusement center with rides, arcade games, batting cages and indoor playground

914- 592-2111

Truly immersive game rooms. Private games start at 7 people.

28 minutes

973-963-4142

Varies according to ride/package

$29.95

Chol Hamoed: Wednesday : 2:00–9:00 p.m.;Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Friday: opens at 11:00 a.m.

By reservation only 11:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.; Sundays until 9; closed Mondays

iFly Indoor Skydiving

Escape Room NJ

211 E. Route 4, Paramus, NJ 07652 849 Ridge Hill Boulevard, Yonkers, NY 10710

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28 minutes/33 minutes Packages start at $90 per person, $160 for 2 people, $380 for five people

157A Main Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601

Sixty-minute escape adventure for teams of between 2 and 18 people

Indoor skydiving with pressurized flight chamber for bodyflight

P: 201-733-4359 Y: 914-449-4359

35 minutes

$25 per person; Private escape rooms between $100 and $400, depending on group size

P: 12:00–7:00 p.m.; Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Y: 1200 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

The Castle Fun Center

10:00 a.m.–1:00 a.m.

Funtime Junction

109 Brookside Avenue, Chester, NY 10918

400 Fairfield Road, Fairfield, NY 07004

Roomy adventure center with lots of things to climb and ride, plus arcade games

Adventure center with go-karts, arcade, rock wall climbing and more

35 minutes Between $3.50 and $8 per ride Chol Hamoed hours: 12:00–9:00 p.m.

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201-815-1784

845-469-2116

36 minutes

973-882-9777

All day play: $9.95–19.95; Parents free Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Tuesday to Friday: 12:00–6:00 p.m.


from the producers of

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Hello, Tomorrow A true story. Eight girls who learn to live again. Based on the book Lidingo A post war saga

by Chana Mantel

Admission: $25

52 Main Street

for women and girls

Stolin Hall

Recommended by mechanchos as a "Must see" Motzei Yom Tov (Tues) Oct 15 Wednesday Oct 16 Thursday Oct 17 Friday Oct 18 Motzei Shabbos Oct 19

9:30

pm

4:45pm & 8:45pm 5:30pm & 9:00pm 12:00pm 9:30pm


SPORTS AND ADVENTURE

The Funplex

Grand Prix New York Racing

182 NJ-10, East Hanover, NJ 07936

333 N. Bedford Road, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549

Indoor family amusement center with go-karts, bumper cars, laser tag, arcade and more

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: SMALL

45 minutes

973-428-1166

Amusement center with arcades, bounce castle, go-karts and bowling

46 minutes

914-241-3131

Band $25–39, or pay for credits

Adult track: $18–25; Teen track: $12–15; Kids track: $8–10; $10 bounce; always best to call for availability

Chol Hamoed: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Monday to Thursday: 3:00–10:00 p.m.; Friday: from 12:00; Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Camelback Mountain Adventure

FunFuzion 29 LeCount Place, New Rochelle, NY 10801

Indoor play arena with funhouse, ride, games, mini golf, laser tag and bowling. Large sukkah and kosher food on premises for Chol Hamoed.

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48 minutes Varies

243 Resort Drive, Tannersville, PA 18372

914-637-7575 Chol Hamoed: 12:00–11:00 p.m.

Pocono Outdoor Aventure Tours

Tallest mountain in the Poconos boasting the largest ropes course in Pennsylvania, as well as mountain coasters, ziplines, pipeline mountain slides (alpine slides), a climbing wall, bungee jumping and segway tours

1 hour and 25 minutes

Pay per attraction, or choose from a variety of adventure packages available 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

It™ Adventure Ropes Course

393 Manor Drive, Pocono Manor, PA 18349

41 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT 06511

One-hour guided UTV tours over 1,000 acres of the historic Pocono Manor, along streams and mountain tops with gorgeous views

1 hour and 30 minutes

570-629-1663

570-839-6061

The world’s largest indoor ropes course with liquid fireworks, water show, ziplines and amazing courses

1 hour 37 minutes

203-812-9981

One-seater: $90; two-seater: $115; four-seater: $195

$25: course and zip; $30: course, zip and jump $10: climbing wall; $10: children under 48”

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

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TUESDAY MOTZEI YT October 15

WEDNESDAY October 16

tHURSDAY October 17

BORO PARK: LIPCHUTZ HALL - 1362 50th St. MONSEY: PUPA HALL #2- 15 WIDMAN CT

9:00 9:00

BORO PARK: LIPCHUTZ HALL - 1362 50th St. MONSEY: PUPA HALL #2 - 15 WIDMAN CT

8:30 8:30

BORO PARK: ATERES GOLDA - 1362 50th St. MONSEY: PUPA HALL - 15 WIDMAN CT LAKEWOOD: TIFERES HALL - 613 OAK ST CATSKILLS: RALEIGH HOTEL 680 HEIDEN RD FALLSBURG NY

TUESDAY MOTZEI YT October 15

WEDNESDAY October 16

FRIDAY October 18

4:30 & 8:30 4:30 & 8:30 8:30 4:30 & 8:30

BORO PARK: ATERES GOLDA - 1362 50th St. MONSEY: PUPA HALL - 15 WIDMAN CT LAKEWOOD: TIFERES HALL - 613 OAK ST CATSKILLS: RALEIGH HOTEL 680 HEIDEN RD FALLSBURG NY

9:00 9:00 9:00 9:00

BOSTON: BAIS YAAKOv - 198 Strathmore Rd Brighton

8:00

BORO PARK: ATERES GOLDA - 1362 50th St. MONSEY: PUPA HALL - 15 WIDMAN CT CATSKILLS: RALEIGH HOTEL 680 HEIDEN RD FALLSBURG NY

NEW: Due to overwhelming requests ENTANGLED NOW FEATURED PROFESSIONALLY IN SLIDES.

TUESDAY MOTZEI YT October 15

WEDNESDAY October 16

THURSDAY October 17

WEDNESDAY October 16

SKvER: ATERES FREIDA - 103 CLINTON AvE.

9:00

SKvER: ATERES FREIDA - 103 CLINTON AvE. BORO PARK: LIPCHUTZ HALL - 1362 50th St.

8:30 4:30

SKvER: ATERES FREIDA - 103 CLINTON AvE. BORO PARK: LIPCHUTZ HALL - 1362 50th St.

8:30 8:30

BORO PARK: ATERES GOLDA - 1362 50th St. MONSEY: PUPA HALL - 15 WIDMAN CT LAKEWOOD: TIFERES HALL - 613 OAK ST CATSKILLS: RALEIGH HOTEL 680 HEIDEN RD FALLSBURG NY

4:30 & 8:30 4:30 & 8:30 8:30 4:30 & 8:30

12:00 12:00 12:00

ADMISSION: $25 FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING DINA PERLSTEIN PRODUCTIONS CALL CHAYA GITTY NISSEN 718-851-0496


OUTDOOR FUN

Bronx Zoo Treetop Adventure

Ring Homestead

2300 Southern Boulevard, Bronx River Entrance, Bronx, NY 10460

257 Lybolt Road, Middletown, NY 10941

Ropes course and zipline for ages 7+ (must be at least 5’6”)

40 minutes

Adventure camp with ropes course

347-308-9021

49 minutes

845-361-3842

2-hour climb: $49.95; 2-way zip: $24.95; Combo: $59.95

Different packages available. Call for reservations.

Chol Hamoed: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. (rope course) and 3:30 p.m. (zip)

9:00 a.m. until dark

Adventurers Park

Luna Park

1824 Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11214

1000 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Park with 30 rides and lots of games at Coney Island Beach

Amusement park with 25 rides and attractions

1 hour 5 minutes

718-975-2748

1 hour 10 minutes

718-373-5862

Pass: $36–40, or pay per ride

Starting at $29 (if purchased in advance)

Park opens at 11:00 a.m.

Chol Hamoed hours: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Deno’s Wonder Wheel 3059 Denos D. Vourderis Place, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Amusement park at Coney Island Beach with 16 kiddie rides and 5 adult rides

1 hour 10 minutes

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718-372-2592

Kiddie rides: $4; Adult rides: $8

Opens at 12:00 p.m.


OUTDOOR FUN

Pocono TreeVentures

Adventureland 2245 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale, NY 11735

1575 Fairway Villas Blvd., East Stroudsburg PA, 18302

Amusement park with about 30 rides

1 hour 11 minutes

631-694-6868

Aerial forest adventure with five ropes courses and dual zip racers. Additional kids section.

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: JOHN SOLLENBERGER

1 hour 25 minutes

800-446-0231

Band: $32.99, or pay per rid

Ropes course: ages 7–11, $44; 12+, $49; ages 4–7: $28 Zipline: $20 for 1 run, $8 additional runs; combos available at discount prices

Chol Hamoed: Wednesday and Thursday: 11:00am-6:00pm

Chol Hamoed: Thursday and Friday: 12:00–4:00 p.m.; KidVentures and Zip: 12:00–5:00 p.m.

Six Flags Great Adventures and Safari

Diggerland

1 Six Flags Boulevard, Jackson, NJ 08527

100 Pinedge Drive, West Berlin, NJ 08091

Huge park with 14 coasters and 52 other attractions; Off-Road Adventure Safari entrance included in admission; sukkah on premises

1 hour 30 minutes

201-862-0250 (NCSY)

Tractorthemed rides, stunts, and digging fun for all ages; sukkah on premises

2 hours

856-768-1110

Ages 3+: $45 at gate, $40 pre-ordered

Chol Hamoed: $27.95 (if purchased in advance)

Thursday, Chol Hamoed: 12:00–7:00 p.m. (Safari until 3:30 p.m.)

Chol Hamoed: Wednesday and Thursday: 11:00 a.m.– 6:00 p.m.; Friday: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Hersheypark 100 West Hersheypark Drive, Hershy, PA 17033

Major amusement park with over 70 rides; sukkahs on premises; entrance to Zoo America and Chocolate World included in ticket.

3 hours

717-534-3900

Ages 9–54: $53 at gate; save by purchasing in advance

Chol Hamoed (by Central PA Kosher) Wednesday from 6:00–9:00 p.m. and Thursday from 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

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HISTORICAL AND MUSEUMS

George Washington Headquarters The DeWint House 20 Livingston Avenue, Tappan, NY 10983

Stony Point State Park 44 Battlefield Road, Stony Point, NY 10980

George Washington’s headquarters at four different occasions during the Revolution, The DeWint House, carriage house and surrounding grounds are open to the public to view and explore.

23 minutes

845-359-1359

Site of Battle of Stony Point with lighthouse, museum and weekly artillery drills and soldier camps reenactment

26 minutes

845-786-2521

Free

Free; there may be a parking fee; $3 charge for group tours and special events; reservations required

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Grounds: Monday to Friday: 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; closed on Sunday

Kykuit – Rockefeller Estate

Philipsburg Manor

Tour begins at: 381 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

Tour begins at: 381 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

Breathtaking tour of Rockefeller’s six-story home, terraced gardens and art galleries

27 minutes

914-366-6900

Preserved pre–Civil War farmstead that brings the slavery era alive

27 minutes

914-366-6900

Standard tour: Under 3: free; Ages 3–17: $23–26; Adults: $25–28

Under 3: free; Child 3–17: $6; Adult: $12

Sunday, Friday, Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–3:15 p.m; Also open Mondays and Wednesdays in October

Wednesday to Sunday: 10:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m. (last tour)

West Point Museum

Boscobel House and Gardens

2110 New South Post Road, West Point, NY 10996

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32 minutes Free; there may be a parking fee 10:30 a.m.–4:15 p.m.

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1601 New York 9D, Garrison, NY 10524

Military academy museum with galleries showcasing history of U.S. army, warfare and weapons

845-938-3590

Restored 18th Century house museum with gorgeous grounds and views

33 minutes

845-265-3638

Gardens and grounds: Adults: $12; Ages 6–14: $6; Under 6: free Extra charge for house; family packages available. Wednesday to Monday: 9:30 a.m.–5:00p.m.


We are selling tickets and bus seats for Thursday, Chol Hamoed Succos, October 17 to HERSHEY PARK. BUS TRANSPORTATION: will IYH be leaving from 3 Sherri Lane at 7:45 and leaving the park back to Monsey at 6:00 pm. TICKETS: ADULTS: $45, after October 12: $52, KIDS 3-8: $43, after October 12: $52 SEAT ON BUS: $47, and after October 12, $58 COMBO BUS AND TICKET: $90, after October 12: $110

YOU NAME IT WE’VE GOT IT

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Breakfast

For tickets, or for more info call 914-414-3619 Reservations (paid only) can be made either on the phone with a credit card, or with cash/check atToyriffic, 1581 route 202 (Stop and Shop Plaza) and at 3 Sherri Lane.

Lunch

Wishing you all a

‫חג‬ ‫שמח‬

Supper 845.414.9050

306 SADDLE RIVER RD

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HISTORICAL AND MUSEUMS

The Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space

Imagine That! Museum

Pier 86, W 46th Street, New York, NY 10036

4 Vreeland Road, Florham Park, NJ 07932

Interactive museum and activity center with fun areas for young children

Military and maritime history museum inside original battleship

42 minutes

212-245-0072

47 minutes

973-966-8000

Adult (13–64): $33; Seniors: $31; Child (5–12): $24

Children: $15.99; Adults: $6.99

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Tuesday to Friday: 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Empire State Building

National Museum of Mathematics

350 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10118

11 E. 26th Street, New York, NY 10010

Observatory deck on 86th floor of the Empire State Building

49 minutes

212-279-9777

Museum that brings mathematics alive in fun way

52 minutes

212-542-0566

Adults: $38; Child: $32; Senior: $36

Adult: $18; child and senior: $15; Toddler: free

8:00 a.m.–2:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Closes early the first Wednesday of every month

Liberty Science Center

Ripley’s Believe It or Not

222 Jersey City Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ 07305

234 W 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

Amazing interactive science experience for learning and fun

54 minutes

201-200-1000

General admission: Child: $19.99; Adult: $24.75 Chol Hamoed: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

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54 minutes

Sprawling, oftinteractive collection of curiosities

212-398-3133

Adult: $32; Child: $24; Save $5–6 when purchasing online 10:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.


HISTORICAL AND MUSEUMS

One World Observatory

Gulliver’s Gate

285 Fulton Street, New York, NY 10007

216 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036

Admission to three floors of One World Trade Center, for views, observatory, elevators and exhibits

56 minutes

844-696-1776

Fascinating exhibit of miniature landmarks and natural wonders from around the world

56 minutes (expect traffic)

212-235-2016

Ages 13–64: $35; Ages 6–12: $29; Under 5: free; Ages 65+: $33

Adults: $36; Seniors and 12 and under: $27

9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

9/11 Memorial Museum

9/11 Memorial

200 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281

200 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281

Museum with exhibitions and hands-on learning about 9/11 and its effects

1 hour

212-312-8800

8-acre park in memoriam of 9/11 heroes with guided tours available

1 hour

General: Adult $26; Seniors: $20; Youth (7–17) $15; additional packages available

Free

9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

7:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

FDR Home and Library

The Vanderbilt Mansion

4097 Albany Post Road, Hyde Park, NY 12538

119 Vanderbilt Park Road, Hyde Park, NY 12538

54-room well-preserved mansion with magnificent grounds and gardens

Historyrich tours of FDR’s property, home and library

1 hour 13 minutes

212-312-8800

800-337-8474

1 hour 17 minutes

845-229-7770

Home and library: $20; Grounds are free Under 15: free

Mansion: $10 for 1-hour guided tour; Grounds: free

Museum 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Home tours: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; Top cottage: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Grounds: Dawn to dusk

Mansion tour times: 9:15 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; Grounds: dawn to dusk

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HISTORICAL AND MUSEUMS

Living Torah Museum

Jewish Children’s Museum

1603 41st Street, Brooklyn, NY 11218

IMAGE © 2017 GOOGLE: NATHAN AMSTERDAM

1 hour 21 minutes

792 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11213

Museum displaying artifacts mentioned in Torah and in Jewish history

718-851-3215

Interactive 3-story Jewishthemed museum

IMAGE © 2017 GOOGLE: ANDREW HOROWITZ

1 hour 24 minutes

718-467-0600

Admission: $13; Seniors: $10; Under 2: free Chol Hamoed hours: 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Friday: 10:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

Battleship New Jersey

The Franklin Institute

100 Clinton Street, Camden, NJ 08103

222 N. 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Battleship that served in WWII, Korean, Vietnam and Gulf Wars that gives a glimpse into military life

2 hours

856-966-1652

Interactive museum that brings scientific concepts to life with fascinating exhibits; new escape rooms added

2 hours 5 minutes

Adult: $25; Child, senior: $20; Under 4: free

12+: $23; 3–11: $19; 2 and under: free

9:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

9:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Touro Synagogue

The Mansions of Newport, Rhode Island Preservation Society of Newport County: 424 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, RI 02840

85 Touro Street, Newport, RI 02840

A historic tour of the oldest shul in the U.S. and one of the most architecturally distinguished buildings

3 hours

401-847-4794

Opulent and magnificent preserved mansions, which were used as summer homes for families like the Vanderbilts and the Astors

3 hour 40 minutes

Adult: $12; Under 13: free

Varies by mansion

Sunday to Friday: 10:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

Varies by mansion

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AQUARIUMS AND ZOOS

Van Saun County Park

Bronx Zoo

216 Forest Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652

IMAGE © 2011 ADAM ELMQUIST

27 minutes

2300 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY 10460

Zoo with playground, train, carousel, and trails, and animal shows in the summer

201-336-7275

Metropolitan zoo with 265 acres that harbors 4,000 animals in replicas of their native habitats

IMAGE © 2015 GOOGLE: CLEBICAR

44 minutes

718-367-1010

15–61: $8; 3–14: $5; Under 3: free; Seniors 62+; $2 Fee only charged until November

13+: $22.95; 3–12: $14.95; 65+: $20.95; 2 and under: free Free admission on Wednesdays; parking $17

10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Maritime Aquarium

Turtle Back Zoo

10 N. Water Street, Norwalk, CT 06854

560 Northfield Avenue, West Orange, NJ 07052

Great aquarium with many species, and fascinating exhibitions for the entire family

47 minutes

203-852-0700

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: ROSEY MED

48 minutes

Excellent zoo for children, with great animals, train, pony rides, feedings, paddle boats, and more.

973-731-5800

Adults: $26.95; Ages 13–17 and seniors: $24.95; Ages 3–12: $19.95; Under 3: free

Adults: $15; Ages 2–12 and seniors: $12; 23 months and younger: free

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Queens Zoo 53-51 111th Street, Corona, NY 11368

49 minutes

718-271-1500

IMAGE © 2016 JORGE CAMPOVERDE

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18-acre zoo with trails, aviary, domestic animals, sea lion pool, bears, pumas, parrots and bison

Ages 13+: $9.95; Ages 3–12: $6.95; Seniors 65+: $7.95; 2 and under: free 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Sunday until 5:30 p.m.


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AQUARIUMS AND ZOOS

Prospect Park Zoo

Staten Island Zoo 614 Broadway, Staten Island, NY 10310

450 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225

More than 125 species within the confines of a 12-acre menagerie suitable for all ages, including a sea lion court

Small suburban zoo with nice variety of animals and animal feeding

IMAGE © 2015 ELIOT OCASIO

1 hour 4 minutes

718-442-3100

1 hour 5 minutes

718-399-7339

Ages 15–59: $10; Seniors 60+: $7; Ages 3–14: $6; 2 and under: free. Wednesdays after 2: free. Free parking.

Ages 13+: $9.95; Ages 3–12: $6.95; Seniors 65+: $7.95; 2 and under: free

10:00 a.m.–4:45 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Sunday until 5:30 p.m.

New York Aquarium

Space Farms

602 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11224

218 County Road 519, Sussex, NJ 07461

Aquarium with sea lion show, penguins, sharks and many fish;

1 hour 9 minutes

718-265-3474

IMAGE © 2014 GOOGLE: YOEL FALKOWITZ

1 hour 9 minutes

Zoo and museum with over 500 animals in their natural surroundings

973-875-5800

Ages 13+: $29.95; Ages 3–12: $24.95; Senior: $21.95; Under 2: free

13-64: $19.50, 3-12: $16; 65+: $18; Under 3: Free

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Sunday until 5:30

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Central Park Zoo 64th Street and 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10021

State-ofthe-art zoo with variety of habitats and animals, from snow leopards to tropical birds

212- 439-6500

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General Admission: Adult: $13.95; Child: $8.95; Senior: $10.95

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Weekends until 5:30 p.m.


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AQUARIUMS AND ZOOS

Jenkinson’s Aquarium

Long Island Aquarium

300 Ocean Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

431 E. Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901

Small aquarium with a large variety of marine life, including sharks, penguins, seals and octopuses

1 hour 30 minutes

732-899-1212

Aquarium with fascinating exhibits and many interesting marine animals and fish

1 hour 47 minutes

631-208-9200, ext. 426

Adult, $14; Ages 3 –12: $8; 62+: $9; Under 3: free

Ages 13–61: $33; Seniors 62+: $27; Ages 3–12: $24; Under 2: free

Sunday:10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Monday to Friday: 9:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Adventure Aquarium

Mystic Aquarium

1 Riverside Drive, Camden, NJ 08103

55 Coogan Blvd., Mystic, CT 06355

Amazing aquarium with thousands of fish, exotic marine animals and fascinating outdoor exhibits

Aquarium with shark bridge, penguin island and touch pool

2 hours 2 minutes

856-365-3300

2 hours 7 minutes

12+: $31.99; Ages 2–11: $23.99; Under 2: free (Somewhat cheaper online)

Varies

9:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.–4:50 p.m.

860-572-5955

Philadelphia Zoo 3400 W. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

2 hours 8 minutes

215-243-1100

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Huge children’s zoo with incredible creatures and many fun activities

General admission: Adults: $24; Children 2–11: $19; Under 2: free; Prepaid parking: $16 per vehicle. Family packages available; membership usually worthwhile 9:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.


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BOATING AND FERRIES

D&D Marine Boat Rentals

Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry

871 E. Shore Road, Hewitt, NJ 07421

30–34 Girling Drive (off 9W), Haverstraw, NY 10927

Different types of economy pontoon boats for rent for by the hour, half-day or day. Pontoons hold different capacities, up to 10 people.

Commuter ferry that transports passengers between Haverstraw and Ossining

23 minutes

1-800-53FERRY

30 minutes

973-506-4876

Each way $4.25 for adults; $2 for children (under age 11) and seniors; 5 and under ride free

Starting at $150 for one and a half hours

Early morning trips, between 5:50 and 9:00 a.m.; afternoon trips between 4:57 and 9:10 p.m.; closed Sunday

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Circle Line Cruises

Hoboken Ferry

Pier 83 W 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

1 Hudson Place, Hoboken, NJ 07030

Cruises for views of Statue of Liberty, Manhattan skyline, landmarks and more

43 minutes

212-563-3200

Starts at: Adults, $31; Children 3–12, $26; (There’s currently an exclusive fall offer for $17.99 for children and adults; cruise leaves Pier 16, Downtown, 89 South Street, New York, NY 10038.) 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Commuter ferry from Hoboken to Pier 11 or World Financial Center in Manhattan

58 minutes

800-533-3779

Adult: $7–9; Child age 6–11: $4–5; Child age 5 and under: two children ride free for every paying adult Ferry departs at 15–30 minute intervals from about 6 a.m. until about 9 p.m.

Governors Island Ferry Departs Manhattan: Battery Maritime Building, 10 South Street, New York, NY 10005. Also departs from Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

57 minutes

A recreational island off Manhattan where no motors are allowed; reached with a ferry and offers bicycle rentals of all kinds

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212-440-2200

Round-trip ferry: $3 for anyone over the age of 12; under 12 is free. Bike rentals: Varies between $15 and $50 per hour, and are available for shorter and longer durations, depending on the type. Open until October 31. Monday to Friday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Sunday: until 7:00 p.m.; Call for ferry time


BOATING AND FERRIES

Ellis and Liberty Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry

Ferry Departs: Manhattan, 22 Battery Place, New York, NY 10004, NJ: Liberty State Park, Audrey Zapp Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07305

NYC: 4 Whitehall Street,New York, NY 10004 Staten Island: 1 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY 10301

Free 25-minute commuter ferry between Manhattan and Staten Island with Statue of Liberty views

Tours that include cruise and access to Liberty and Ellis Islands

877-523-9849 (Statue Cruises)

1 hour

Adults 13–61: $18.50; Children 4–12: $9; Seniors 62+: $14

Free

Ferry departs every 15-20 minutes

The ferry operates 24/7 (departs about every half hour; call for exact schedule)

Swinging Bridge Lake Marina

Gene’s Boats

371 Starlight Road, Mongaup Valley, NY 12762

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1 hour 15 minutes

3429 State Route 55, White Lake, NY 12786

Rentals of speedboats, pontoon boats, pedal boats and rowboats

Pontoon, fishing boat and kayak rental

845-794-6530

1 hour 15 minutes

Pontoons: $140 per hour; Kayaks: $10 per hour

Varies

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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1548 NY-17B, White Lake, NY 12786

1 hour 15 minutes

Rentals of pontoon boats, kayaks, pedal boats, canoes

Open throughout Chol Hamoed by reservation only

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Rents out kayaks and canoes for a full day or half day

845-583-1000

Rowboats and 2-passenger boats: $35.00 per hour; 1-passenger kayak: $25.00 per hour; 4-passenger pedal boat: $45.00 per hour

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Payne’s Water Sports

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212-639-9675

1 hour 21 minutes Kayak (single) $35/day,$25/half day Kayak (tandem) $50/day, $35/half day Canoe $50/day, $35/half day

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TOURS

The Roosevelt Island Tramway

Fulton Fish Market

60th Street and 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10065 Park on Island: 425 Main Street, Roosevelt Island, NY 10044

800 Food Center Drive #65B, Bronx, NY 10474

Aerial tramway that spans East River to Roosevelt Island, where there’s a beautiful waterfront park and boat ride

46 minutes

212-832-4559

$2.50 (Metro Card only); Up to three children 44 inches tall and under ride for free on the tram when accompanied by a fare-paying adult.

Nocturnal expedition to experience the colorful sight of fish vendors selling their goods

47 minutes

718-378-2356

Free; Parking: $5–7 Monday to Friday: 1:00 a.m.–7:00 a.m.

6:00 a.m.–2:00 a.m.

Historic Horse and Carriage Ride

Above the Clouds Balloon Rides

Central Park

Randall Airport: 100 Airport Road, Middletown, NY 10940

Half-hour to an hour scenic ride up in the clouds on a pictureperfect hot air balloon

Open-air ride through Central Park in horsedrawn carriage

347-871-4499

47 minutes

845-360-5594 845-692-2556

$50 for up to 20 minutes, plus $20 for each additional 10 minutes, plus tip

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Liberty Helicopter Tours 6 E. River Piers #212, New York, NY 10004

Birds’-eye view of New York City and surrounding area

50 minutes

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Aviation Museum

Teterboro Airport

400 Fred Wehran Drive, Teterboro , NJ 07608

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32 minutes

Teterboro, NJ 07608

Museum with models of military aircraft and history of aviation

201-288-6344

Adults: $9; Children and seniors: $7 IMAGE © 2008 GOOGLE: ANDYCHOINSKI

32 minutes

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; Closed Mondays

Westchester County Airport

Stewart International Airport

240 Airport Road, White Plains, NY 10604

1180 1st Street, New Windsor, NY 12553

On the far left, at the end of the field, there’s an excellent spot to watch the airplanes take off and land. There’s also access to the departure hall, where you can see the screens and conveyor belts.

This airport is less busy and way less overwhelming than the international airports. There’s an observation deck on the third floor where airplanes can be watched taking off and landing.

35 minutes

44 minutes

Newark Liberty International Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport

3 Brewster Road, Newark, NJ 07114

New York, NY 11430

AirTrain is free and gives children a fascinating bird’s-eye view of this bustling airport. Parking lots 2 and 5 offer nice views of airplanes taking off and landing.

AirTrain is free in the airport; best spot for watching is from the parking lot of Ikea at 1000 Ikea Drive in Elizabeth, NJ

46 minutes

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View planes from playing fields on Redneck Avenue (east of the airport) or from Walmart's parking lot (1 Teterboro Landing Drive, Teterboro, NJ 07608)

55 minutes


AIRPLANE OBSERVATION

Planeview Park

Skydive the Ranch

Ditmars Boulevard, East Almhurst, NY 11369

55 Sand Hill Road, Gardiner, NY 12525

A park right near La Gaurdia airport with awesome views of planes landing and taking off (parking may be difficult)

47 minutes free

212-639-9675 6:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Viewing area to watch people skydiving (call for permission before going)

55 minutes free

845-255-4033 10:00 a.m.–7:30 p.m.; Sunday: 7:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m.

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‫אלטן ִאין ְׁשטּוּב פּון ִליאֹו‪.‬‬ ‫אה ְ‬ ‫ייּבט ַּב ַ‬ ‫יער‪ֵ :‬לייּב ְּב ַל ְ‬ ‫קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ‬ ‫ִאין ְ‬ ‫רּוּפע‪:‬‬ ‫אטעל פּון ִדי גְ ֶ‬ ‫ִאינֶ עם ָה ֶ‬

‫וערן?‬ ‫אר ְׁשוִ וינְ ְדן וֶ ְ‬ ‫עלאזְ ט ֵלייּב זָ אל ַפ ְ‬ ‫אסטּו גֶ ָ‬ ‫וִ ויַאזֹוי ָה ְ‬ ‫עצט‬ ‫אפענּונְ ג! יֶ ְ‬ ‫עס ֶטע ָה ֶ‬ ‫ֶער ִאיז גֶ עוֶ וען אּונְ זֶ ער גְ ֶר ְ‬ ‫אר ְפן ְׁש ִּפ ְילן ַא גַ אנְ ֶצע ָטאג אּון ַא גַ אנְ ֶצע‬ ‫ועסטּו ַד ְ‬ ‫וֶ ְ‬ ‫אלּב ַאזֹוי גּוט וִ וי‬ ‫אטׁש ַה ְ‬ ‫אכט צּו ֶקענֶ ען ְׁש ִּפ ְילן ָכ ְ‬ ‫נַ ְ‬ ‫ִאים‪.‬‬ ‫אדע‪.‬‬ ‫אס ֶ‬ ‫ַאמ ָּב ַ‬ ‫ִאין ִדי ְ‬

‫עקּומען‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫ַארֹויסגֶ‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫נּו‪ֶ ,‬ע ֶּפעס ִאיז‬ ‫קּוקן?‬ ‫אכ ְ‬ ‫פּון ַדיין נָ ְ‬

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‫מממ‪ ,‬וָ ואס ִאיז ָדאס?‬

‫יׁשט‪ .‬זֶ עט אֹויס ַאז ֶדער‬ ‫אכנִ ְ‬ ‫נֵ יין‪ ,‬נָ ְ‬ ‫ארזִ ְיכ ִטיג‪...‬‬ ‫יסט ִאיז ָפ ְ‬ ‫אר ְ‬ ‫ער ִ‬ ‫ֶט ָ‬

‫ויל ְסטּו ַאז ֶמענְ ְט ְׁשן‬ ‫אכט! אֹויּב וִ ְ‬ ‫ָאּב ְ‬ ‫גִ יּב ַ‬ ‫קּומען אֹויף ִדיר ְּב ָטעּות!‬ ‫ַארֹויפ ֶ‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫אלן‬ ‫זָ ְ‬

‫ייסטּו???‬ ‫וָ ואס ְׁש ַר ְ‬ ‫ֶער ֵמיינְ ט ִמיר ֶע ֶּפעס צּו ְמ ַר ֵמז זַ יין?!‬


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‫גדלי' וויינבערגער‬

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CALL/TEXT: Chaim @ 917.817.9146 Thinking of buying or selling? Who you work with MATTERS. The World Realty Group has likely LISTED or SOLD a property near you! Please call us today for a FREE consultation and market analysis! Family owned and operated since 1966, The World Realty Group, has been providing buyers and sellers alike with an unmatched level of professionalism, honesty and respect. Our entire focus is around YOU, the client. Whether you are a seasoned real estate investor or a first time home buyer, we provide a level of individualized attention you will not find with any other company. With graduate degrees in Accounting and Finance under our belts you can be certain you are working with educated, knowledgeable, and seasoned real estate professionals. Please call us today and experience a WORLD of difference.

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Real Estate Listings

35 S Cole Ave

O. (845) 406-4944

F. (845) 459-6031

Fully Upgraded.

Coming Back on the Market!

Dream Home

6 Park St. Spring Valley

5 Andrew Drive Monsey

6 Bluejay St. Chestnut Ridge

Oversized Townhome, over 4,000 sq ft with a 4 room apartment for income. Over 1,500 sqft basement with 9 ft ceiling.

Newly renovated 2 story home, plus basement. Beautiful fenced in lot. Located in PRIME CHESTNUT RIDGE AREA.

Gorgeous, flat property in the Birds!! Build your dream home, or renovate this oversized Hi-ranch.

$939k

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

New Price!

$519k

COMING SOON

Price Reduced 30k!

Price Reduced 5k!

Great Investment Opportunity

26 Locust Spring Valley

30 Beckett Chestnut Ridge

34 Prospect Spring Valley

Perfect investment opportunity. 2 Kitchens, 7 Bedrooms, 2,500 sq ft finished. $3,500 monthly income with large property. Price reduced $30,000.

Oversized 5 bedroom home in peaceful cul de sac in PRIME CHESTNUT RIDGE AREA. Over 1/2 acre nice, flat property.

Newly renovated home! 7 bedrooms, Current monthly income $2,800 with potential to raise.

NEW FOR SALE Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world

info@ruumirealty.com

$419k $439k

$564k

FOR SALE

NEW LISTING

$349k

SOLD

Temporary homes are only good for 7 days. 14 Garden Pl. Spring Valley This property is no longer available.

READY TO MOVE? CONTACT US TODAY!

NEW SOLD

Moses Einhorn

BARUCH “Zishe” FEDER

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LLC REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON

(845) 406-4944

LLC REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON

(845) 323-5566


OCTOBER HILL ESTATES “Brand New” luxurious colonials, 4 styles to choose from

The Tuscany

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The Sunset Villa

The Picturesque

Welcome to the October Hills Estate

where dreams harbored become a reality. A variety of uniquely designed homes are now being built on a new cul de sac in Airmont. Each custom colonial consists of 4,240 square feet plus an additional 2,120 square ft unfinished walkout basement. First floor features; a dazzling entryway/ foyer with a magnificent open gallery to the second story, spacious living room with Pella windows facing the front of the estates, powder room, Formal Dining room with adjoining living room and a kitchen that is every women’s dream come true. Modern State-of-the-Art appliances, 3 stainless steal sinks, 2 electric wall ovens, 2 stove tops, a butlers pantry, semi custom cabinets by cuche-cusina, Quartz countertops, an oblong island in the center of kitchen boasts a gas top, stainless steal sink and a breakfast nook with bar stools. Additionally, there’s a large separate eat-in dinette the perfect size for the entire family,with a slider that opens to a beautiful deck. Sit back and relax on this over sized deck composed of Trex which overlooks your private backyard over 1/2 acre surrounded by trees and bushes, and wraps around all the way to the Family room off the kitchen. Second entrance at the side of the house with a landing pad, mudroom and custom french cubbies. Second floor features 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and a laundry room. Private master suite includes a sitting area, large walk in closet, full bath with freestanding tub, glass stand in shower, 2 his and her sinks and another one in the vanity. Custom built California closets, Shakers style solid doors, white oak hardwood floors, Porcelain vanities, wrought iron railings, radiant heat on first floor, sound proofing on all interior walls, spray foam insulation and many more 2019 updates throughout the house. A double garage with electric opener, an option to install electric heater and a front stone porch with a blue-stone landing adds to the uniqueness of the colonial. Seven out the Eleven houses are still available and they wont last long. CHOOSE YOUR DREAM HOME AND MAKE IT YOUR OWN.....

Houses are 90 % done waiting

for your customization Rodeo Realty l 386 Rt 59, suite 300 l Monsey, NY 10952 l 845.364.0195 Call now for your private viewing:

Joel Klein Leiby Moster

Cell: 845.596.7399 Email: jkleinhomes@gmail.com Cell: 845.406.1470 Email: leomost@yahoo.com


845.600.8000

YOUR DREAM HOME

Beautifully built semi-attached Townhouse. 3 floors, 1350 Sq. Ft. each. Spacious dining room, living room, Kitchen/Dinette, and playroom on main floor. Master Bedroom Suite with bathroom + 4 bedroom. First floor has additional kitchen, family room, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. AVAIL ABLE IN THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS 12 Elener Ln Spring Valley, NY 10977 -1 apt. under contract 15 S Remsen St Monsey, NY 10952 -2 apt. under contract

TOWNHOUSE W/ LEGAL ACCESSORY APARTMENT AVAILABLE.

201 S Remsen St Monsey, NY 10952 -1 apt. under contract 17 Merrick Dr Spring Valley, NY 10977 18 Fanley Ave Spring Valley, NY 10977 -2 apt. under contact

Call for details:

845 499.9926 | 845.659.3066


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wishes you a Happy Healthy Sweet New Year! L’ Shana Tova from our HOME to yours!

BRAND NEW LISTINGS!

Stunning Custom semi-private 5bd 4bth Townhouse! Extra lrge Din/Liv rm and luxurious kitchen Spacious and Inviting!

Spectacular Brand New5bd 4bth Townhouse w/ 3bd guest suite. This oversized house w/ finished basmnt is truly unique and packed w/extras. Great location on dead end street. One of a kind!

Magnificent and Stately 8/9 Bd newer Colonial on charming Cul-de-Sac. Centrally located w/ just enough privacy. Min from shopping and transportation. Simply an Amazing Home!

Stunning Resort-like 9 bd/10bth, Sprawling Estate in the Heart of Wesley Hills! Exquisitely designed w/ extravagant pool area. Serene lakefront w/ 3.5 acres of breathtaking grounds.

• Move right into this updated and spacious 6bd bi-level in prime Forshay. Beautiful eat-in kit w/ gorgeous living space leading out to stunning flat prk-like proprty. Don’t miss this one!

• Unique Versatile 3 Bd 2.5 Bth Ranch Style Home. A lovely property w/ rare potential beautifully situated on a majestic 1.8-acre w/ peaceful views of Wesley Chapel Lake.

• Gorgeous and completely renovated Spacious Colonial! 4bd 2.5bth w/ hardwd flrs thru-out. Includes large basemnt w/ separate wlkout entrance. 1.16 acre and beautifully landscaped.

• Attention Builders! 2 Separate and Fully Approved Building Lots on Prime and Beautiful Montebello Location. Each over an acre. Get There First! Call Deborah: 845-662-6931

• Don’t miss this Extra Large Bi-level with incredible potential! Located on a quiet side street near Monsey. Lovely deck leading out to the private flat yard and fin wlk-out basmnt.

• RENTAL: Move right into this Bright Elegant Spacious 4bd Colonial Dream Home! Lovely updatd eat-in kit, beautiful bthrms, situated on a lrge prk-like property in a desirable central location.

• Bright Spacious Updated Bi-level featuring sunlit foyer, gleaming hardwood floors, eat-in kit, extra-lrge liv/din rm, master bd w/ private bth. Don’t miss this one!

Ask About an Excellent Opportunity!! Amazing Property for a School!!

Ask About Our Other Available Properties!

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Classifieds FOR SALE BUGABOO STROLLERS New Strollers For Sale: Bugaboo Fox- $850-$1050 Bugaboo Donkey 2 with 2 seats- $1300 1 Seat $900 Bugaboo Bunting $100, High performance $140 Bugaboo Organizer $35, Bee Cocoon $50 Bee 5 Navy $625, Grey $650 Yoyo $375 Yoyo, Yoyo Bassinet $100 NEW!! DOONA $425 Please call/ text 323804-7438. FORMULA ‫צו פארקויפן ניאויקעיט פארמאלע‬ ‫ קעןס‬10 ‫ פאר‬$25 ‫ קען‬1 ‫ פאר‬$30 845.426.3237 :‫און מער רופט‬ FOR SALE BRAND NEW JACADI SNOWSUIT SIZE 0-6 MONTHS. PLEASE CALL 422-5272.

REAL ESTATE HOUSE FOR RENT Private house sitting on a large property. 3 large bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms. Full basement, and lots of storage space. Across the street from New Day grocery. Call 3479572900 HOUSE FOR SALE Carlton corner Collage Approx 6000 sqft on ,9 acre for sale 845 274 1435

SHISHA REALTY

Vacation Apartments available in Jerusalem for Sukkos and all year. Call Shisha Realty 718-408-8070 or visit shisharealty.com SHABBOS/Y’’T SUFFERN GETAWAY Magnificent fully furnished, renovated 5bdrm, secluded home, 1 acre. Brook, fireplace, trampoline, basketball net. 18 minutes from Shul. Available Sukkos with Sukkah. Text/ Whatsapp 845-327-0266. OFFICE FOR RENT Beautiful office available for rent in center of Monsey. 2 large rooms. $2100. For serious inquiries only email: sales@beautycentricgroup. com or call:845-352-1550 ROOM FOR RENT very large room for rent in Bates area. Suitable for office or playgroup etc. 845 746 7251 SHORT TERM RENTAL Beautiful spacious 4 bedroom house in a nice quiet area in Chestnut Ridge, Newday area. Please call 917-974-3151

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HELP WANTED

APT FOR RENT Lovely one bedroom furnished apt. in Chestnut Ridge perfect for chussen/ kallah. Available right after Yom Tov. Call/Text 347-4860049

LASER IS NOW A POSITIVE, PAINFREE EXPERIENCE.

// for sale // real estate // help wanted

JOB OPENING 12th grade graduates! Kickstart your career today! Heimeshe showroom in Monsey looking to hire immediately. Full time ( 9-5). Will train. Entry level - female receptionist and female inside sales position available. Candidates should have excellent communication skills and the ability to maintain a high level of activity. Competitive pay. Please email 6038204@ gmail.com or call 845-6038204. JOB OPPORTUNITY Growing nursing home management company in Suffern, NY is seeking Accounts Receivable representative. Candidate must be detail oriented, organized and have basic knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel, graduates welcome. Full benefits and competitive salary. Please email resume to jobs@carecorehealth.com. JOB OPPORTUNITY Office in Monsey is looking to hire women or girl for full time secretary position. knowledge in Microsoft word, excel , and phone skills required. great potential for the right candidate. Please email resume to: wehirew@ gmail.com

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER local drivers for chessed. Please call 845-352-1016 MANHATTAN OFFICE Heimish office in midtown Manhattan looking to hire young graduates, Yiddish speaking a must, Great pay! Please text/leave voicemail 347-946-5526 P/T JOB OPPORTUNITY Busy insurance office is seeking a part time customer service representative for the afternoon hours. Candidate must be responsible, computer savvy, and detail oriented. Experience preferred. Please send resume to insuranceagency10977@ gmail.com SALESPERSON WANTED Individual must desire to build a career, Full Training and Support provided. Past work experience a+. C:845-639-5216 e:dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com SHADOW POSITION Looking for female shadow for 1:45PM to 4:15PM for third grade boy in boys school in Monsey Call\Text 732-2152858 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016

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Wishing our employees a happy and

Join our Monsey office! Email your resume to: jobs@fcc-corp.com


Classifieds BOUTIQUE Accounting Practice looking for an experienced accountant to join our team Email resume to: jobs. boutiquefirm@gmail.com or Fax resume to (646) 792-3313 GREAT OPPORTUNITY Are you a friendly selfmotivated Girl? The Sock Shoppe is looking to hire a full-time worker. Please call or text: 845-499-6338 HELP WANTED looking for individual with excellent phone and writing skills, with great potential to grow, must be sharp, quick learning, and able to handle challenges; perfect opportunity for right individual: fax your info to 8457906420 or email cfsassociates@gmail.com HELP WANTED Transition program seeks Female aide for special needs classroom. Full time position. jobresumes613@gmail.com. Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119

// help wanted // services

HELP WANTED Growing local service business located in Chestnut Ridge seeking office manager/controlling. Responsibilities included daily entry of accounts payables, creating purchase orders, paying vendors, creating proposals, scheduling appointments. Quickbooks experience is a MUST. sales@steveslawns. com

BALABUSTA’S SECRET! Rivky’s custom challah dough, Always fresh. Leave the mess to me. Hafroshas challah opportunity. Call, text or WhatsApp 845-5389332

CHOSON ALBUM VIDEO

GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281

DOULA WITH PASSION Dance through birth. Chana Reich 845-238-1037

PLAYGROUP Kennedy Dr. Area, ages 2-3 years. Snacks & hot lunches. Yiddish speaking. Tender loving care, to register call 845-274-7412

ALTERATIONS Professional alterations, fast service, in the Blueberry Hill area. 929.287.2135

SERVICES FREE!! WEIGHT LOSS SESSION FREE!! Session with Certified Health and Weight Loss Coach, 30-45 min focused entirely on you!! Schedule: 845-641-1057 keepthosepoundsoff.com

BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com

SHAIMOS

PICK UPS 845-461-3084

Gifting your kallah with a choson album? Make it come alive for her with the addition of clips of your precious son! Call 845-445-5463

DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org BUG CLINIC Enjoy your sukkah free of flies, Spiders & all pests! THE BUG CLINIC 674 N Main St. 10977 845-356-2837

Seeking Intake Coordinator

Excellent pay, Monsey area, 1-way transportation provided, Health insurance provided, Generous Paid Time Off package, 401(k), Other benefits... • Communication skills a must • Organizational skills a must • Expert training provided Email resume to: info@attentivebehavior.com

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DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED?

Join Us and Experience the Marquis Difference. BENEFITS Paid Yomim Tovim, Federal Holidays and Personal Time Off Transportation Provided • Medical Benefits 401k • Team Building Events • Competitive Pay Professional Environment • Heimishe Atmosphere Training and Support • Room for Growth

WE AR E HIRIN G

REQUIRED SKILLS • Ability to Multitask • Good Communication Skills • Detail Oriented

Full-time Positions Available in HR, CDPAS and Coordination Departments MARRIAGE & FAMILY COUNSELING

Warm, professional 25 years exp. Communication. Child & Teen behavorial issues. Dr Yisroel Kaplan, Please call for free phone consult 917-345-5750 MASSAGES

for women by a licensed massage therapist. Relax with a deep tissue, swedish, pre/ post natal massage. New Hempstead/New City area. Please call 845.201.8251 or email info@cuzzispa.com DRUM LESSONS by Shmuel Klaver, Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 DRYER VENT CLEANING by Joel Berger 8452043828

845.205.9513

sfliegman@marquishc.com www.marquishc.com

GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos ARROWSMITH Is your child still in the same place after all that tutoring? The Arrowsmith Program has helped many children become successful in the regular classroom. Please call Mrs. Feuer to find out more 845-304-7053 HOSTESS PACKAGES/ PEKLECH

Classy welcome packages for your Shabbos aufruf or Sheva Brachos! We have something in every budget; book in advance to ensure availability. Thinking pekelach? We have it! Vacht nacht, birthday, aufruf, upsherin, pidyon haben. PRESENTED 845-2740489 presented0489@ gmail.com

Real estate office in the heart of Monsey is looking to hire a full time secretary to do bookkeeping and run office operations.

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Classifieds • New Mom? • Working Mom? • Making Chasunah? • Simply overwhlmed?

// services // odds & ends // babysitting

REMOVE AN AYIN HORA! BY RABBi SHMUEL ECKSTEIN

Dini will make you heimishe Hungarian food, in the comfort of your home or mine Dini will stock your fridgr/freezer

ENDORSED BY MANY RABUNIM

845.284.9777

call/text

845.274.4420 MORTGAGE SALES Great Mortgage Sales Opportunity .Loan Origination. Amazing potential.. Highly Reputable company Email Sales4mortgages@gmail.com Call 845-233-6577 ext 217 MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm NS ELECTROLYSIS 15+ yrs exp in permanent hair removal. Comfortable updated technology. Nechama Sher 646-856-5498 PETTICOATS FOR RENT! Enhance your gown with just the right petticoat! Kids and adults petticoats for rent! In the Bates area. Call or text: 845 200-4326

SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula GENTLE TOUCH Laser, Electrolysis, Waxing, Tinting. Professional Flawless Make Up. Evening appt available. Call/text 845 2225265 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319

POTATO KUGEL Can you smell it? The best heimish potato kugel! $15 for a 9x13, Please call or text 845535-1158 to order

MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003

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SUKKAH ASSEMBLY Heimishe General Handyman, Sukkah Assembly. $26/hr. Sukkah, shlach, flooring, carpet, furniture assembly, etc. Call 845-376-2253.

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BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. After school hours available. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 HEBREW SPEAKING PLAYGROUP ‫גן לעברית בפסייאק מחפש גננת‬ ‫וסייעת לשנה הבעל״ט דוברות‬ ‫ צוות היימיש ואווירה‬.‫עברית‬ 845- :‫לפרטים‬.‫ישראלית נעימה‬ 3672360

GEMACHIM BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email frimitbabies@gmail.com BABY GEMACH short term loans of carseats, pack n plays, strollers, pumps and more! 845.397.7724 or visit soralasbabygemach. com. BABY GOWNS and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. New! Boys line added. 425-3049 BANDS & HATS $10 New ladies bands, all lengths. Also berret hats. 845 290 8319


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BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602

BED REST? We do the laudry for you. 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers)

CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n play bassinets. 425-1202

BIKE RACK GEMACH Fits all cars. Holds up to 3 bikes. 845-659-1863.

CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278

BLUE LIGHT Gemach in monsey, pls call before. 845.425.1919

CHUPPAH TEFILLOS tefillos and tehillim booklets for the chupa time 845-2130602.

BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket.

COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841

CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456

EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.

DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660

FREE MOVING BOXES Standard egg carton boxes (eg. Evergreen boxes). We are located in Chestnut Ridge. Call/text between 8-10:30pm. (845) 641-5536

ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.

GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278

FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643

GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031.

FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome!

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‫עס ווערט געזוכט טויגליכע אינגעלייט צו ארבייטן און אונזער דעי העב‬ 2:00 ‫ ביז‬8:15 – ‫ פרייטיג‬4:15 ‫ ביז‬8:15 ‫ מאנטיג ביז דאנערשטיג‬:‫שעות‬ ‫ געשמאקע אטמאספער‬- ‫דארף קענען דרייווען‬ OVERNIGHT RESPITE: Sunday-Friday 6 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. Multiple staff needed to oversee Respite home with young women. Can choose days that work best for you. COM HAB/AT HOME RESPITE: One-on-one, several openings available. Days and hours are flexible. Please call for details. Must Drive! Please contact: efeder@chesed247.org, or call: 845.354.3233 ext. 1121

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HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293. ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646

MECHITZA’S 30’ - 5 six’ tables, 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail.com PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816 REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. 845-356-0815

MATERNITY COATS 100% down TEXT ONLY 8455212912

ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. South Fallsburg 845-434-3865.

MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. call/ text 845-445-9687

SAFETY BRACELET Free aid to remind you that your baby is in the car! 4251202

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MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333 MOVING BOX GEMACH New Hempstead area. text 845-642-5286 to arrange pick up NEW GOWN GEMACH sisters of the Kallah/chasson. Adult Size 0-12. 845-517- 8808 PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538 SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH Accepting donations. New or gently used. 862-505-9546 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718

SIMCHA HAT $25. many styles/ colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. 347 351 1604 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH speakers, mikes, mixers, cables, 917-382-8809 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121 TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105 THE WEDDING KIT All necessities for Kallah/ Chosson’s family for the wedding night. Leili Nishmas: Perel Gela Bas R’ Shloima. 845-371-2947 TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014 TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513 WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036


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‫טייערע כלה‬ ‫נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה‬ ‫מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט‬ ,‫ שיעורים‬,‫ הדרכה‬,‫השקפה‬ ‫ וואכן פאר‬4‫ רעזעווירט‬.‫תפילות‬ 245-352-2560 ‫די חתונה‬ ‫לעילוי נשמת‬ We can arrange to have the whole ‫ששה סדרי משנה‬ learned ‫ לעילוי נשמת‬your loved ones! Call /Text (917) 720-6392 / chofetzmishna@ gmail.com HOT WATER URNS 845-425-9211

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GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info

DRESSES/GOWNS GOWN FOR RENT

beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4, 8455380391 CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924

FOR RENT Magnificent white gown with teal beading. Size 2. Pls call/ text 845-746-7248 GOWN FOR RENT Gorgeous black and gold gown for rent size 2-4. Please text/call 201-204-6315 MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4 pls call 845-596-9933 ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 RENT/SALE GOWNS: Mechteniste, sister of bride & maternity 845659-8753. We will also take your gowns on consignment and rent/sell it for you. RENT/SALE Black & White Exquisite gown for rent/sale. 845-8262185

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‫אומבאַ שרייבליכע סצענע ווען נאָ ענט צו ‪" 1,000‬קנין משנה קינדער" פייערן‬ ‫זייערע סיומים אין משניות‪ ,‬פארגאנגענעם דאנערשטאג כי תבוא אין די‬ ‫פראכטפולע עדן פאלאס זאלן אין וויליאמסבורג‪ ,‬אומגלויבליכער צאָ ל פון ״‪47‬‬ ‫חתני המשנה״ האָ בן זוכה געווען צו ״פאַ רענדיגן גאַ נץ משניות״ צום שלוס פון‬ ‫תשע״ט‪ ,‬אַ דאַ נק וואונדערליכן ״אויסגעּפרואווטן קנין משנה סיסטעם״‪.‬‬

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‫חנוכת המקוה דורך "מקוה טהרה העולמי" אין אסטראקאהאן רוסלאנד‬

‫הגה"צ ר' יעקב מאיר שעכטער ראש השנה באומן‬

‫צענדליגע תושבי מאנסי מאכן א קידוש השם ביים ארויסקומען צו באערן א פאליציאנט וואס איז אומגעקומען‬

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‫מפעל "טוב וחסד"‪ ,‬בהנהלת הרב‬ ‫יעקב אליעזר שישא‪ ,‬טוט‬ ‫ארויסהעלפן און פארלייכטערן פאר‬ ‫טויזנטע ארימע פאמיליעס‪ ,‬און‬ ‫משפחות פון אלמנות און יתומים‬ ‫"תשע"ט" איז געווען א יאר אין וועלכער‬ ‫"טוב וחסד" האט געהאלטן אינאיין‬ ‫דערגרייכן פרישע חסד‪-‬קלימאקסן אין‬ ‫דעם הייליג לאנד‪ .‬דא האט איר א קורצן‬ ‫איבערבליק אויף די פילצאליגע‬ ‫אקטיוויטעטן פונ'ם פארגאנגענעם יאר‬

‫יאר איבערבליק‬

‫עסנווארג חלוקות‬

‫דורכאויס דעם יאר האבן טויזנטע ארימע משפחות‪ ,‬און משפחות פון אלמנות ויתומים‪ ,‬איבער גאנץ ארץ ישראל גענאסן פון די בארימטע "טוב וחסד עסנווארג חלוקות"‬

‫"בנינו" און "בנותינו"אקטיוויטעטען‬

‫בין הזמנים פראיעקט פון 'בנינו'‬

‫ביי א געשמאקע פארברענג אין בית בנינו‬

‫ערב פסח אויספלוג‬

‫אמפארגעסליכע שבת בנינו‬

‫הרחבת גבולי הקדושה!‬

‫ניי איבערגעבויעטע ירושלים בנינו צענטער‬

‫"שמחה‬ ‫פאנד"‬

‫ביים סיינען קאנטראקט צוזאמען מיטן‬ ‫חשובען מנהל הרב מנחם שמואל דאכנער שליט“א‬ ‫אןיף די נייע "בנותינו" צענטער אין ירושלים‬

‫נייע "בנותינו " צענטער אין בני ברק‬

‫דער "שמחה פאנד" איז א ספעציעלער אפטיילונג פון "טוב וחסד" וואס‬ ‫צאלט אויס די "חתונה נאכט" פון חתנים וכלות ‪ -‬יתומים ויתומות‪ .‬דורכאויס‬ ‫תשע"ט זענען ‪ 280‬חתונות געפראוועט געווארן מיט שמחה אדאנק די‬ ‫שטיצע פון דער שמחה פאנד‪ .‬באזונדער האט געצויגן אויפמערקזאמקייט‬ ‫דער ריזיגער סוקסעספולער "רינג" קאמפיין פארגאנגענעם חודש אב‪.‬‬

‫נייע "בנינו" צענטער אין בית שמש‬


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‫ערב עיון בהלכה ורפואה בהשתתפות הונדערטע רבנים פון איבער ניו יארק און ניו דזשערסי דורך 'מכון המדריך להוראה' אין‬ ‫שפיץ פון נשיא המכון הרה"ג רבי יוסף ישראל אייזענבערגער דומ"ץ שיכון סקווירא | בילדער אבי ס‪.‬‬


13 Months of Chesed Milestones at Tov V’chesed, Israel’s #1 Relief Organization

YEAR IN REVIEW

Tov V’chesed, under the leadership of Rabbi Yaakov Eliezer Shisha, is Israel’s premier organization serving the needs of thousands of impoverished families and orphaned children

FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS

Throughout the year, thousands of families received weekly and monthly food distributions

PROJECT BONEINU / BNOSEINU

Unforgettable Shabbaton

Erev Pesach Trip

Beautiful Gathering In Boneinu

Bein Hazmanim Project

BONEINU / BNOSEINU EXPANSION

New Boneinu Center in Beit Shemesh

SIMCHA FUND

New Boneinu Center in Bnei Brak

Bnoseinu Menahal R' Menachem Dachner Signing Contract In The New Bnoseinu Center Injerusalem

Simcha Fund is a special division of Tov V’Chesed which pays for the wedding night costs of orphaned chassanim and Kallahs. With the support of generous donors, Simcha Fund married off 280 orphans this past year with all funds going directly to wedding night vendors. The public also provided a great boost during the successful online RING campaign in August.

Newly Renovated Boneinu In Center In Jerusalem


‫בנ˘יאו˙ הרה"ג‬ ‫ר' מרדכי ˘מואל גארעלי˜ ˘ליט"א‬

‫ב˘ורה טובה‬ ‫אחר עמל ויגיעה רבה ˘מחים אנו להודיע ˘ב˘ער ב˙‬ ‫רבים ˘בסייע˙א ד˘מיא מ˙כוננים אנו כע˙ בע"ה‬ ‫לפ˙ו˙ י˘ב˙ינו ה˜'‬

‫ל˜רא˙ זמן החורף ˙˘"פ‬ ‫י˘יבה גדולה ע‪ ı‬חיים ד'לעי˜וואוד‬ ‫לבחורים הרוˆים לה˙עלו˙ ב˙ורה וירא˙ ˘מים‬ ‫בנ˘יא˙ מרן הר"י‬

‫הרה"ג ר' מרדכי ˘מואל גארעלי˜ ˘ליט"א‬ ‫יהי רˆון ˘חפ‪ ı‬ה' בידינו יˆליח ולהעמיד ˙למידים הגונים‬ ‫ולהעלו˙ם על במ˙י ה˙ורה והיראה ע"ד י˘ראל ו˙˙˜ד˘‬ ‫˘ם ˘מים על ידינו להגדיל ˙ורה ולהדירה‪.‬‬

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‫הכנסת ספר תורה צום ביהמ"ד פונעם חסידישער קיבוץ אין אומאן‬

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!‫חג שמח‬

FRIDAY, 10/11 10:30-1:30 MOTZOEI SHABBOS, 10/12 9:30-11:00 SUNDAY, 10/13 10:30-1:30


‫מיין‬

‫ה‬

‫מיר גע‬

‫שט‬

‫אט‬

‫חק‬

‫טוי‬

‫שמחת תורה‬ ‫חק‬ ‫גייט מיר אנדערש מיט‬

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‫מיין שמחת התורה איז אינגאנצן אנדערש ווען איך ווייס אז איך טאנץ מיט כל התורה‬ ‫כולה אין מיינע הענט נאכ'ן דורכלענען טאג טעגליך "חק לישראל" וועלכער איז כולל‬ ‫בתוכה חלקים פון כל התורה כולה‪ ,‬מקרא‪ ,‬משנה‪ ,‬גמרא‪ ,‬הלכה‪ ,‬קבלה און מוסר‪.‬‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫אב"ד קאמאדא בבדיקת אתרוגים‬

‫ישר כח הרב רוזן פארן לאזן די קינדער פון נחת וועלט חדר זען די כפרות‪ ,‬די קינדער האבן באמת הנאה געהאט!‬

‫נסיעה פון האדמו"ר מתולדות אהרן קיין מירון אינאיינעם מיט די תומכי המוסדות‬

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‫מודעה משמחת‬ ‫ביותרת הכבוד שמחים אנו להודיע בזה למעלת כבוד‬

‫מלמדים ומדריכים פרטיים‪ | ,‬עוזרים ומסייעים פרטיים |‬ ‫אישי חינוך מיוחד | מנהלי המוסדות‬

‫יום עיון השנתי‬

‫‪9:30‬‬

‫פתיחת המעמד ע"י היו“ר‬

‫‪9:45‬‬

‫הרב מענדל קליין ‪OTR/L‬‬

‫הרב הערשל זאבעל ‪LMSW -‬‬ ‫‪How our relationship with the child's individual‬‬ ‫‪experience promotes curiosity and learning‬‬ ‫)‪(DIR/floortime perspective‬‬

‫‪11:00‬‬

‫‪Dr. Joseph Nissenfeld - MD‬‬ ‫‪Medical‬‬ ‫‪MedicalDirector,‬‬ ‫‪Director,Achieve‬‬ ‫‪AchieveBehavioral‬‬ ‫‪Behavioral Health‬‬ ‫‪Health‬‬

‫‪Effectiveness and side effects of medication‬‬

‫‪11:30‬‬

‫במטרה נכונה‪ ,‬ללמוד וללמד‪ ,‬לשמוע ולהתבונן‪:‬‬ ‫דרכי החינוך‪ ,‬עצות והדרכות‪ ,‬הוראות ורעיונות‬

‫סדר היום‬

‫‪Dr. Samuel D. Mandelman - PhD‬‬ ‫‪Educational/ Neuropsychologist Cornell Medical Center‬‬

‫במהלך הטיפול ולימוד עם‬ ‫תלמידים הנצרכים לחינוך מיוחד‬ ‫ובד בבד ישמעו בו דברי חיזוק והדרכה‬ ‫בגודל מעלת עבודת הקודש הלזו‬

‫‪Complex learning and behavioral profiles‬‬

‫‪12:30‬‬

‫דברי חיזוק והדרכה בעבודתינו הקדושה‬

‫‪1:00‬‬

‫הפסקה וארוחת צהרים‬ ‫לכל המשתתפים החשובים‬

‫‪2:00‬‬

‫‪Dr. Samuel D. Mandelman - PhD‬‬

‫ע“י אחד מגדולי רבני העיר שליט“א‬ ‫‪Q&A session with the presenters‬‬

‫אשר יתקיים ברצו''ה‬

‫ב' פר‘ נח‬ ‫כ“ט תשרי ‪ -‬יום‬ ‫שנת תש"פ לפ"ק הבעל"ט‬ ‫למספרם ‪Oct. 28‬‬

‫‪Educational/ Neuropsychologist Cornell Medical Center‬‬

‫‪Executive function‬‬

‫‪2:45‬‬

‫במלון‬

‫‪Sheraton Mahwah Hotel‬‬ ‫‪1 International Blvd, Mahwah NJ‬‬

‫הרב מרדכי סאלאמאן ‪LMHC -‬‬

‫‪Director of Behavioral Health and Clinical Services @ Comfort Health‬‬

‫‪Bad Behavior Doesn’t Have To Be Bad Intention /‬‬ ‫‪services available thru Comfort Health‬‬

‫‪3:00‬‬

‫הרב שמואל יעקב שווארץ שליט“א‬

‫מנהל מכון ’להבין‘ ‪ -‬מאבחן לימודי רבות בשנים‬

‫האיך לחבר התלמיד ללימודו‬ ‫המעמד מיועד לאנשי חינוך‬ ‫מיוחד‪ ,‬דמי כניסה‬ ‫מלמדים פרטיים‪ ,‬והעוסקים בתחום חינוך‬ ‫וינתן זכות כניסה לאלו שהזמינו מראש ‪$25‬‬

‫‪3:45‬‬

‫מנחה‬

‫לפרטים ולהרשמה נא לפנות לאיחוד חינוך מיוחד‬

‫עד יום ו‘ פר‘ בראשית‬

‫‪845-579-2227‬‬

‫)‪(oct 25‬‬ ‫אימעיל‬

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‫בכבוד רב‬

‫הנהלת איחוד חינוך מיוחד‬ ‫‪Event Sponsors‬‬ ‫‪Main Sponsor‬‬


‫האדמו"ר מסקולען‬ ‫בניחום אבלים‬

‫הילולת האדמו"ר מראדוויל זצוק"ל בבית מדרשו אצל בנו הגה"צ אבד"ק ראדוויל‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫הונדערטער תושבי עירינו באגלייטן די מיטה פון האברך החשוב ר' יוסף פישמאן ע"ה‬


‫האנדלט אייך איין א‬ ‫להדר טלית מיט א‬ ‫געפלאכטענע עטרה‬ ‫אדער וויזניצע טלית‬

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‫לוי' של הגה"צ ר' מנחם יהודה אדלער זצ"ל אבד"ק אמרי נועם טאראנטא בביהמ"ד סערעדנא מאנסי‬

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‫סיום על כל הלכות פסח ע"י תלמידי כולל תולדות יעקב יוסף דחסידי סקווירא ‪ -‬מאנסי‬


‫הרחבה'דיגע‬ ‫צענטערן‬ ‫אין אלע היימישע‬ ‫געגנטער‬

‫אריין‬ ‫און ארויס‬

‫ערלעדיגט א‬ ‫הערליכע סעט אין‬ ‫געציילטע מינוטן‬

‫ריזיגע‬ ‫אויסוואל‬

‫פון אלע סארט‬ ‫אתרוגים‪ ,‬לולבים‪ ,‬און‬ ‫הדסים‬

‫קלארע‬ ‫פרייזן‬

‫יעדע אתרוג קלאר‬ ‫געפרייזט פון פאראויס‬

‫העפליכע‬ ‫סערוויס‬

‫א גרויסע‪,‬‬ ‫פראפעסיאנאלע‬ ‫שטאב גרייט אייך צו‬ ‫באדינען‬

‫אתרוג‬ ‫אינשורענס!‬

‫פארזיכערט מיט א‬ ‫נייעם אתרוג‪ ,‬אין פאל‬ ‫עס ווערט ח"ו פסול‬

‫דיין אויפ'ן‬ ‫פלאץ‬

‫ביי יעדע לאקאציע‬ ‫לדון ולהורות‬

‫פראפעסיאנאל‬ ‫באקוועם‬ ‫און‬

‫מאנסי‬

‫מארקעט‬

‫ווילחאוויץ‬

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‫‪pm‬‬

‫‪am‬‬

‫וויליאמסבורג‬

‫בארא פארק‬

‫קרית יואל‬

‫‪146 Rodney St.‬‬

‫‪1310 46th St.‬‬

‫‪55 Forest Rd.‬‬

‫ביהמ"ד מישקאלץ‬

‫כתר‪‭‭‬טשארנא ‪ -‬סלאנים‬

‫קרן ויואל משה‬

‫לעיקוואוד‬

‫‪Across River Mills‬‬ ‫‪1200 River Ave.‬‬

‫לאנדאן‬ ‫פרדס וויזניץ‬

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Contents E X P A N D E D

S U K K O S

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I S S U E

FREE ISSUE 219 OCTOBER 10, 2019

‫פרשת האזינו‬ ‫י”א תשרי תש”פ‬

SIMCHA IN ITS PUREST FORM What was it like to attend the Simchas Beis Hasho’eivah in the Beis Hamikdash?

TELLING AN ESROG FROM AN ESROG A local DEALER shares the story of hiddur mitzvah

MY SHINING MOMENT My masterpiece was finally hanging in my shvigger’s sukkah...

THE TASTES AND TONES OF AUTUMN Bring BEAUTY AND FLAVOR into your sukkah

ALWAYS IN OUR SUKKAH Could a chance encounter ignite a nearly snuffed-out spark? FYI:

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS INSIDE: YOUR 5780 CHOL HAMOED EXCURSIONS GUIDE

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Managing Editor:

D. GORALNIK

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Content Editor:

R. REESE

Associate Editors:

E.M. NEIMAN B. KLEIN Food Editor:

M.P. WERCBERGER Creative Director:

AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator:

R. ITZKOWITZ

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TELEPHONE 845-600-8484

FAX: 845-600-8483

E-MAIL: ads@themonseyview.com

WEBSITE: www.themonseyview.com

MISSION STATEMENT: The Monsey View is a weekly publication designed for every segment and age group of our diverse community. Under rabbinical guidance, we bring Monsey’s top talent together to provide high-quality, informative and current reading material, keeping you up to date on sales, events, news and issues of concern and import happening right now in the Monsey community. DISCLAIMER: We do not endorse any ad found in this publication. We are not responsible for typographical or grammatical errors. Copyright: All content found in The Monsey View is copyright and may not be reproduced, published, distributed or duplicated for public or private use without written permission from The Monsey View.

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148 //

Week in Review

157 //

The Cuckoo Clock

170 //

Political Pulse

178 //

Food+Flower Panel

197 //

Wellspring of Simcha

206 //

Fruits of Their Labor

214 //

I’ll Be There

224 //

In the Glow of Family

230 //

The Sukkah Our Family Built

236 // FYI 239 // Excursions 306 //

Fun Pages

307 // Comics 322 // Classifieds 332 // Pictures


OUR REGULAR SHELF PRICES BEAT OUT COMPETITORS SALES PRICES

Open Motzoei Shabbos Oct 12 & Oct 19

Rambam

moscato 750 ml 7.99 1c

$7.75

Cave $66.99

6 Bottles $64.99 ea

Glenlivet

Founder’s Reserve 750Ml

$39.99

3 For $37.99 ea.

Jeunesse

Ben Eideann Whiskey 750Ml

$37.99

3 For $37.75 ea.

Isick’s ram

Basil

Hayden Bourbon 750Ml

$33.99

3 For $32.99 ea.

Gilgal

Cabernet Sauvignon 750Ml

Cabernet Sauvignon 750 ml

All Types

Case $8.99 ea.

3 bottles limit!

Case $9.99 ea

$9.99

$19.99

$10.99

n Tura

Heartland 750Ml

$23.99

6 For $22.99 ea.

Domaine

Du Castel Grand Vin

$67.99

6 Bottles $64.99 ea

Ella

Valley Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 750Ml

$23.99

6 For $22.99 ea.

Tomintoul 16 $47.99 3 For $46.99 ea.

Dalton

Yarden

Canaan Red 750Ml

Cabernet Sauvignon 750Ml

Case $8.99 ea.

Case $22.99 ea.

$9.99

Kedem

1.5 Cream Red And Cream Malaga

$6.99

Case $6.75 ea.

$24.99

Herzog

Napa Valley

$36.99

Case $35.99 e

*with coupon. Discount based upon single bottle pricing, no limitation. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. Offer expires 10/25/2019. (We are not responsible for typographical erros.)

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