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Erev Shabbos

Shabbos Kodesh

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Tzom Gedaliah

Erev Shabbos

Shabbos Kodesh

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9/28

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Simchas Torah

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Isru Chag

Erev Shabbos

Shabbos Kodesh

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CHAPTER 25 RECAP: With magnetic force, Shabbesai Tzvi wins over in the majority of Smyrna congregants, who transfer their allegiance to “Moshiach.” He orders his followers to utter the Shem Hameforesh, one by one. He then informs the chazan that Shacharis will be skipped, and he will begin the morning ritual by reading out of a consecrated Chumash.

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complete, Shabbesai Tzvi ordered the Torah scroll brought out and placed into his arms. Holding the Torah scroll, he walked back and forth across the shul, singing the old Spanish peasant song Yechiel had heard in the House of Chelebi, Meliselda, the Emperor’s Daughter. Many of the people in the shul understood the Spanish language and were perplexed by Shabbesai Tzvi’s choice of song. When he finished the song, however, Shabbesai Tzvi explained the secret Kabbalistic meanings at great length. Then he sang the song once again. His beautiful, ecstatic singing mesmerized the crowd and brought tears to their eyes. After leading the people through several selections from Tehillim, verse by verse, Shabbesai Tzvi blessed the people and bade them to go home and rejoice with their families. With a final look of triumph at the rabbis, he prepared to leave. The Portuguese Sinagoga was his. His adversaries had been defeated. On Sunday, Shabbesai Tzvi abolished the fast day of 10 Teves, decreeing that it be celebrated with feasts and singing in honor of the victory of

Moshiach over his adversaries. This action evoked a renewed outburst of heated protest from the rabbis, but the patience of the new king was at an end. That very same day, Shabbesai Tzvi announced the dismissal of Rav Aharon Lapapa from his post as head of the beis din of Smyrna, replacing him with one of his own supporters. Angry mobs converged on the homes of the antagonistic rabbis to enforce Shabbesai Tzvi’s decree and consolidate his control over the beis din. Rav Shlomo Algazi was forced to flee the city, and his house was plundered. The old and feeble Rav Aharon Lapapa hid in the home of a distant relative. Roving bands of Maaminim terrorized Smyrna, driving the remaining Kofrim from the city. Over the next two days, all the Jewish people of Smyrna filed by Shabbesai Tzvi and kissed his hand. Acknowledged as the undisputed king of Smyrna, Shabbesai Tzvi immediately dispatched a delegation of loyal rabbis to Constantinople to make preparations for his arrival. Yechiel Hapolani fasted for the first two days of that week, praying to the Almighty that He not hold the uttering of the Shem Hameforash against him. Although he had done so at the direction of the Master, in his heart Yechiel felt he had done something sinful, and he begged the Almighty’s forgiveness. At night, his sleep was disturbed by nightmares of


avenging angels who held burning torches to his feet, berating him for daring to utter the unutterable. Yechiel watched the glorious triumph of Shabbesai Tzvi with a strangely empty feeling. He tried to feel the soaring joy that filled the hearts of his wife Esther and his son Netzach, but it was as if a stone had lodged in his heart. Indeed, Yechiel’s agitated state of mind influenced his overall perception of the events taking place in Smyrna. The violent attacks of the rampaging mobs against the Kofrim went against the deeply ingrained lessons of his youth. Jewish people did not settle their disputes with fists and clubs. He tried to voice his misgivings to Gamliel Basnoun, but his words fell on deaf ears. Gamliel was completely carried away with the euphoria that gripped Smyrna. On Tuesday morning, Yechiel awoke in a state of deep dejection. After Shacharis, he set out for one of his warehouses in the central marketplace of Smyrna. A great commotion greeted him as he came to the marketplace. Rowdy thugs had surrounded the wine seller’s shop across his warehouse. The wine seller had barricaded himself inside, and the thugs were pounding on the heavy door and throwing rocks through the high windows. Yechiel watched the scene helplessly. Without asking, he could guess what was behind this attack. The wine seller had probably been discovered to be a secret sympathizer of the Kofrim. Yechiel felt a slight tap on his shoulder and turned around. Behind him stood a short man in Turkish garb with a closely trimmed beard and waxed mustaches. “Guidom Chayatzadi!” exclaimed Yechiel, recognizing the private physician of the sultan. “Are you surprised to see me here, Yechiel?” asked the physician. Guidom Chayatzadi1 was a Jew who had converted to Islam to secure his coveted position in the palace. Despite his conversion, however, he remained well-disposed toward his own people. Yechiel had always found him to be intelligent and sympathetic. “I wouldn’t have expected to find you in the marketplace of Smyrna, Guidom,” said Yechiel. “You need not be surprised, Yechiel. I’m in Smyrna at the direction of the sultan.” He shrugged. “As a former Jew, I was considered an excellent choice to come here and gather some firsthand information. As for my being here in the marketplace, I was looking for you.” “Indeed?” “As you realize yourself, my dear Yechiel, the sultan and the grand vizier are quite concerned about the activities of Shabbesai Tzvi. You and I have known each other a long time, Yechiel, and I have always considered us friends. Can I ask you for some of your impressions?” “Certainly.” “We’ve been watching Shabbesai Tzvi’s progress through the cities of Syria and here in Smyrna, and we’re all amazed by what he’s accomplished. He has truly emerged as king of the Jews. Even more amazing is that he has done it without armies.” “The Master is an exceedingly holy man. He is as familiar with the pathways of Heaven as I am with the streets of Smyrna. His power comes not from the barrel of a cannon or the blade of a sword but from

Some of the people seemed agitated by this command, but every one of them complied.

Historical Figures Rav Yaakov Sasportas

Rav David Kohein de Lara Rav Yaakov Chagiz Rav Yosef Escapa Rav Aharon Lapapa Rav Yaakov Tzemach Rav Avraham Amigo Rav Shmuel Germizan Rav Shlomo Algazi Rav Moshe Yisrael Rav Shabsi Kohein (the Shach) Rav Dovid Halevi (the Taz) Rav Yeshaya Halevi Rav Aryeh Leib ben Shmuel Tzvi Shabbesai Tzvi Mordechai Tzvi, father Esther Tzvi, mother Eliyahu Tzvi, brother Rachel, first wife Leah Karidi, second wife Shlumiel Karidi, father-in-law Sarah, third wife Nechemiah Kohein Nattan Haazati Shmuel Primo Avraham Yechini Mattisyahu Bloch Refael Yosef Chelebi Moshe Saraval Moshe Abudiente Sultan Mehmet IV Turhan Sultana Kussem Sultana Kiuprili Mehmet Pasha Kiuprili Fazil Ahmed Pasha Kara Mustapha Pasha Imam Mehmet Vani Guidom Chayatzadi

Chayatzadi means the son of a tailor in Farsi, the language of the Persian people.

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“You have sinned greatly against our King, Yechiel Hapolani,” he said, his voice cold as ice. “What do you have to say for yourself?” the Word of the Almighty.” Guidom nodded. “No doubt,” he said. “Do you feel he will be victorious?” “Yes, I’m sure of it,” said Yechiel. Out of the corner of his eye, he noticed a blind beggar squatting on the ground several paces away. The beggar rattled the coins in his cup, and Yechiel reached into his pocket and tossed a few coins into the cup. The physician also tossed the beggar a few coins, then they both put the beggar out of their minds. “Do you think Shabbesai Tzvi will take the crown from the sultan’s head and place it on his own?” asked Guidom in a mildly mocking tone. The question was asked casually, but Yechiel was instantly alert to its dangerous undertones. “The sultan has nothing to fear from the Master,” said Yechiel, carefully measuring his words. “As you yourself said before, he will not lead an armed revolt against the sultan. If anything, it is the will of the Almighty that the sultan must fear. If the Almighty has at long last decided to bring the Final Redemption, nothing will stop it from coming.” “And what about that?” asked Guidom sharply as he pointed to the ugly scene at the wine seller’s shop. “Has this sort of thing become common in Smyrna?”

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Yechiel averted his eyes. “You’ve answered my question,” said Guidom quietly. “It’s a passing thing, Guidom. You know this is not the Jewish way.” “Then why does Shabbesai Tzvi permit it? Or perhaps it is beyond his control?” The chilling implications of Guidom’s question sent a shiver through Yechiel. “I’m sure the Master will put an end to it very shortly,” he said. “I’ve been with him for fifteen years, and I can assure you that violence is against his nature. He has only permitted it here in Smyrna because the opposition to him was so deeply rooted. These incidents are flaws in a movement that has grown very quickly. They will be corrected in due time.” “There may not be time to correct these flaws. The sultan cannot tolerate this sort of lawlessness in the Empire. Furthermore, a subject of the Empire cannot be permitted to proclaim publicly that he will soon take the crown from the sultan’s head and make him his servant. It undermines the discipline of the people.” “Then why has the sultan not moved against the Master? Why has he let him get this far?” “The Grand Vizier answered that question for you in Constantinople years ago, Yechiel. When you were searching for the Dragon’s Teeth. The sultan has not moved against Shabbesai Tzvi out of respect for the power of the Kabbalah. But the sultan’s patience wears thin. Beware for your own safety,


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Yechiel. The days of Shabbesai Tzvi are numbered.” “I pray to the Almighty that you are wrong, Guidom,” said Yechiel softly. “I await the day when the Master will illuminate the entire world with his holy light, when even Jews like you, who have abandoned the religion of their forefathers, will be drawn back to where they belong.” “If Moshiach comes to the Jewish People, I will certainly return. But in the meantime, Yechiel, heed my warning.” Guidom Chayatzadi bowed slightly and walked away, and Yechiel watched the sultan’s physician disappear into the teeming crowds of the marketplace. The thugs had tired of besieging the wine seller’s shop and were slowly drifting away. Yechiel sighed and turned to enter his warehouse. As soon as Yechiel went inside, the blind beggar scrambled to his feet and ran from the marketplace. A short while later, a messenger came to Yechiel’s warehouse with an urgent summons from Shabbesai Tzvi. Upon arriving at Eliyahu Tzvi’s house, Yechiel was immediately brought to the room which served as Avraham Yechini’s private office. Avraham Yechini stood behind the desk, arms folded across his chest, a look of haughty contempt on his face. “You have sinned greatly against our King, Yechiel Hapolani,” he said, his voice cold as ice. “What do you have to say for yourself?” “What are you saying?” asked Yechiel, completely baffled. “Don’t be a fool, Yechiel. Everything is known to the

Master. Everything. I was with the Master this morning at the same time you were standing in the marketplace and speaking with the sultan’s spy. A fearful cry was heard, and the room began to tremble. Blood ran down the walls, and we could clearly hear your voice and the voice of the physician.” Yechiel turned deathly pale, and his hands began to shake. “How dare you speak against the Master?” shouted Avraham Yechini. “How dare you intimate to the sultan’s spy that the Master condones violence?” “I didn’t say that,” protested Yechiel. “On the contrary, I said that the Master abhors violence.” “But that he permits it here because the opposition is so deeply rooted.” A great fear gripped Yechiel’s heart. He opened his mouth to speak, but no words came out. “You are too weak, Yechiel,” continued Avraham Yechini in a merciless voice. “You are the pampered son of a rich banker, and you followed the Master, starry-eyed, because it was an adventure. Yet as soon as something happens that disturbs you, your resolve begins to weaken. I saw it on your face when you uttered the Shem Hameforash in the Portuguese Sinagoga. I saw it on your face when those miserable vermin who masquerade as rabbis were driven from the city by the righteous rage of the Master’s loyal followers. These things do not sit well with your pampered upbringing, Yechiel. You do not know the meaning of unquestioning devotion to the Master.”

CHAPTER 26 “Am I wrong for being sickened by the violence of the mobs that roam the streets of Smyrna in the name of the Master?” Yechiel asked Avraham Yechini. “Yes! Yes! A thousand times, yes! Do you think the Master doesn’t know everything you know? If the Master is not sickened, how dare you be? It is not your place to think or judge. Only to accept the Master with absolute faith. Not even to harbor questions in your innermost heart. How dare you speak to the sultan’s physician about flaws in the movement? Who are you to say what is a flaw and what is not? By being rebellious, you’ve exposed the Master to mortal danger. The Master is greatly angered.” Yechiel hung his head in shame. “Will the Master see me?” he asked in a meek voice. “I wish to beg his forgiveness.” “At first, the Master wanted to strike you dead with a Shem Hameforash,” said Avraham Yechini, noting with satisfaction the shudder that passed through Yechiel’s body, “but then he decided to have mercy on you, because you have been such a loyal servant all these years. He will see you.” Avraham Yechini led Yechiel to Shabbesai Tzvi’s room.

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Mukian the Macedonian stood guard at the door. “The Master awaits you,” said Mukian. “Enter on your knees.” Yechiel entered on his knees. Shabbesai Tzvi stood beside the window on the far side of the room. He wore a magnificent robe of the finest purple velvet, adorned with intricate designs in silver thread. Yechiel crossed the open space of the room on his knees and bent to kiss the hem of Shabbesai Tzvi’s robes. “Forgive me, Master,” he whispered hoarsely, “for I have sinned gravely against you.” “This morning began gloriously,” said Shabbesai Tzvi in a distant voice. “The two daughters of Chaim Peña fell into a trance and prophesied that I was the true Moshiach. When they awoke from their trances, they remembered nothing. Chaim Peña immediately came to me. He entered the room on his knees, just like you, and begged my forgiveness. It gladdened my heart. But to see you like this, my loyal Yechiel, saddens me. What can you say for yourself?” “It was the arrogance of my heart that misled me, Master,” said Yechiel with sincere remorse. “I felt unworthy


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The physician had dressed in Jewish clothing and was in the shul, listening to the conversations swirling around him, all concerning the latest news about Shabbesai Tzvi. Yechiel immediately found Mukian the Macedonian and told him to spread the word that there was a spy in their midst, and everyone should watch what was said. Then he sat beside Guidom and engaged him in conversation. He explained some of Shabbesai Tzvi’s teachings to the physician, hoping to appeal to his scholarly mind. This led to a general discussion of the character and beliefs of Shabbesai Tzvi. Heart pounding wildly, Yechiel pointed out that disloyalty to the sultan violated the most fundamental teachings of Shabbesai Tzvi. The physician seemed convinced. Pay no attention to the fantastic rumors you will hear among the common people, Yechiel cautioned him. Shabbesai Tzvi will never raise a weapon or utter an angry word against the sultan. * * * * *

Yankiv Tomashov arrived in Smyrna together with his assistant Noyach on a Friday. He was welcomed exuberantly by his grandchildren, but Yechiel was unexpectedly subdued and withdrawn amid the euphoria that gripped Smyrna. “I have spoken with Mukian the Macedonian and arranged for you to meet the Master,” said Yechiel, as they walked together to shul early Shabbos evening. “But I’m afraid we will have to wait until later in the week.”

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“Doesn’t my being your father make it easier to get in?” asked Yankiv in a jocular tone. “Of course it does, but not enough,” replied Yechiel seriously. “Mukian has shown me a long list of people waiting to pay homage to the Master. Entire delegations headed by famous rabbis wait their turn patiently. I was fortunate to arrange a visit for you this coming week.” “Later in the week will be fine,” said Yankiv with a smile. “It will give me a chance to recover from my journey.” “Did you find what you expected here, Father?” “I expected to find you happy,” said Yankiv, looking intently at his son, “and you are not.” For a moment, the veil Yechiel had drawn about him parted, and Yankiv saw the torment in his son’s heart. But the moment passed. After the meal, Yechiel went to put the children to bed. Esther remained behind to clear the table. “What’s on Yechiel’s mind?” Yankiv asked Esther. “Why does he seem so troubled?” “It’s nothing, really. He just needs some rest.” “It’s more than that. I can see it. Look, I’ve come all the way from Poland to be by my son’s side, to help him in any way I can. For his own good, I should know.” Esther thought for a moment. Then she sighed and nodded. In a torrent of words, she told her father-in-law everything that had happened during the past ten days. Yaakov’s lips formed a grim line as she told of how Yechiel had been forced to say the Shem Hameforash and how he had reacted to the abusive treatment of the rabbis of Smyrna. Suddenly, he understood the fleeting look he had seen on his son’s face. It had been the look of a free spirit tamed and defeated. Yankiv Tomashov got his first look at Shabbesai Tzvi on Shabbos morning in shul. During Shacharis, Shabbesai Tzvi stood quietly, his lips barely moving. After the Torah scroll was removed from the holy ark, Shabbesai Tzvi turned to the people and announced his departure for Constantinople. The Final Redemption was at hand. It would take place on 15 Sivan in the year 1666, barely six months away. “I, Shabbesai the son of Mordechai Tzvi,” he intoned, “the anointed King of Yisroel, who reigns in the upper and lower realms, do hereby divide the kingdoms of the world among my most loyal followers before I go on to Constantinople.” Shabbesai Tzvi went on to identify several of his family members and supporters as gilgulim, reincarnations, of the Kings of Yehudah and Yisroel. He then apportioned all the kingdoms of the world among these people. After Shabbos, he issued certificates attesting to the grants. Gamliel Basnoun and Yechiel Hapolani, not being gilgulim of the Kings of Yehudah or Yisroel, were given only minor grants in distant lands. Mukian the Macedonian was assured that, as a Levi, he would be the first to sing shirah in

the soon-to-be-rebuilt Beis Hamikdash. After Shabbos, Yankiv Tomashov suggested that Yechiel and his family return with him to Poland for a while. They hadn’t been home in many years, and Yechiel’s mother desperately wanted to see her grandchildren. But Yechiel would not even consider leaving Shabbesai Tzvi’s side. Yankiv pleaded with him, but to no avail. The next morning, Shabbesai Tzvi met with many of the kings he had appointed. It was time to plan for the next stage of the Messianic drama, the climactic arrival of the newly anointed Moshiach in Constantinople and the palace of the sultan. * * * * *

The stunning events in Smyrna did not go unnoticed in the rest of the Jewish world. A blizzard of letters emerged from Smyrna and inundated communities in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. Most of the letters were directed to the Sefardic communities with whom the community of Smyrna had the most contact, but those letters triggered other letters that reached the Ashkenazic communities of Poland and Russia as well. Pulichev, nestled in a remote valley in the south of Poland, was not spared. The news that Moshiach had appeared in Turkey, and that the Redemption was imminent, inflamed the city. The people looked to Rav Shloime for direction, but the most he could advise was patience and restraint. On Shabbos, he addressed the issue in shul. “My dear friends and neighbors,” he began, “it’s important that we deal with the sensational news from Turkey in a responsible way. I have to tell you that I met Shabbesai Tzvi in Smyrna several years ago, and he told me he was destined to be Moshiach. Did he convince me? No. Did I think he was lying? No. I believe that he believes it, but that doesn’t mean it’s true. He wouldn’t be the first deluded person that got it into his head that he was Moshiach. The man may be suffering from mental illness. He does have periodic bouts of deep depression, and he does do some really strange things when he comes out of his bouts of depression. So is he a madman? Or is he Moshiach? We can’t know for sure.” He took a deep breath and look around at his rapt congregants. “I know you wish desperately that Shabbesai Tzvi is not an impostor. So do I. But what we wish does not change the reality. If he’s an impostor, we must turn our backs to him. Leave it to the rabbis to figure it out. The truth will come out eventually. Just be patient and wait. We’ve waited patiently for so many centuries. We can wait a little longer.” The people accepted the words of their beloved rabbi, but the spark of hope burned fiercely in their hearts.

“So is he a madman? Or is he Moshiach? We can’t know for sure.”

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The Journal News reported that the East Ramapo Central School District advised parents last week that a shortage of drivers could affect 10% of the district’s 33,000 students. A statement on the district’s website by Superintendent Dr. Clarence Ellis said that some of the remaining 90% could be seeing delayed pickups and drop-offs, with some bus passes also arriving later than usual. Friday, the first day of school for public schools, saw some yeshivos impacted, with one sending out a mass text to its parent body informing them that buses on three routes would not be arriving to bring their sons home and asking them to arrange alternate transportation. Ellis acknowledged that the situation was frustrating and thanked parents for their understanding and patience as the year gets off to a less-than-perfect start. “While we understand this is not an ideal way to start the 2021–22 school year, please know that we are working roundthe-clock with our transportation providers to ensure all students a safe and timely ride to and from school,” said Ellis. The shortage extends far beyond Rockland, with the Associated Press reporting that while one school district in Montana was offering $4,000 bonuses to bus drivers, another in Delaware was paying parents $700 to arrange private transportation. Even as school districts across the country are offering commercial driver’s license training and increased pay to attract more drivers, the nearby Pine Bush School District in Orange County closed all of its schools due to the driver shortage. Ramapo Daily Voice reported that after shutting down unexpectedly on Friday, school officials spent the entire weekend juggling its approximately 100 bus routes, but still were not able to come up with a viable plan for Monday, forcing them to close school yet again. Staffing shortages have also hit hard in other areas, with one upstate New York hospital announcing that it would stop delivering babies as of September 25, according to CBS News. Lewis County General Hospital, located 150 miles northwest of Albany, said that so many employees have quit because they refuse to be vaccinated for COVID-19 as required by a state mandate, that they will need to shutter their maternity ward in just a few days. “The number of resignations received leaves us no choice but to pause delivering babies at Lewis County General Hospital,” said hospital CEO Gerald Cayer. “It is my hope that the [state] Department of Health will work with us in pausing the service rather than closing the maternity department.”


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Tired of wearing a mask when you travel? You probably don’t want to think about keeping your face uncovered now that the Transportation Security Administration has doubled the penalties for those who try to skirt the masking regulations on planes, trains, buses and other forms of transit that are subject to TSA guidelines. As of September 10, airline passengers who don’t abide by mask rules will be subject to fines ranging from $500 to $1,000 for their first violation. Second-time offenders will be hit with $1,000 to $3,000 penalties. It is unclear what consequences face those who continue flouting mask regulations. The action comes in response to airline crews’ complaints that travelers have become increasingly argumentative as they have returned to the skies and refuse to cover their faces as required by federal law, reported WebMD. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, three-quarters of the complaints about unruly passengers began with those who refused to mask up. “We appreciate the majority of travelers each day who voluntarily follow the requirement, but find this action necessary to maximize the protections for those who use and work within the transportation system, and to contain COVID-19,” said TSA Administrator David Pekoske. “By doubling the range of penalties, we seek to reinforce the importance of voluntary adherence.” Signs will be posted in airports warning passengers of the new penalties. The current federal face mask regulations remain in effect until January 18, 2022, unless they are extended, as they were last spring. “Wearing a mask protects the traveling public and all of the personnel who make the travel experience safe, secure and comfortable,” said Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas. “We will continue to enforce the mask mandate as long as necessary to protect public health and safety.”

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CHAPTER FORTY-NINE RECAP: In

Acco of 1947, Mahmoud is afraid to sell his former partner Yitzchak Shikovitzer’s land, lest he return. But when Emmanuel Bitton, a messenger from Yitzchak Shikovitzer and Binyamin, approaches him, Mahmoud becomes belligerent and insists that he will only talk about this with Yitzchak himself.

Acco, 1947

“I

spoke to them, Mr. Shikovitzer,” Emmanuel Bitton said as he sat down on the wooden chair. His eyes scanned the small, sad apartment. “It was just an exploratory conversation, to start with.” “Nu, what did Mahmoud say?” “He actually looks to me like someone who can easily be persuaded to do the right thing. He is very aware that the land is yours and not his. But he has friends and family, and they won’t let him give in so fast.” Bitton raised his eyes. “Besides, I didn’t quite understand. What will you do with the lot now? You don’t intend to live there, right?” “Not to live.” Zelig’s father closed his eyes and then opened them. “The lot is hekdesh.” “Hekdesh?” “Since I bought it when I came to Eretz Yisroel, I dreamed of building a shul on it. I even saved up some money to do that. But I waited for more Jews to come to Acco, you know, and while I was waiting, I used the lot for my business… Only when I was hiding from the rioters in 1929 did I decide that if I would be saved, and I would get the lot back, I would not continue to use it for horses and buggies; I’d build a shul on the property.” He shook his head morosely. “For now, I daven here at the Kosel every day, but I cannot stop thinking about that place. I invested all my money there, and my dreams…” “Was it a neder, a vow?” Through the window,

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“Who knows whether I’ll still be among the living when there’ll be a safe and established Jewish community in Acco?” Bitton could see the low houses of the Jewish Quarter. Somewhere beyond those houses was the Kosel. “I don’t know whether it was a vow or not; I don’t think I actually uttered anything. I just thought about it. But I would still want to try and keep it.” “Even now?” “Yes, even now. Binyamin Reiness only persuaded me now not to give up.” “When I asked ‘now,’ I meant: How are you planning to do that in such an Arab-filled city?” Shikovitzer raised his eyes. “How much longer do you think I will live? Another two hundred years? Who knows whether I’ll still be among the living when there’ll be a safe and established Jewish community in Acco?” “Well, I hope that will happen in less than two hundred years.” “Amen v’amen. But I am sixty-eight years old now. So you do the math.” “Look,” Emmanuel said. “I don’t really know what to tell you. In any case, I’m going back to Acco, because of my mother who doesn’t want to go anywhere else. My brother used to live with her, but last year he got married and left. Now she’s very elderly, and we don’t want her living alone among the Arabs.”

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“Yes, you told me.” Shikovitzer’s eyes were dull. Maybe he was thinking about his own son. “And I’m going to rent the house where you lived — yes, where you made the shul for the Ashkenazim. No one has lived there since you left, and it’s neglected and falling apart. You also can’t tell that there was a shul there.” “The area is full of Arabs,” Shikovitzer murmured. “All of Acco is full of Arabs now, Mr. Shikovitzer.” Emmanuel Bitton smiled thinly. “In any case, I wear a kaffiyeh when I’m there, and I’m not planning to socialize much with my neighbors. “Isn’t it very risky?” “I hope not. Aren’t there Arabs here, too? Anyway, I have friends there.” He rolled his eyes to the arched ceiling. “And you believe they remained your friends?” “I was a twelve-year-old boy in 1929. One neighbor of ours, a hulking fourteen-year-old, hid me in his house, under a bed. So no, I don’t trust anyone, but there are those whom I know don’t hate us, at least not as much as some of the others.” “And the others?” He pushed a bowl of grapes toward his guest. Yes, there was something to what Bitton was saying. “I think the others have also calmed down a bit.” He looked at the older man. “Anyway, is there something specific you’d like me to do for you in Acco?” “Maybe try to set up a meeting with Mahmoud.”


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“Why do you need to meet? “To have Mahmoud sign a document stating that even if I cannot use my lot right now, it still does not become his, or his son’s or his clan’s. It belongs to me.” “But what will his signature be worth?” Bitton asked. Shikovitzer nodded his head sadly. * * * * *

“Are you going, Emmanuel?” Bitton’s elderly mother stopped in the middle of peeling an apple. “Home?” “No, to the port.” “The port?” “Uh-huh. I need to buy fresh fish.” “What are you going to do with the

it in a number of places already. He’d spent a few months in each city before moving on. In Jaffa he’d masqueraded as an Arab; he couldn’t take risks with Jaffa’s Arabs, known for their virulent hatred. In Ramle and Lod, he presented himself as a “Jewish friend.” It had gone quite well. But here he was walking a very fine line. His mother’s neighbors all knew that he was Mariam Bitton’s son, but his neighbors on the water knew nothing about him. He was just a stranger to them, and no one pried; no one asked for his nationality, and they had almost nothing to do with him. “Only pretend!” Mrs. Bitton wagged her finger. “Don’t think it’s real.” “Of course not.” If they only knew that he had come here as a spy of sorts, the smiling faces that he had met thus far in the city would have been transformed at once. In the meantime, he hadn’t managed to garner a uniform impression of how the wind was blowing here. In Ramle, it was possible to enter into a dialogue with the heads of the chamula, the clan that ruled the city there. They were not avowed Jew-haters. But in Acco, his native city, the situation just wasn’t clear to him. Of course, the Arabs here were less antagonistic than in, say, Jaffa, but he would still not want to reveal himself to them as a Jew, certainly not when he was still trying to get a feel for the temperament of the place. “Goodbye, Mother,” he said. “Buy good fish!” she shouted from the door. “Check the gills well!” He smiled and waved goodbye as he climbed into the carriage. He’d already bought burners, pots and pans, and had ordered furniture. As the proprietor of a small, homey fish restaurant, he’d hear conversations between patrons and could listen to the arguments and the opinions that they aired, and he’d

“I’d like to have Mahmoud sign a document stating that even if I cannot use my lot right now, it still does not become his, or his son’s or his clan’s. It belongs to me.” fish?” She looked at his carriage that was standing outside, at the edge of the Al-Zaytuna square. The horse was pawing at the sand. On the seat behind the driver’s bench was a huge crate filled with water. He looked at her wizened face and felt a lump of pain choking his throat. “I’m opening a fish restaurant,” he said calmly, even though he’d already told this to her three times. “It’ll be a good move for us. This way I’ll be ‘friends’ with the people here. They’ll come to buy food, we’ll talk, and everything will be fine. It’s not good to fight with them; it’s better to pretend to be friends with them.” He did not tell her that he’d been tasked with conveying the impression he got from the locals to his higher-ups. As a fluent Arabic speaker, he had done

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be able to get a feel of what was going on. * * * * *

The port welcomed him with its regular dirty, smelly state. At once, Emmanuel felt like he had been swept two decades back in time. He didn’t think anyone would recognize him here, especially not with his Arab garb, unless one of his mother’s neighbors happened to show up. “Fresh?” he asked a fisherman who was just coming up on the pier. “Sure!” The fisherman seemed offended. “An hour ago they were still swimming in the water!” “I want the whole net,” Emmanuel said as he took out a few bills. “I pay well. And you can come to my place tomorrow and eat on the house, across from Burj al Karim.” “Tomorrow?” The man narrowed his eyes suspiciously. “You getting married or something?” “No.” Emmanuel patted him on the shoulder. “I’m opening a restaurant. So come, and bring your friends, but only you get to eat for free.” “Great!” The fisherman’s hostility suddenly melted away. “I’ll call my boy, and we’ll carry the fish to your carriage.” Twenty minutes later, Emmanuel’s crate was full, and he directed his horse toward home. He’d already cleaned everything and hired an Arab boy to bring water from the nearby public well. Maybe he’d speak to the boy about doing additional work too, like customer service and cleaning. He would see about that based on how many people came. In honor of the restaurant’s opening, he was going to prepare a lot of food, but if only a few people showed up, he certainly wouldn’t need steady help. However, he soon got the impression that the fisherman had lots of friends, because on the very first day, he already had more than thirty customers. To be continued…


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Enjoy this collection as The Monsey View revisits some winning recipes from the past in honor of yom tov. Wishing all of our readers a beautiful Sukkos!

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CLUB STEAK STAC K BY: F. DEUTSCH

This recipe is a yom tov staple in my home. To assemble, place a layer of mashed potatoes over the cuts of steak, and top with roasted mushrooms and caramelized onions.

INGREDIENTS 4 club steaks 4 large Spanish onions Oil Salt Black pepper 3 fresh garlic cloves, crushed ½ cup red wine

DIRECTIONS 1. Slice the onions into rings. Saute in oil on medium-high heat, stirring frequently until caramelized. Set aside.

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We usually enjoy pickled turkey on Simchas Torah when we resume eating pickled foods.

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INGREDIENTS 1 pickled turkey roll 1 onion 4 cloves garlic ½ cup mayonnaise ¼ cup mustard

DIRECTIONS 1. Chop onion and garlic. Mix with mayonnaise and mustard. 2. Spread over roast. 3. Place turkey roll in baking pan and cover tightly with silver foil. 4. Bake at 350° for 2¼ hours.

INGREDIENTS 6–8 strips of flanken, or 8–10 barbecue ribs 1 cup apricot jam ½ cup soy sauce ½ cup ketchup 4 T. oil 2 T. mustard 2 garlic cloves, crushed

DIRECTIONS 1. Place the meat into a lined 9x13” pan.

2. Sprinkle the steaks with salt and pepper. Heat oil in a skillet. Sear for two minutes on each side.

2. Combine all the sauce ingredients and pour over the meat. Allow to marinate overnight.

3. Transfer the steaks to a 9x13” pan. Rub in the crushed garlic, and top with half of the onions, reserving the rest for the topping. Add the wine.

3. Bake at 350°, covered, for 1 hour and 30 minutes.

4. Bake covered at 400° for 1 hour. Note: If you don’t use meat, you can substitute turkey steaks for the club steaks. Sprinkle the steaks with salt and black pepper, dip into flour, sear and then continue with the rest of the instructions.

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YAPC HIK BY: RIVKY FRIEDMAN

Yapchik may sound simple, but it actually took many trials and taste-tests to finally achieve what I think is the best yapchik ever.

INGREDIENTS 1 (2 lb.) first- or second-cut brisket ¾ bottle barbecue sauce 1 tsp. prepared mustard 12 potatoes, peeled 9 eggs 1 cup seltzer, at room temperature ¾ cup oil 2½ tsp. salt

DIRECTIONS To prepare the pulled beef: 1. Preheat the oven to 350°. 2. Place the brisket into a lined 9x13” pan, and score the meat (with a sharp knife, cut a deep X into the top). 3. Mix the barbecue sauce with the mustard, and then pour this mixture over the meat and cover the pan tightly. 4. Bake for 3 hours until the meat is very soft. 5. Remove the meat from the pan, and shred it using two forks. Return the shredded meat to the pan, mix it with the sauce, and set it aside. To prepare the potato kugel: 1. Preheat the oven to 375°. 2. Grate the potatoes. 3. Beat the eggs, and add the seltzer. 4. Pour the grated potatoes into a bowl. Add the egg mixture and mix well. 5. Add the oil and salt, and mix well. 6. Drain the brisket. Add the shredded brisket to the kugel mixture, and mix well. 7. Pour everything into a deep 9x13” pan, and bake for 2½ hours, until the top is goldenbrown.

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DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat the oven to 350°. Line a 9x13” disposable pan with baking paper, making sure the paper comes up all the way on all sides of the pan. 2. Place pasta into the pan. Sprinkle salt and pepper over pasta. Then pour boiling water over it and stir with a fork to break up large clumps. 3. Cover tightly and bake for 30 minutes. 4. Remove from the oven and add sugar and oil to the pan. Add eggs, mixing quickly as you pour to prevent eggs from curdling. Mix very well to distribute salt and spices, which may have settled to the bottom while baking. 5. Bake, uncovered, for about 40 minutes. Remove from the oven and cover well immediately to retain moisture.

DELI ROLL BY: F. ROSENBERG

This deli roll takes minutes to prepare and is a great addition to a seudah — or to serve anytime. I serve it each Friday afternoon for to’ameha, and my family never gets bored of this delicious treat!

INGREDIENTS 1 (10x15”) Mechel’s puffed pastry dough (comes in a 2-pack) 1 (6 oz.) pkg. pastrami 1 (6 oz.) pkg. smoked turkey Honey Deli mustard 1 egg Sesame seeds

DIRECTIONS 1. Remove one dough from the freezer, and defrost overnight in the fridge or on the counter for a half-hour. 2. Preheat oven to 350°. If you’re using the above dough, there’s no need to even roll it out. Unfold the dough onto a pan lined with a large piece of parchment paper (this will prevent the need to transfer it, ensuring the roll stays in shape). 3. Squirt honey over it. Then top with a layer of deli mustard. 4. Add two layers of cold cuts, one package at a time. Feel free to use any cold cuts you like. Add another layer of honey over the cold cuts. 5. Roll it up tightly, jellyroll-style. Lightly beat an egg and smear egg wash over loaf. Top with sesame seeds. 6. Bake for 40 to 50 minutes.

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MARINATED PEARS

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Classy and lighter than most desserts, these pears are a perfect ending to a meal.

You can elevate this delicious compote to a festive dessert by serving it warm in a dessert glass and topping it with a scoop of vanillacaramel ice cream.

BY: MALKY TAUBER

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20 cooking apples, peeled and chunked ½ cup sugar 6 fruit-flavored tea bags

12 pears 1 cup sugar ½ cup honey 1 T. vanilla sugar 1 lemon, squeezed 20 oz. cranberries 3 apple-cranberry tea bags

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1. Place apples and sugar in a large pot. Tie a knot with the strings of the 6 tea bags, and tear off any paper attached to them. Add to the pot. Fill the pot halfway with water; do not cover all of the apples.

1. In a saucepan, line peeled pears upright, tightly packed. Add enough water to cover.

INGREDIENTS

2. Cook on a medium flame for about 1 hour, using a potato masher to mash the apples every few minutes. Remove the tea bags when applesauce is done. Can be served warm or cold.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients except for the tea bags. Boil. Reduce heat and let cook for 45 minutes. 3. Shut the flame and add the tea bags for 5 minutes. Remove, cool and refrigerate. 4. Serve with sauce and cranberries. Freezes well.

NO-COOK POMEGRANATE MEDLEY BY: MIRIAM PASKES

If you’re on the lookout for a sorbetlike dessert or intermezzo that can be put together in just minutes, try this!

INGREDIENTS 4 packages frozen strawberries, defrosted 4 cans crushed pineapples 2 pkgs. raspberry jello Shot of strawberry Daiquiri (optional) Arils of two pomegranates

DIRECTIONS 1. Blend defrosted strawberries and pineapple. 2. Dissolve jello in a cup of water at room temperature, and then mix into the blended fruit. 3. Add a shot of Daiquiri. 4. Deseed pomegranates, and stir arils into the mixture, or spoon on top for a more elegant look. Serve chilled.

Note: The liquid makes for a delicious drink, served warm or chilled.

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‫אברהם רחימא‬ Avraham When Rav Chaim Ozer Grodzenski, zt”l, was elderly, he received an important guest on Sukkos. “I am patur from the mitzvah of sukkah as I am unwell,” he told his guest, “but you should go inside the sukkah.” The guest followed instructions. To his surprise, he watched Reb Chaim Ozer, in his weakened state, trudge over to the sukkah. The gadol hador explained, “I may be exempt from sitting in the sukkah, but who says a sick person is exempt from the mitzvah of hachnasas orchim? Our forefather, Avraham, ran to serve his guests even when he was recuperating from his bris!”

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‫יצחק עקידתא‬ Yitzchak Throughout the generations, Klal Yisroel inherited the power to perform mitzvos with mesiras nefesh from Yitzchak Avinu. * Reb Mordechai of Lechovitz, zt”l, had a collection of planks that he lent out to the needy so they could build their sukkahs. One rainy Erev Sukkos, the local shoemaker came for boards. Sadly, Reb Mordechai had to turn him away as he had already distributed every last piece of wood. He watched as the frail shoemaker knocked from door to door, trudging through the mud, hoping to find sukkah boards. Reb Mordechai burst into tears. “Ribbono Shel Olam,” he cried, “look how Your children go through rain and pain with mesiras nefesh for Your mitzvos!” Reb Mordechai then went to his attic and searched around until he found some old boards, and he immediately sent his shammas to help the poor shoemaker build his sukkah.

...‫ויאמר אברהם אל נעריו שבו לכם פה‬ ‫ואני והנער נלכה עד כה‬ )‫ה‬:‫(בראשית כב‬

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‫יעקב שלימתא‬ Yaakov One year, in the days leading up to Sukkos, some neighborhood children ran over to two tall eucalyptus trees and began to cut off branches. They were excited to have found free s’chach! While the children didn’t have permission to do so, they helped themselves to the greenery even though the trees stood in a private garden. Noticing this, Reb Eliyahu Dushnitzer, zt”l, approached the owner of the property. “I want to pay for all the branches those children cut off,” he said. He was then makneh the s’chach to anyone who wanted to use it. In this way, he made sure that no one would benefit from inappropriately acquired s’chach, lest they transgress sitting in a stolen sukkah. This became a yearly practice. Every year, the children would cut off some branches, and every year Reb Eliyahu would pay for them, continuing the chain of integrity begun many years back by our ancestor Yaakov Avinu.

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‫אהרן כהנא קדישא‬ Aharon With no other means in sight, Reb Yechiel Mechel of Zlotchov resorted to selling a precious pair of inherited tefillin so he could purchase arba’ah minim. His wife marveled over the beautiful, expensive esrog. But when she discovered that the precious tefillin had been sold for it, she dropped the esrog. Unfortunately, the pitom broke off, invalidating the esrog. “I no longer have the tefillin, and I no longer have the esrog,” Reb Yechiel Mechel said. “Should I give up the peace in my home as well?” Without another word, the Rebbe went to shul, following the ways of Aharon Hakohen, the icon of distancing strife from among Yiddishe children.

‫ אוהב שלום ורודף שלום‬,‫הוי מתלמידיו של אהרן‬ )‫יב‬:‫(אבות א‬

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‫יוסף צדיקא‬ Yosef The determination to remain ehrlich and continue following the ways of our ancestors even in dire circumstances stems from Yosef Hatzaddik, forever labeled “tzaddik” for the righteous way he upheld his kedushah even in the depraved land of Mitzrayim, far from his family. * When Reb Tzvi Hersh Meizlish, zt”l, the Veitzener Rav, was in Auschwitz, he managed to acquire some pieces of wood from fellow inmates whose job entailed nailing together chairs and benches, and a mini sukkah was built. Then came the challenge of entering the sukkah without being detected by the Nazi guards… The inmates were desperate to perform this mitzvah as they always had back home, regardless of whether it was required of them. They took turns sitting inside and hurriedly eating a kezayis of bread with a “Leisheiv basukkah.” Just when Reb Tzvi Hersh’s son was taking his turn, the guards discovered the hut, and they pulled him out and beat him mercilessly. Miraculously, he survived the ordeal.

‫באותה שעה באתה דיוקנו‬ ‫של אביו ונראתה לו בחלון‬ )‫(סוטה לו‬

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he Ananei Hakavod stood waiting for the Yidden even before Yetzias Mitzrayim, prepared to whisk them away deep into the desert and toward their future as torchbearers of truth. These clouds had been prepared while Bnei Yisroel were still in Mitzrayim as a sign of Hakadosh Baruch Hu's unparalleled love for His children. Through them He would provide protection, care and comfort.


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lal Yisroel’s first miraculous encounter with the Ananei Hakavod took place when they were still hostages in Mitzrayim. They’d prepared themselves to offer the korban Pesach, and it was at this time — in the final minutes of enslavement — that Hashem chose to infuse them with holiness and chizuk for their journey ahead. Though scattered across the district of Goshen, Hashem enveloped each of them in His Ananei Hakavod and transported them to Har Hamoriah, where the Beis Hamikdash would one day stand, to bring their korbanos. The clouds then whisked the Yidden back to Mitzrayim as if on the wings of eagles, returning them to Egypt to experience the wonders of Yetzias Mitzrayim.

It wasn’t too much later that Bnei Yisroel once again felt themselves nestled securely within Hashem’s loving embrace, for as they were marching out of Egypt, the Mitzriyim gave chase, taking up weapons of war against them. The amud ha’anan — a pillar-shaped cloud that reached to the heavens — swooped in, moving behind the Yidden and creating a barrier between them and their enemies. The anan then absorbed all of the catapulted rocks and arrows that came their way. Though the amud ha’anan usually led the way by day and vanished at night when the amud ha’aish (the pillar of fire) took over, the cloud didn’t disappear that night, but in-

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ies, for the Clouds of Glory covered the sun, the stars, the moon and the sky. Instead of relying on the movement of the sun to determine the time of day, the Yidden looked to the Ananei Hakavod, for they were luminescent. At netz the clouds would glow white, at shkiah they’d shine red. And though man is prone to error, Hashem never is, and for this reason, there was no need for tosefes Shabbos in the Midbar; the exact onset of Shabbos was clear to all. For the second it became halachically night, the amud ha’anan would leave, and the amud ha’aish would appear. The light from the Ananei Hakavod was so powerful that it enabled the Yidden to see beyond the limits of normal human sight, allowing them to see the contents of a barrel without opening it. This tremendous light also allowed the Kohen Hagadol to see inside the the para adumah and check it for treifos without removing the organs, which would challenge its status as a “temimah.” Light promotes shalom, as we know from the neiros Shabbos, and Aharon was the ultimate “ohev shalom v’rodef shalom.” For this reason, the Ananei Hakavod were given in his merit, and when he was niftar, the Clouds of Glory departed, though they were later reinstated in the merit of Moshe Rabbeinu. Whenever it was time for the Yidden to resume their

There, in the middle of the Midbar, the Yidden lived their lives in a temperature-controlled environment, free from the travails of the desert. stead relocated to the rear. Thus, the night was illuminated for the Yidden who had the amud ha’aish in front of them, but for the Mitzriyim, it remained bitterly dark. The Ananei Hakavod surrounded the Yidden from all sides, sealing them in as if they were aboard a ship; nothing could approach them. Even Yisro had no way to penetrate the camp when he sought out Moshe Rabbeinu. In order to communicate with him, Yisro penned a letter and shot it by arrow into the Ananei Hakavod. Despite the clouds’ nature to absorb weapons of war, this one arrow was allowed through, enabling Yisro’s message to reach the camp. There, in the middle of the Midbar, the Yidden lived their lives in a temperature-controlled environment, free from the travails of the desert. They felt neither wind nor rain nor chill nor heat. However, the fortress of clouds also prevented the beneficial northern wind from blowing, leaving the Yidden unable to perform the mitzvah of milah during the 40 years in the desert. It was only when they entered Eretz Yisroel that Yehoshua performed the brissim on all of Klal Yisroel. For 40 years, the Yidden couldn’t view the celestial bod-

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travels, the anan that covered the Mishkan would rise up and form itself into a pillar, positioning itself over the banner of Yehudah and pointing out the direction the Yidden would travel. Upon seeing this, Kohanim would blow silver trumpets, signaling the camp to make preparations for the trip. When all tribes were ready, Moshe would call out, “Kumah Hashem v’yafutzu ovecha v’yanusu m’sanecha m’panecha! — Arise, Hashem, may Your enemies be scattered and may those who hate You flee from You!” One cloud traveled three days ahead of the Yidden, removing all obstacles from their path. It killed snakes and scorpions and paved their way, allowing them to travel over the smoothest of terrain. Mountains were razed and potholes filled, ensuring the journey would be a gentle one. There in the clouds, Hashem carried them, tending to their smallest of needs. They made the bracha “Hamotzi lechem min hashamayim” over the mann that fell at their doorsteps, and they drank water from Miriam's well. Their feet never swelled, and the clouds laundered their clothing. Free from the burden of parnassah, the Yidden filled their days with Torah. As they traveled, the tribe of Dan brought up the rear, following the Ananei Hakavod. Shevet Dan didn’t merit to be inside the clouds because the protection of the Ananei Hakavod was only

The first time the Yidden saw the sky after 40 years in the desert was after Aharon Hakohen was niftar on Rosh Chodesh Av. Sometime that month, the Yidden realized that the clouds had left. This is the story: The Yidden in the midbar were required to dig graves for themselves and sleep in them on Tisha B’Av each year. And every year on that tragic night, 15,000 people would not awaken. In the 40th year, however, the entire generation that was banned from entering Eretz Yisroel had already passed on, and the Yidden ceased to die on that night. When the entire community emerged whole from their graves the next morning, they imagined they’d miscalculated the date. On subsequent nights, the Yidden continued to sleep in their graves to ensure that they’d fulfilled their obligation. This repeated itself until Tu B’Av, when they looked up and recognized the fullness of the moon; Tisha B’Av had clearly passed. However, despite their simcha of an intact community, they were all in mourning over the loss of Aharon Hakohen, and with him, the Clouds of Glory.

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provided for Yidden who were single-mindedly devoted to Hakadosh Baruch Hu, while the tribe of Dan harbored one with idolatrous tendencies: Micha. Shevet Dan was tasked with the mitzvah of hashavas aveidah, and they collected any lost objects they found along the way. At one point of the journey, the Amalekim grossly attacked the outlying shevet, and it is our Dani brethren whom we recall when we think of the Amalekim who viciously waged war on the “the stragglers at your rear.” In defense of the tribe of Dan, Moshe Rabbeinu instructed Aharon to take men of war and leave the clouds to fight on their behalf. Despite Dan’s previous transgression, we need not worry ourselves over the ultimate fate of the tribe, for Shevet Dan possesses within themselves the strength of Shimshon — a supernatural strength to overcome obstacles. The story of Dan is the story of the baal teshuvah, the story of rising above the temptations of this world after succumbing to them. Dan — originally the spiritually lowest of the tribes — will be elevated to a place of prominence in the future, for it will be a man of Yehudah and a woman of Dan who will be zoche to be the parents of a child for whom we all wait: Melech HaMoshiach himself. Then — may it be soon! — we will see with our eyes the return of the Ananei Hakavod, which represent Hashem’s presence, and we will merit to bask their glow, as we say in davening, “Ohr chadash al Tzion ta’ir, v’nizkeh kulanu meheirah l’orah — May You shine a new light on Zion and may we all merit speedily from its radiance.”

In Commemoration of the Ananei Hakavod Every year when we enter the sukkah, we commemorate the Ananei Hakavod, declaring that just as Hashem provided for us with great love in the desert, so too, we believe, will He continue to always provide for us. For it isn’t the strength of our walls or the roof over our head that gives security; it is our true Security — Hashem — who lends walls their strength and ensures a roof over our head! Because the Ananei Hakavod and the sukkah represent complete faith in Hashem, as well as the purity of servitude, the Gemara says that the nations of the world will be given one chance to fulfill this mitzvah in the tekufah shel Moshiach. This will occur when those who never accepted upon themselves the commandments of the Torah and also didn’t fulfill the sheva mitzvos bnei Noach will beg for a chance to prove their sincerity. Hashem will allow them to build sukkahs, but will send an unbearably hot sun to beat down upon them, causing those who had never truly rejected idol worship and embraced Hashem to angrily leave the sukkah, kicking it as they go. In that moment, their true feelings will be expressed, and Hashem will point to the Yidden who fulfill the mitzvos with joy, using them as an example of those who truly love Him and His Torah.

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choleI YISRoel? Bzchus Refuah Shleima a little girl just diagnosed with Leukemia l''a

!Interview with Mrs Posen - A miracle Hello, Esther. Can you tell us in short what happened to your son? About seventeen years ago, my son was sick with the machala. Baruch Hashem, today we can thank Hashem from the depths of our hearts that he is healthy. Recently, he became a chosson, and will soon be getting married B"H.

Besides for inspiring others, did you personally take upon yourself any upgrade in tznius? At the time when my son was sick I was wearing a sheitel, and as a zchus for him to get better I cut my sheitel shorter. A little while later, when the whole story of Avodah Zarah in the sheitels came up I switched to a tichel.

Wow! Mazel Tov! Baruch Hashem, you were zoche to a great yeshuah. Do you want to share any ideas you did as a zchus for your son’s refuah? Yes, when I heard the devastating diagnosis, I didn’t think, “Why me?” or “I am not a good person and that is why this is happening to me… chas v’shalom.” I just wanted to give a nachas ruach to Hashem, and in this way increase my son’s zchusim. Yet, I was unsure of what Hashem wanted me to work on. As I was sitting in the oncology ward, I told Hakodosh Baruch Hu, “I am not moving from this place until I come up with an idea of what I should do as a zchus for my son.” As I was waiting for my turn, I watched the children walking around the ward, and I noticed their bald heads. Then it hit me.

Can you share with us a miracle story? Sure. I love to share this most unbelievable experience: Since my son’s recovery I have been visiting patients. About 15 years ago, there arose a sheila that the human hair from the sheitels were coming from avodah zara sacrifices. It was then that HaGaon HaRav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt”l ruled that women should refrain from wearing their wigs, and many women stopped wearing their sheitels for a few weeks.

I thought to myself, “It’s Hair for Hair.” (The children lose their hair, as a result of treatment l”a.) I felt Hashem wanted me to inspire women about their mitzvah of headcovering. I firmly believed that in this zchus my son would have a refuah shleima. Baruch Hashem, Hashem helped us beyond what we imagined. Our challenge changed from a nisayon to a neis. Unbelievable! Could you share with us how you went about inspiring others about this mitzvah? I went from place to place to speak to women. I told them that Hashem is our loving Father and He doesn’t want us to suffer. So how can we awaken his rachmanus? Through strengthening ourselves in tznius, and specifically kisui rosh. I tried to give over to the women how this mitzvah is a gift for us and how many zchusim we bring about when we ensure that our clothes and headcovering are in accordance with tznius. Yes, it is up to us to get rid of this machala.

During those weeks I was making my routine rounds in the Tel Hashomer hospital to visit the patients and give them chizuk. I went from room to room in the oncology ward, and to my utter disbelief, I did not find even one frum patient. Are you serious? The oncology ward was empty? There were Arabs and non-frum people there. But no frum people were in the ward. Not even one. This went on for four whole weeks, the exact time when people were not wearing their sheitels because of the sheila of avoda zara! Could you believe that the wards in the Tel Hashomer Hospital were all empty of frum patients? I’ll tell you even more. Within those weeks I was speaking with a friend whose daughter was sick in Ein Kerem hospital. I shared with her how shocked I was that there were no chareidim in the oncology ward in the Tel Hashomer Hospital. And guess what she responded? “I don’t believe this! The same thing is going on here in Ein Kerem Hospital. There are no frum patients in the ward who are suffering from the machala.”


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‫מנע מגיפה מנחלתיך‬ This is unbelievable! What do you have to say about this open miracle? I think Hakadosh Baruch Hu was speaking to us and telling us “you created a nachas ruach for me and I am shining My face upon you.” Hashem yearns to help and cure us, much more than we want a yeshuah for ourselves. We opened up a way for Him to shower us with goodness in the past. And yes, we can awaken this again by continuing in this path. How wonderful it would be if we could continue to arouse Hashem’s rachamim.

Our good deeds are not for Hakadosh Baruch Hu, they are for us! Hashem gave us the beloved mitzvos in order to shower us with endless rewards. Isn’t it worth it to grow in these mitzvos and in this way awaken the rachamim from Hashem? We are so fortunate to own this golden key! I would like to bless all the readers from the depths of my heart. May you have a beautiful life and be able to serve Hashem through happiness, health, and all goodness. May you continuously enhance your relationship with Hashem by constantly asking yourself: “How can I serve my Father better?” Just a last piece of advice, if I may. Don’t wait for a great challenge to come close to Hashem. Contemplate all the goodness in your life and upgrade your relationship with Hashem out of deep gratitude.

This story is truly incredible and it leaves us with a lot of food for thought…I hope you don’t mind my asking… You keep on mentioning the connection between the machala and kisui rosh. It all makes sense, but do you have any source for this, or the backing of Rabbanim? So you’re saying that we should serve Hashem I am so glad you asked this question. Yes, The with simcha and we should not need to upgrade Skulener Rebber zt'l has mentioned that upgrading in order to gain zchusim. You mean, we should in the area of kisui rosh will advance in avodas Hashem cure the machala. He would happily, as an expression often say that the word Many Rabbanim and dayanim have of thankfulness? cancer reveals the cause of publicly spoken about the major Right, exactly! the machala: ‫ – כעין שער‬since problem of Avoda Zara in today's Human One more point I would the sheitels look like hair, shaitelach, Sar Hatorah Rav Chaim Kanievsky, Posek like to mention, is that they bring about this terrible Hador Rav Moshe Shternbuch, Rav Chaim Yankel Tauber Harav Wosner Shlita has sickness r”l. In addition the of Bobov Rav Getzel Berkowitz of Satmar , Rav Moshe said "people are constantly Rashi in the Navi Yeshayahu, Kessler dayan from Viznitz, Rav Aron Grunwald of Pupa, working in different areas in “‫מקום שהיו עושות בו מעשה האמור‬ Rav Chaim Leib Katz, Serdehaly Ruv, Rav Chaim Eluzer Friedman Tenker Ruv, Stitchener Rebbe, Rav Shia Rubin Yiddishkeit such as Shabbos, ‫ והוא בגוו‬,‫למעלה הלוך וטפוף תלכנה‬ Bobov 45 Rav Chaim Faivel Schneebalg from Monsey, Rav Shemiras Halashon, and ,‫ שם תהי' מעשה מקרחת‬,‫בה הראש‬ Usher Anshel Katz Viener Ruv, Rav Chaim Shia Halberstam so forth to bring Mashiach ‫—מכה המקרחת את הראש‬In the Rav Yochanan Wosner dayan from skver, Eisenshtater Ruv, closer. But it will be in the place that they sinned-they Rav Chaim Shia Halberstam, Kossoner Rebbe, Burshtiner Zechus of the Mitzvah of tied wigs to their hair to Rebbe, Harav Yaakov Yosef Halberstam and many more Kisuy Rosh that Mashiach make themselves look taller Hundreds of women have already gotten will come!" and more attractive, there rid of the wigs that are a real problem they will be punished with Wow! That was so of Avoda Zara and changed their head an affliction that will make beautiful. It leaves us with covering. them lose their hair.” a lot of food for thought. Rav Menachem Mendel It's up to us to make it happen! We Thank you so much Mrs. M'Riminov has said "for want to be able to greet Moshiach and Posen for your insightful every new fashion their is a our Imahos with tzniusdike clothing and words! May you only see new machala". head covering. Lets upgrade now! Klal continued nachas and Yisrael suffered enough! Can you leave us with a bracha in your life! parting message?

The yeshuah is in our hands.

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imchas Torah is a yom tov that’s so incredibly freilich. Of course, on the deepest level, the simcha of Simchas Torah is the joy of the heilige Torah, but our chachamim tell us there are certain physical things that can help us feel this spiritual simcha. For men, it’s basar v’yayin — meat and wine; for women, it’s new yom tov clothing and jewelry; and for the kinderlach, it’s sweets and treats.


There, no one is the candy man, and everyone is the candy man.

That’s why the shul candy men, who keep the kids supplied with their special form of simchas yom tov, play an especially chashuve role on Simchas Torah. Just as no two shuls look exactly alike nor have their congregants daven exactly the same way, neither is the Simchas Torah candy distribution the same in every shul. One unique candy distributing custom takes place at the KAJ (K'hal Adath Jeshurun) shul, or Breuer's shul, in Washington Heights. There, no one is the candy man, and everyone is the candy man, as prominent kehillah member Reb Avram Gutmann explains. “At the same time that those holding the sifrei Torah dance around the shul’s inner aisles, the congregation’s kids simultaneously go dancing around the outer aisles, holding open big bags to receive candy from the baalei batim, who nearly all bring treats to give out especially for the occasion. Upstairs, in the ezras nashim, the ladies make sure to likewise do so for the girls. “There is also an ‘official’ candy distribution after davening in the morning,” Reb Avram adds, “when the kids enthusiastically line up to receive festive candy pekelach from the shul’s gabba’im.” A lifetime resident of Washington Heights and proud scion of three generations of members of the shul, Reb Gutmann remembers his own childhood, when after both the evening and morning hakafos, he and his siblings would come home

with “huge bags of candy” that they would gleefully compare and share. “The children do quite nicely,” he assures me. Although the candy collection takes place within the shul, the actual eating of the confectionary treasures does not, as the shul is very makpid about kavod beis knesses, and all children old enough to understand are politely encouraged not to eat within the shul itself. Besides the candies, other unique, kid-pleasing minhagim of this shul’s celebration include a special choir, which sings specially prepared medleys of tunes used for all of the yomim tovim and other special occasions throughout the year, and in stark contrast to the shul’s normally decorous demeanor, a special dance during the daytime hakafos takes place, when the chazan and two gabba’im, holding sifrei Torah, dance joyously on top of the bimah. On the other side of the Atlantic, in Eretz Hakodesh, Rabbi Eli Linas of Kehilas Ohel Yehuda Yoseph in Beitar Illit dedicates himself to what has been described as “the most kidfriendly shul in the city.” He goes out of his way to prepare in advance, traveling far and wide to stock up on super-sized bags of exotic (i.e., American) candies. He then creates a tempting mix of sweet, salty and chewy treats, which he liberally distributes at random points during the hakafos, keeping everyone interested and guessing, “What’s next?” The celebration is also a middos-builder for the kehillah’s kids, as the “price” of each treat is a clearly expressed “thank

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He and his siblings would come home with huge bags of candy that they would gleefully compare and share. “The children do quite nicely!”

you,” and throwing all wrappers into the trash is a given. Rabbi Linas also makes it a priority to draw the kids more deeply into appreciating and participating in the meaning of the celebration, as they are given solo parts to sing in the traditional, between-hakafah melodies, and of course, get a sweet treat in return. They also receive candies after getting their aliyah to the Torah, and every kid who is able to make (or can be coached to make) the bracha is warmly encouraged to do so. “Each Simchas Torah is nicer than the one before,” reflects Rabbi Linas with a smile, as the growing kehillah has established itself as a place to be on this joyous yom tov. Dr. Stanley Katz, retired physician and beloved candy man of Baltimore’s Ahavas Yisroel Tzemach Tzedek shul, has held his position officially for about fifteen years. His motive in taking it on was to “just do whatever I could for the shul,” and to help give the kehillah’s children a sense of achdus and fond memories. On Simchas Torah, Dr. Katz disburses big bags of lollipops and other sweets that he prepares in advance for the approximately 400-member shul. To make sure the parents will be just as happy as the kinderlach, he makes sure to get the parent’s nod of approval before giving candy to a child. Year-round, he makes sure that the children leave with a sweet taste after Shabbos davening by giving out candy to the children who join the rav at the front of the shul to enthusiastically answer amein and Yehei Shmei Rabbah to the final Kaddish. He’s also always on the lookout for any child that seems shy or a little down and makes it his business to slip him a lollipop and “even more importantly,“ he says, “a smile.” London’s Avreichim shul in Golders Green is fortunate indeed to have Rabbi Nessanel Lieberman as their dedicated candy man. Rabbi Lieberman, who is also headteacher (or principal) of a London school, has been “the unelected candy man” since the shul was established some fifteen years ago. The shul’s “larger than usual crowd” on Simchas Torah includes ap-

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proximately 125 children under bar or bas mitzvah age, and about 100 adults. Rabbi Lieberman is quick to share the credit of making the hakafos full of simcha for the kinderlach. “I am not the only one who distributes sweets. In fact, most members bring some nosh, such as sweets or lollipops, to distribute on Simchas Torah. I personally try to give out something a little larger in between every hakafah. This might be a chocolate bar, a small packet of jellies, chocolate lentils and so on.” Despite the leibidigkeit, British manners are retained. “I don't believe in throwing sweets,” Rabbi Lieberman asserts, “as the most agile children end up with the most, and the more refined ones don't get anything.” Besides hakafos, Rabbi Lieberman also gives out candy at other points of the davening. “I try to get the honor of being chasan kol hane’arim as often as possible. Then I involve my family in preparing the pekelech, which are distributed after the aliyah of the chasan kol hane’arim.” For him, being a kid-pleasing candy man is a year-round job. “During the year I also distribute sweets to the children at shul, plus a larger treat to encourage the children to answer amein and Yehei Shmei Rabbah loudly. Girls get sweets only on Simchas Torah, usually via my wife or daughters.” Rabbi Lieberman sums up what, despite the differences in minhag and approach of the various shul’s candy men, is the underlying goal of them all: “My aim is to make children happy, and to encourage them to come to shul and daven well. I believe that Yiddishkeit should always be a positive experience for children.” And it’s precisely these sweet childhood memories that carry us through the course of our lives, and it’s these and other shul candy men and their sweet matanos who help build those memories. Nesanel Yoel Safran is a writer, chef and student of Torah and life. You can read about all of this and more on his blog Soul Foodie (soulfoodiecom.wordpress.com) and contact him at soulfoodie613@ gmail.com.


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This past spring, the world grew one light dimmer. Efraim Fishel (Fishy) Neiman was the kind of person who was regarded by all those who knew him with the rare combination of warm adoration and keen respect. With his larger-than-life spirit and wholehearted goodness that blew people away even in his lifetime, Fishy would light the world around him with his endless love for the Torah and his fellow Yid. His heart was large enough to hold all of the community and then some, and there was no doubt that it did. That’s why it was so unfathomable to friends and family when his time on this world came to an end. A light was extinguished, and nothing would ever be the same. And that’s also why the incident that took place on Rosh Chodesh Tammuz came as almost no surprise. On the contrary — to those who knew Fishy well, this was hardly unexpected. On Rosh Chodesh, a very close friend of Fishy’s — we’ll call him Reb Yankel — had a dream. In his dream, Yankel met Fishy on the street. Fishy was in high spirits and held out a bunch of hoshanos arranged in a pretty case for Yankel to see. “Nu, Fishy,” Yankel said in his dream. “Are your hoshanos good and battered?” Fishy lifted his hoshanos and showed Yankel that they were nearly shredded from being slapped on the ground with such vigor. “Yuh, ich hub git oisgepoilt yeshous!” he proclaimed. Yes, I am certain that I invoked yeshuos. With that, Yankel awoke from his dream. He instantly knew that this was no random collection of images that his subconscious brain was throwing at him. No, Yankel knew with certainty that Fishy had visited him in his dream and that his friend was trying to tell him something. With the clear knowledge that there was something greater than he could see going on, Yankel soon picked up the phone to dial his

son, who was a friend of Fishy’s son. “Moishy,” Yankel said. “I had a dream about Fishy.” “I knew he’d come to you in a dream!” Moishy said. “I just knew it!” Yankel repeated what he saw in his dream as well as the conversation that took place between himself and Fishy. As soon as they ended the call, Moishy dialed his friend. Fishy’s son picked up the phone. “I’m in the car, Moishy,” he said, “but you can talk.” Moishy began telling his friend that his father had come to his own father in a dream. After some murmuring at the other end of the line, Fishy’s son told Moishy that his mother was in the car with him and wanted to listen in. “Sure,” Moishy said.

His heart was large enough to hold all of the community and then some, and there was no doubt that it did. His friend placed him on speakerphone, and Moishy told them about the dream his father had. First there was silence, and then Mrs. Neiman spoke up. “I have no words,” she said. “Just last night, Erev Rosh Chodesh, I was at the beis hachaim, davening. Then I asked Fishy for a sign — any sign — that he was poiling yeshuos for us.” Silence filled the line again as the three of them, thunderstruck, pondered the significance of what had just occurred. She asked, and he answered. Just like that. Moishy ended the call and immediately dialed his father. He repeated Mrs. Neiman’s side of the story, and father and son marveled at the chain of events. But really, was all this a surprise? Of course Fishy would continue to light the way for his family! With his stacks of zechusim and mountains of good deeds, of course he would.

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(1)

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leaving leaving leaving WmsBurg Boro PArk mAnhAttAn 18th Ave. & 49th st. Bedford cor. hewes 5th Ave & 47th st ‫פון בארא פארק‬ ‫פון מאנהעטן פון וויליאמסבורג‬

s u n d A y s

leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

10:40 am BH

7:40 am BH 8:55 am BH

leaving neW sQuAre Washington Ave. ‫פון סקווירא‬

safeTy Tips

route 8 drops off at Maple & route 45, Maple Ave cor Twin, Maple Ave cor decatur Ave, makes a left on Monsey Blvd, continues to Melnick dr and robert Pitt, then a right on route 59, stops at Augusta and route 59, makes a right on remsen Ave, then right on grove st, to the Fire house, 27 grove st, left on Main st, then continues to route 306 to viola rd and then continues to new square.

route 7 ChAsunA Bus runs only on dates indicated in front. (oTher dATes rUns on roUTe 2) left on rt. 45, right on old nyack Tpk., drops off at the cor of Madison Ave. right on Kennedy dr., left on rt. 59. Continued by route 2.

WAll street starts at Trinity Pl. and exchange Alley, down Church st. to 6th Ave., left on 23rd st.

nyC-midtoWn droP off & PiCkuP drops off along 5th Ave. from 46th to 23rd. street. Picks up 5th and 47th, 42nd and 5th, 42nd between 7th and 8th, 42nd between 8th and 9th.

droP off in Boro PArk Along 50th st. from Ft. hamilton to 18th Ave.

from Boro PArk Pick up is on 18th Ave. between 49th and 50th st. then along 49th st. until 11th Ave. and then Ft. hamilton Pkwy and 45th st.

droP off in WilliAmsBurg on Bedford Ave. corner hewes st., and Bedford Ave corner Taylor st.

leAVing WilliAmsBurg Buses will pick up on Bedford. Ave. between hewes and hooper, Bedford between Wilson and Taylor st.

m - goes to Midtown, drops off along 5th Ave. from 46th to 23rd st. P - Also goes to new Park & ride Q - Bedford and Wallabout 10 min. prior to scheduled time. r - Picks up and drops off at B&h Photo. X - express to/from Boro Park. W - goes to Wall street.

keys

never cross in front of bus. Always tell driver, before exiting bus, if you have luggage. Flag stops (pick up and drop off) at safe locations only. if you are running late, don’t block the bus; go to the next designated pickup stop.

B - goes to Boro Park. f - Forshay route, West Maple, left on Carlton rd., right on College to Forshay road, right on grandview. g - nyC stop at 34th st. between 9th Ave and 10th Ave. only. h - goes to Williamsburg.

1. 2. 3. 4.

droP off in monsey from Brooklyn rt. 59 All Fresh to Monsey Blvd., left on Maple Ave; right on rt. 306, down to viola rd.

droP off in monsey from nyC rt. 59 All Fresh to Monsey Blvd. to Maple Ave; and will take a left on Maple Ave; right on rt. 306, down to viola rd. and will not go down to ralph, Jill, yale and Kearsing Pkwy. if the schedule is marked with an (F), the bus will continue from Maple Ave; onto W. Maple, left onto Carlton rd; right on College rd; to Foshay rd. and right on grandview Ave.

route 4 ChAsunA Bus runs only on dates indicated in front. (oTher dATes rUns on roUTe 1) Pick-up for Ateres Charna 20 min. before scheduled time at new square entrance; 10 minutes prior to scheduled time at Calvert dr. and rt. 306 (vishnitz hall) on schedule at Maple corner Phyllis, to Monsey Blvd., All Fresh to Atrium Plaza. right on Kennedy dr., left on old nyack Tpk., picks up at the corner of Madison Ave. (does noT turn onto Madison.) left on rt. 45, right on rt. 59.

route 3 on sChedUle by Maple corner Phyllis Terr. To Monsey Blvd. by bus shelters only, to robert Pitt dr., by All Fresh, cor. West st., by the old flea Market.

route 1 starts by Union rd. and viola rd. 10 min. prior to schedule time, up viola, left on rt. 306 to Maple Ave. left on Maple Ave. Picks up on sChedUle by bus shelter at Maple Ave. corner Phyllis Terr., to Monsey Blvd. by bus shelters only, to robert Pitt dr., by All Fresh, cor West st., by the old flea Market.

bus rouTes

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PLEASE HAVE EXACT FARE, DRIVERS DO NOT CARRY CHANGE.

All commuter books are: Good for 2 Calendar Months • 1 Passenger use only We will no longer give credit for expired tickets • Ticket books are not redeemable

40 Trip to B.P. & Williamsburg ................................................$350

if using for Boro Park & Williamsburg add $1 per trip

10 Trip to B.P. & Williamsburg ................................................$120 40 Trip to Manhattan ................................................................$320

if using for Boro Park & Williamsburg add $1 per trip

PleAse give driver yoUr Phone nUMBer

Commuter Book: 10 Trip to Manhattan ................................................................$110

PACkAges: Any package.................................................................................. $10

Manhattan & Williamsburg .........................................................$7 Boro Park ...........................................................................................$8 Under 2 years .............................................................................. Free

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Children Ages 2-9:

Adults: Manhattan ..................................................................................... $14 Boro Park & Williamsburg ..........................................................$15

Fares

Sept. 6, 2021 - Oct. 7, 2021

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‫מיר וואונטשען אלע אונזערע קאסטומערס און גאנץ כלל ישראל‬


9:40 pm BHQ 11:40 pm BH

leaving neW sQuAre Washington Ave. ‫פון סקווירא‬

HQ

B

H

B

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after Maple Avenue

10:15 am 11:45 am * 1:30 pm Q

* Will not make any drop-offs

9:30 am 11:15 am * 1:15 pm

(3) 9:15 pm BH (3) 10:00 pm BHQ (3) 12:00 pm BH

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1:45 pm P

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leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

e

1:30 pm P

10:15 pm (8) 12:15 am

10:15 pm Q (8) 12:15 am F

leaving leaving leaving WmsBurg Boro PArk mAnhAttAn Bedford cor. 18th Ave. & 5th Ave. & hewes 49th st. 47th st. ‫פון מאנהעטן פון וויליאמסבורג פון בארא פארק‬

Thursday, sepT. 16

after Maple Avenue

10:15 am 11:15 pm * 1:15 pm

* Will not make any drop-offs

9:30 am 11:00 am * 1:00 pm

leaving leaving leaving WmsBurg Boro PArk mAnhAttAn Bedford cor. 18th Ave. & 5th Ave. & hewes 49th st. 47th st. ‫פון מאנהעטן פון וויליאמסבורג פון בארא פארק‬

‫מוצאי יום כיפור‬

(1) 7:45 am BMHP (1) 8:30 am BGHP (1) 11:00 am B (1) 11:15 am H (3) 1:00 pm B (3) 1:15 pm HQ

leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

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leaving neW sQuAre Washington Ave. ‫פון סקווירא‬

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leaving neW sQuAre Washington Ave. ‫פון סקווירא‬ 9:45 pm Q (8) 11:45 pm

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8:45 am 10:45 am 12:45 pm 2:45 pm 4:45 pm 6:45 pm 8:45 pm (8) 10:15 pm (8) 11:30 pm

will only run on Thursday Sept. 23rd H

4:30 pm P

leaving leaving leaving WmsBurg Boro PArk mAnhAttAn Bedford cor. 18th Ave. & 5th Ave. & hewes 49th st. 47th st. ‫פון מאנהעטן פון וויליאמסבורג פון בארא פארק‬

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leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

‫יום א‘ ויום ד‘ דחוה“מ‬

9:40 pm (8) 11:45 pm

leaving leaving leaving WmsBurg Boro PArk mAnhAttAn Bedford cor. 18th Ave. & 5th Ave. & hewes 49th st. 47th st. ‫פון מאנהעטן פון וויליאמסבורג פון בארא פארק‬

chol hamoed, sepT. 23 & 26

(3) 9:45 pm BHQ (3) 11:45 pm BH

leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

moTzei shabbos, sepT. 11, 18, 25, ocT. 2 ‫מוצאי שבת‬ moTzei sukkos, sepT. 22 ‫מוצאי סוכות‬

9:55 pm BHQ 11:55 pm BH

leaving neW sQuAre Washington Ave. ‫פון סקווירא‬

7:25 am 8:10 am 10:40 am 10:55 am 12:35 pm 12:50 pm

leaving neW sQuAre Washington Ave. ‫פון סקווירא‬

‫ערב יום כיפור‬

Wednesday, sepT. 15

J

a

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‫ז‬

TuESDAY

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Tuesday 9/7

H

1 ‫ב‬

‫א’ סוכות‬

J ‫טו‬

‫ח‬

‫כב‬

28

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‫כג‬

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‫ב’ סוכות‬

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‫ערב יו”כ‬

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‫שמחת תורה‬

22

15

8

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30

23

Tuesday 9/21

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‫כד‬

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‫א’ חול המועד‬

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J ‫יום כיפור‬ 16

9

2

no serViCe dAtes

no serViCe

‫שמיני עצרת‬

21

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no serViCe

‫ב’ ראש השנה א’ ראש השנה‬

‫א‬

‫כד‬

WEDNESDAY THuRSDAY

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‫יח‬

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‫יב‬

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‫האזינו‬

‫וילך‬

‫כז‬

2

25

‫כו‬

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‫בראשית‬

G

‫שבת חוה”מ‬

18

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4

‫נצבים‬

SATuRDAY

Tuesday 9/28

24

‫ב’ חול המועד‬

17

10

3

FRIDAY

Wishing all our riders a G’mar Chasimah Tova!

‫מיר וואונטשען כלל ישראל א‬ ‫כתיבה וחתימה טובה און א‬ ‫גוט געבענטשט יאהר‬

Monsey Trails Corp. is committed to ensuring that no-person is excluded from, or denied the benefits of our services on the basis of race, color, gender or national origin as protected by Title vi of the Civil rights Act of 1964, as amended. Any person who believes that they have, individually, or as a member of any specific class of persons, been subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender or national origin, may file a complaint in writing to Monsey Trails Corp. To file a complaint, write to: 8 Washington Ave spring valley ny 10977 or visit www.monseytrails.com.

disclaimer

route may change due to traffic conditions. in the event of snow or other extreme weather or traffic conditions, buses will not pick up or drop off on any local streets. Monsey Trails is not responsible for lost or stolen property including tickets. Baggage is transported at the customer’s risk; the company is not responsible for lost or damaged luggage, or its contents. Any unclaimed items will be “free for all” (heFKer) after 4 weeks. This schedule is printed for the convenience of the public. Buses will operate as close to schedule as possible. not responsible for any typographical errors. ,‫ אדער חפיצים וואס ווערט פארלוירן אויפן באס‬,‫מיר נעמען נישט קיין אחריות אויף רענצלעך קערידזשעס‬ .‫אריינגערעכנט באס טיקעטס‬

26

‫כא‬

20

‫ערב סוכות‬

13

a

‫הושענא רבה‬

‫יג‬

‫ו‬

6

‫ערב ר”ה‬

‫כט‬

‫כ‬

i

i

i

‫כח‬

‫ד’ חול המועד‬

19

12

5

mONDAY

‫תשרי תשפ”ב‬

SuNDAY

!‫א גמר חתימה טובה און א פרייליכן יום טוב‬

9:15 pm Q 10:45 pm (8) 12:00 am

leaving leaving leaving WmsBurg Boro PArk mAnhAttAn Bedford cor. 18th Ave. & 5th Ave. & hewes 49th st. 47th st. ‫פון מאנהעטן פון וויליאמסבורג פון בארא פארק‬

Wednesday, sepT. 29

leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

b

leaving leaving leaving WmsBurg Boro PArk mAnhAttAn Bedford cor. 18th Ave. & 5th Ave. & hewes 49th st. 47th st. ‫פון מאנהעטן פון וויליאמסבורג פון בארא פארק‬

‫מוצאי שמחת תורה‬

(1) 7:45 am BMHP (1) 8:30 am GBHP (1) 11:00 am B (1) 11:15 am H (3) 1:15 pm B (3) 1:30 pm HQ

GBH

9:35 pm 11:15 pm (8) 12:00 am

friday, sepT. 10, 17, ocT. 1

7:25 am 8:10 am 10:40 am 10:55 am 12:50 pm 1:05 pm

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1:30 pm P

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‫ בראשית‬,‫ האזינו‬,‫ערב שבת וילך‬

(3) 9:40 pm BH (3) 10:00 pm BHQ (3) 11:30 pm BH

leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

leaving monsey Maple cor. Phyllis ‫פון מאנסי‬

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10:15 am 12:00 pm 1:30 pm

Will only run Sept 6, 2021

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9:30 am 11:45 am 1:15 pm

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‫מוצאי ראש השנה‬

(1) 7:45 am BMHP (1) 8:30 am BGHP (1) 10:00 am BH (1) 11:00 am B (1) 11:15 am H (3) 1:15 pm B (3) 1:30 pm HQ

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THE HIGH-VOLUME SHOPPING SEASON IS ON!

TRAFFIC AHEAD SLOW DOWN

The Ramapo Police Department Will implement the

seasonal gridlock traffic plan Beginning Wednesday September 1


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12pm – 7pm

12pm – 7pm

10am – 3pm

GRIDLOCK TRAFFIC PLAN IN EFFECT

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10am – 3pm

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15

Yom Kippur

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12pm – 7pm

10am – 3pm GRIDLOCK TRAFFIC PLAN IN EFFECT

Erev Sukkos

20

12pm – 7pm

10am – 3pm

GRIDLOCK TRAFFIC PLAN IN EFFECT

GRIDLOCK TRAFFIC PLAN IN EFFECT

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PLEASE REMEMBER TO READ NEXT WEEK'S BULLETINS FOR IMPORTANT UPDATES!

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GRIDLOCK TRAFFIC PLAN IN EFFECT

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Your cooperation will ensure a pleasant experience and a safe season.

details:

SUGGESTIONS:

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Additional Police personnel at specific locations. Temporary changes to traffic patterns.

Avoid the rush and shop early. Try shopping during off-Peak hours. Ask your store if they have delivery service .


Gridlock Traffic Plan Details: Beginning Wednesday September 1

SUGGESTIONS:

details:

• • •

Avoid the rush and shop early. Try shopping during off-Peak hours. Ask your store if they have delivery service .

Additional Police personnel at specific locations. Temporary changes to traffic patterns.


No Left turns: • From Saddle River Rd. onto Rt. 59 • From Shoppers Haven onto Rt. 306 • From Second St. onto Rt. 306 • From Rt. 306 onto First St., Second St.,

and Orchard St.

One Way Traffic: • First Street from Main Street to Saddle River • Orchard Street from Main Street to Saddle River

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“TIMBER! TIMBER!” Deep in the dense forests, these shouts echo in warning. Chopping trees is serious business, with the falling timber posing a hazard, hence the shouts cautioning all those around to stay clear. No wonder some of us shout “Timber!” when opening a cabinet that’s a wee bit too full. When does a tree become lumber? Once the tree is chopped and the wood is neatly cut to uniform size and commercialized, it’s considered lumber.

All trees fit into one of these two categories. How many names of trees do you know? Ten, maybe fifteen?

Lumber in Numbers: There are 60,065 types of trees worldwide! That makes for many different types of wood. An estimated 15,300,000,000 trees are chopped each year and converted into lumber. That’s almost 42 million trees every day! Don’t worry, there are enough trees in the world, although many environmentalists claim otherwise. There are approximately 3.04 TRILLION trees in the world, which translates into 422 trees per person on Earth.

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Hardwood

and

Softwood Slow and steady wins the race! Hardwood trees grow slower, thicker and denser. These trees shed their leaves during the winter months. They might not grow in quantity, but they do grow in quality. We know these trees. They’re maple, oak, hickory, cherry and birch. Softwood trees grow quicker but are not as dense. Softwood trees are coniferous trees. This means that they don’t shed their leaves in the winter. These are the evergreen trees, pine needles trees or fir trees. Hardwood lumber is usually stronger and more expensive. There are some exceptions, however, where you’ll find softwood that’s harder than hardwood.


By: Chanie Spira

Lumber and Paper Lumber in the Torah When Noach built the teivah, he used atzei gofer — usually translated as gopher wood, an unsinkable, strong and durable wood. There are many mefarshim discussing exactly which type of wood it was. Many believe it was cypress wood.

When someone tells you, “Money doesn’t grow on trees!” they’re right. Although paper is made with wood, banknotes are made using cotton fibers. For paper making, the wood is ground to a pulp and mixed with chemicals. It is then spread and dried using specialized techniques. Never take your package of college-ruled paper for granted!

Record Breakers African blackwood is the most expensive wood and is used mostly for instruments. It is one of the most dense woods and can be fashioned only by hand. It’s at great risk of becoming extinct. Oak is the most common type of lumber used. It’s strong, pretty and easy to work with.

Lumber in Colors The Mishkan used a lot of atzei sheetim — acacia wood. It’s a beautiful wood, resistant to decay and damage. It served the Yidden for 440 years. The Beis Hamikdash used many cypress trees and cedarwood trees in its intricate and beautiful design.

Nowadays you can paint, stain or color your wood to suit your preferences, but the colors you choose are based on the natural colors of certain barks. Some colors you might be familiar with are actually tree names. There’s mahogany, walnut, maple, heartwood, cherrywood. There’s even the blue mahoe to make blue wood.

The Lumber Chaos of 2021 If 2020 is known as the year of the pandemic, 2021 is definitely the year of the pandemic effects! Almost every aspect of our lives has changed, especially the prices of lumber. Have you noticed many housing projects on hold? That’s because the price of lumber doubled, tripled, quadrupled and quintupled quite suddenly (though by now the price is dropping once more). Why? There are many reasons. Here are the primary ones. Did you choose to do some renovations during the lockdown? Like building some shelves, adding a desk or two? So did millions of Americans — which is only one reason why the prices of lumber skyrocketed lately. In addition, people started feeling cramped during the lockdown, so they used the stimulus money and unemployment funds to buy homes and renovate — but there was a shortage of lumber workers because of the lockdown. All this caused a tremendous jump in costs. And we’re all still paying for it.

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‫תפלת הדרך‬ ‫ ֶשּׁתֹולִ ֵיכנּו לְ ָשׁלֹום‬,‫בֹותינּו‬ ֵ ‫אֹלקי ֲא‬ ֵ ֵ‫ֹלקינּו ו‬ ֵ ‫יְ ִהי ָרצֹון ִמלְ ָפנֶ יָך ד' ֱא‬ ‫ וְ ַתּגִ ֵיענּו‬,‫ וְ ִת ְס ְמ ֵכנּו לְ ָשׁלֹום‬,‫וְ ַת ְצ ִע ֵידנּו לְ ָשׁלֹום וְ ַת ְד ִר ֵיכנּו לְ ָשׁלֹום‬ ‫ (אם דעתו לחזור מיד אומר וְ ַת ְחזִ ֵירנּו‬.‫שׁלֹום‬ ָ ְ‫לִ ְמחֹוז ֶח ְפ ֵצנּו לְ ַחּיִ ים ּולְ ִש ְׂמ ָחה ּול‬ ,‫אֹורב וְ לִ ְס ִטים וְ ַחּיֹות ָרעֹות ַּב ֶּד ֶרְך‬ ֵ ְ‫לְ ָשׁלֹום) וְ ַת ִּצילֵ נּו ִמ ַּכף ָּכל אֹויֵ ב ו‬ ‫ וְ ִת ְׁשלַ ח ְּב ָר ָכה‬,‫ִּומ ָּכל ִמינֵ י ֻּפ ְר ָענֻ ּיֹות ַה ִּמ ְת ַרּגְ ׁשֹות לָ בֹוא לָ עֹולָ ם‬ ‫ וְ ִת ְּתנֵ נּו לְ ֵחן ּולְ ֶח ֶסד ּולְ ַר ֲח ִמים ְּב ֵעינֶ יָך‬,‫וְ ַה ְצלָ ָחה ְּב ָכל ַמ ֲע ֵׂשי יָ ֵדינּו‬ ‫ׁשֹומ ַע ְּת ִפּלָ ה וְ ַת ֲחנּון‬ ֵ ‫ ִּכי ֵקל‬,‫ וְ ִת ְׁש ַמע קֹול ַּת ֲחנּונֵ נּו‬,‫ְּוב ֵעינֵ י ָכל ר ֵֹאינּו‬ :‫ׁשֹומ ַע ְּת ִפּלָ ה‬ ֵ '‫ ָּברּוְך ַא ָּתה ד‬.‫ַא ָּתה‬

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30 9am-11pm

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

COVID-19 Advisory: Be advised that many parks have reduced parking capacity, and will close to incoming visitors and traffic once full.

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.

Local

Dawn to dusk

Free

Eugene Levy Memorial Park

Free

Dawn to dusk

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

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

Dawn to dusk

Free

Willow Tree Park

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

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11 Grotke Road, Spring Valley, NY 10977

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: MORTONFOX

Local

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: ISAAC POLLAK

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

Free

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

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: ISAAC POLLAK

Local

Free

Dawn to dusk


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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Winter’s Park

Dutch Gardens

47 East Ramapo Avenue, Mahwah, NJ 07430

21 New Hempstead Road, New City, NY 10956

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

IMAGE © 2015 GOOGLE: ELIYAHUBAYONAH

14 minutes

845-364-2670

Free

Demarest Kill County Park

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

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

IMAGE © 2012 GOOGLE: TCHAMBER236

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

15 minutes

In back of 24 Highview Avenue, Nanuet, NY 10954

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

IMAGE © 2009 GOOGLE: LEOPOLDOBARRIGA

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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

16 minutes Free Dawn to dusk

Free

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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

845-947-2444

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

Haverstraw Bay County Park 21 Gagan Road, West Haverstraw, NY 10993

608 Ramapo Valley Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430

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

Reservation with hiking trails, pond, waterfall and breathtaking views

20 minutes

201-327-3500

Free 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

20 minutes

Buttermilk Falls County Park

1304 Sloatsburg Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456

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

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20 minutes

845-364-2670

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

Free

Weekend parking: $7

Dawn to dusk

8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

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Ringwood Manor State Park

199 S. Greenbush Road, West Nyack, NY 10994

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

State Line Lookout

Nyack Memorial Park

Closter, NJ, GPS: 40.988412, -73.908272

4 Depew Avenue, Nyack, NY 10960

Lookout point right off the Palisades Parkway

IMAGE © 2012 GOOGLE: JAMES SIMPSON

23 minutes

Around the clock

Free

23 minutes

698 N. Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960

Perkins Memorial Drive, Tomkins Cove, NY 10986

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

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

25 minutes

Dawn to dusk

Saddle River County Park

Bear Mountain State Park

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

3006 Seven Lakes Drive, Bear Mountain, NY 10911

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

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

IMAGE © 2014 GOOGLE: JUSTIN STASIUK

25 minutes

201-336-7275

25 minutes

Free

$10 parking

Dawn to dusk

8:00 a.m.–sunset

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Free

Dawn to dusk, weather permitting

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Nyack Beach State Park

Perkins Memorial Tower Observatory

25 minutes

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

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Rockland Lake State Park

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

299 Rockand Lake Road, Valley Cottage, NY 10989

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

25 minutes $10 per vehicle; fee only collected summer and weekends

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

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

Dawn to dusk

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

Tallman Mountain State Park

25 minutes

Free

Dawn to dusk

Blauvelt State Park Blauvelt, NY 10913

Route 9W, Sparkill NY 10976

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

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

25 minutes

845-359-0544

$8 parking, not collected at all times © GOOGLE 2017 NOAH EISENBRUCH

Dawn to dusk

25 minutes

Paterson Great Falls

Free

Dawn to dusk

Scenic Hudson Riverwalk Park

72 McBride Avenue, Paterson, NJ 07501

250 W. Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591

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

30 minutes

973-523-0370

© GOOGLE 2017 JUANITO GARWOOD

30 minutes

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

914-631-8347

Free

Free

Dawn to dusk

Half-hour before sunrise to half-hour after sunset

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PARKS AND SCENIC SPOTS

Scenic Hudson Park

Ruach Hachaim Park 111 Ivy Lane, Monroe, NY 10950 49 Larkin Drive, Monroe, NY 10950

Irvington, NY 10533

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

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

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31 minutes

914-591-7736

Free

845-774-7275

33 minutes Free Hours vary; call for updated info

March–November: 7:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

Kingsland Point Park and the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse 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)

32 minutes 914-366-5109 Parking: $10 for non-residents 8:00 a.m. to dusk

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

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

330

Free

The Monsey View

845-786-2701

September 17, 2021

www.themonseyview.com · 845.600.8484

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: BRIDGETTE RUGGLES

38 minutes

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

201-768-1360

$5 parking; fee not collected Wednesday and Thursday Dawn to dusk


Yeshiva Spring Valley - 121 College Rd, Suffern

Wednesday MOTZEI YT: September 22 9:30 Thursday: September 23 4:30 & 8:30 12:00 Friday: September 24 Motzei Shabbos: September 25 9:30 Sunday: September 26 4:00 & 8:00

CATSKILLS

MonSey

‫בהסכמת וועד החינוך בני ברק‬

Machne Bais Rachel - 224 Pleasant Valley Rd. S. Fallsburg

Wednesday MOTZEI YT: September 22 9:30 Thursday: September 23 4:30 & 8:30 12:00 Friday: September 24 Motzei Shabbos: September 25 9:30 Sunday: September 26 4:00 & 8:00

ADMISSION: $30


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

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

201-336-7275

Free

7:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Teatown Lake Reservation

39 minutes

$6 parking

The Louis Engel Waterfront Park

1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining, NY 10562

160 Westerly Road, Ossining, NY 10562

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

39 minutes

914-762-2912

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: LAKE LADY

40 minutes

Free; $5 parking

Free

Dawn to dusk; Nature Center is currently only open on weekends

Dawn to dusk

Croton Gorge Park/Croton Dam

845-941-3189

New York, NY

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

42 minutes

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

914-827-9568

Free

43 minutes

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

The Monsey View

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

Central Park

Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520

332

Dawn to dusk

September 17, 2021

www.themonseyview.com · 845.600.8484

Admission is free; recreation available for various prices

212-310-6600 6:00 a.m.–1:00 a.m.


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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 $40 for adults; $49 for children

No fee, but visitors are encouraged to contribute

8:00 a.m.–7:00 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

Entrances have metered parking

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

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

845-486-8125

Varies

1 hour and 10 minutes

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

$10 parking; caves are free

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845-454-9649

September 17, 2021

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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: $15; seniors (62+): $14; children ages 4–10: $9; children 3 and younger: free. Adults and seniors pay an additional $3 on Sundays.

$10 parking 9:00 a.m.–approximately dusk

Hours vary

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

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

Mount Utsayantha Fire Tower Set GPS to 34 Main Street (NY Route 23) in Stamford, NY. Make a right on Mountain Avenue. This road will become very steep. Continue until the dirt road on the left, Tower Road. If you want to hike up to the summit, park at the sign you see at the corner of Tower Road — or continue up Tower Road to reach the summit by car.

The summit of this 3,214-foot mountain with its restored fire tower (which can be climbed for spectacular views) can be reached by a one-mile gravel road either by car, or by hike.

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AAA Buggy Rides:

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

Niagara Falls American Side

Tower Road, Stamford, NY 12167

2 hours and 15 minutes

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

Free

The Monsey View

Open around the clock

September 17, 2021

www.themonseyview.com · 845.600.8484

332 Prospect Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14303

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 Varies by attraction Varies by attraction

716-278-1796


R. Schorr Presents A riveting drama set in Switzerland

Risk. Reunion. Regret.

Crossing The Line What would Recha Sternbuch have done?

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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.–dusk

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

718-549-3200

Adults: $10; students and seniors: $6; children 6+: $4; under 6: free; parking for non-members: $13; admission free on Thursdays

Free 9:00 a.m.–one hour before sunset

Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.; advance reservations encouraged

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.

44 minutes

718-817-8700

Adults: $35; students and seniors: $32; children ages 2–12: $15; under 2: free Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; closed Mondays

340

973-831-5675

The Monsey View

Premier public gardens spread over 52 acres

1 hour

718-623-7200

Adults: $18; students and seniors: $12; children under 12: free Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Thursday and Friday: 10:00 a.m.–sunset; closed Mondays


FARMS AND ORCHARDS

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.)

The Orchards of Concklin 2 S. Mountain Road, Pomona, NY 10970

Apple-picking orchard

12 minutes

845-354-0369

Half-peck bag: $13; no outside bags allowed

Dr. Davies Farm

Demarest Farms

306 Route 304, Congers, NY 10920

244 Wierimus Road, Hillsdale, NJ 07642

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

Historic 35acre apple orchard with trailer rides

20 minutes

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

845-268-7020

21 minutes

201-666-0472

$12 for individual half-peck bag; $47 for group of up to five people for half-bushel bag

$7 per person over age 2, (includes parking and activities); $14 per 10-12-pound bag of apples

10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m..; reservations strongly suggested

Reservations required

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: $4 per person over 2

Free

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; closed on Sundays; reservations required

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; weekdays from 10:00

Sunday: 11:00 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.–5:30 p.m.; Sundays until 5:00

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Apple Ridge Orchards

169 Route 94, Warwick, NY 10990

845-987-7717

49 minutes

$3 general admission to orchard and farm; $32 for a half a bushel of apple

$30 per half bushel; bring exact change

Thursday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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914-245-2784

Pennings Orchard

101 Jessup Road, Warwick, NY 10990

48 minutes

845-986-1684

$1–2 per bag; once it’s filled, $16 for filled peck bag and $30 for filled half-bushel bag

Pay per bag of apples

IMAGE © 2014 GOOGLE: JESSIE W.

45 minutes

845-986-7080


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

Pick your own apples.

51 minutes

914-485-1210

Per pound

Admission: $10 per person; 3 and under: free; 1/4 peck for $15; Peck for $25; 1/2 bushel for $40

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Weekends only: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 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

845-691-2339

Varies by fruit/vegetable

Group of 4 — large bag: $35; 2 people — small bag: $25

11:00 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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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, 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

1 hour

845-897-4377

Weekends: $46 admits 5 people, plus 1/2 bushel bag; weekdays: $40; additional people: $5 each (under 2: free); additional bags: $30 Reservations required

Alstede Farms

1 hour 2 minutes

908-879-5353

Admission: weekdays: $1; weekends (includes activities): $7; pay for picking per pound 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; reservations required

Family Fun Farm

1 Alstede Farms Lane, Chester, NJ 07930

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

IMAGE © 2016 GOOGLE: GREG PROFETA

1 hour 4 mins

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

General admission: $15.95; add for bumper boats, laster tag, pony rides and wagon rides; Zoomstation: $25

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.

11:00 a.m.–6:00 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

$17 per person; 2 and under: free

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

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HORSEBACK RIDING

Bronx Equestrian Center 9 Shore Road, Bronx, NY 10464

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

Braden Brook Stables

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

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

845-647-7556

9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

1 hour 17 minutes

718-972-4588

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

1 hour and 20 minutes

718-531-8949

Guided rides: $80 per person (ages 10+); pony rides: $25 per 5 laps (ages 9 and younger)

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.; Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

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INDOOR FUN

Turtleboo

ARC Ceramics

175 East Central Avenue, Spring Valley, NY 10977

442 Saddle River Road, Monsey, NY 10952

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

Local

845-746-2100

$20 for two hours for admissions before 11:00 a.m.; $24 for two hours for admissions after 11:00 a.m. Thursday and Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Friday and Monday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Hobby House

A variety of ceramics, plaster, mosaics and other crafts

Local Starting at $15

Hotline: 845-207-0330 Office: 845-323-6001

Chol hamoed hours: Thursday: 10:30 a.m. –7:00 p.m.; Friday 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:30 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Isru Chag: 2:00–6:00 p.m.

Inflatable Park

Monsey: 11 Main Street, Monsey, NY 10952 Monroe: 6 Taylor Court, Monroe, NY 10950

Monsey, NY 10952

Plaster, ceramics and mosaics for all ages

Local

845-290-1919

Starting at $15 Chol Hamoed: 10:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.; Friday and Monday: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Chuck E. Cheese’s

Seven large inflatable items for private groups of up to 30 people

Local $200 per hour Monday to Friday: 8:00 a.m.–6:45p.m.

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 ceramic, with option of pre-arranged packages to go and indoor and outdoor premises

Token-operated rides and arcade games

12 minutes

845-219-1942

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

15 minutes

845-623-4975

Varies by token amount

Pay per piece

Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Monday to Friday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Call before arriving; Monday to Wednesday: 9:30 a.m.– 3:00 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 70 Eisenhower Drive, Paramus, NJ 07652

3 North Street, Waldwick, NJ 07463

Moonwalk wonderland of slopes, slides, tunnels and everything inflatable

25 minutes

Play area with structure, slides and bounce castles

201-843-5880

19 minutes

201-857-4000

$17.95 bouncer; $5.95 toddler; parents are free

Open bounce: $9.95

Advance reservations required.

Based on schedule parties; call before going

Palisades Mall Ferris Wheel

Mosaic Glassworks

1000 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

36 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick, NJ 07463

Beautiful carnival rides: Ferris wheel reaching 68 feet

20 minutes

Creative art studios with mosaic projects for all ages

845-353-2596 845-353-2595

20 minutes

201-800-1820

$2.50 per ride

Starting at $32

Temporarily closed

By appointment only; Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Sunday: closed

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Billy Beez

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 $13.95 (adult included); toddler ages 1–3: $16.95; children ages 4–17: $20.95; parents/ guardians: $7.95 (second parent: $10.95) 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Sundays until 8:00 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.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; reservations recommended Ridgewood: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; reservations recommended

21 minutes

201-261-3000

Prices are for a 2-hour play slot. Toddlers 9–23 months: $13; children ages 1–17: $18; adults: $5; rock climbing: $5 Advance reservations required.

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

Children ages 3+: $22.99; ages 2 and under: $12.99; parents: $6.99–10.99

Indoor trampoline area with foam pits and lots of jumping space

29 minutes

Starts at $23 for ages 6 and up and $25 for ages 5 and younger for one hour; socks (mandatory) $2 Open Bounce: Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. (toddlers from 10:00–11:00 a.m.); Monday to Friday: 2:00– 7:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Urban Air Adventure Park

Sky Zone

69 Wesley Street, South Hackensack, NJ 07606

80 Commerce Drive, Allendale, NJ 07401

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

29 minutes

201- 212-6454

Indoor trampoline park with freestyle bouncing

23 minutes

$25–$33; ages 5 and under: $16.99; parents: $8; socks (required): $3

Starts at $23.99

10:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

4:00–7:45 p.m.; Sunday from 11:00 a.m.

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INDOOR FUN

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

33 minutes

866-243-0770

40 minutes

973-656-0800

Starting at $23.99; under 3: free

Projects start at $30

12:00–5:30 p.m.; Sundays from 10:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Wednesday 4:00–9 p.m.

Thrillz High Flying Adventure Park 5 Prindle Lane, Danbury, CT 06811

203-942-2585

Jumpz Trampoline Sports 203-942-2449

21 Prindle Lane, Danbury, CT 06811

Part of Danbury Jumpz, this world’s first indoor wipeoutstyle action adventure park featuring 28,000 square feet of zip lines, ninja, obstacle and ropes courses, trampoline launch pads, rock climbing walls, and many more attractions.

1 hour

Part of Thrillz Danbury, Jumpz offers 45,000 square feet of glowin-the-dark wall-to-wall trampoline adventures, airbag zone, swings and slides with a dedicated toddler area.

Each of the two parks starts at $14 for a half-hour of fly time and at $10 for a half-hour of junior jump time; packages for both parks are available at a lower cost

Crayola Experience

FAO Schwarz

30 Centre Square, Easton, PA 18042

30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111

Massive toy store in NYC

55 minutes

Thursday and Friday: 3:00–8:00 p.m.; Sunday: 12:00–8:00 p.m.

800-326-8638

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1 hour 25 minutes

Entrance is free; toy prices vary

$25.99; parking by the hour

11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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610-515-8000


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Airmont Recreation Center

New City Bowl and Batting Cages

444 Saddle River Road, Monsey, NY 10952

90 N. Main Street, New City, NY 10956

Zipline, boating, rock wall, water balls, virtual reality, gymnastics, sandbox, playground and kiddie zipline

Local $25; children ages 2–4: $10

Hotline: 845-207-0330 Office: 845-323-6001

Bowling alley and batting cages

15 minutes

845-634-4977

Inquire within

Chol hamoed hours: Thursday: 10:30 a.m. –7:00 p.m.; Friday 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:30 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Isru Chag: 2:00–6:00 p.m.

Weekdays from 10:30 a.m.; cages open at 12:00 p.m.

Autobahn Indoor Speedway 2272 Palisades Center Drive #A200, West Nyack, NY 10994

20 minutes

845-535-1515

Single race: $22.95; Friday and Sunday: $27.99; discounted 3-, 5- and 8-packs. Annual fee: $7.95. Speedway license required.

Indoor go kart speedway

Montvale Lanes

The Gravity Vault

14 W. Grand Avenue, Montvale, NJ 07645

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

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 Sunday: 9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.; Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.; advance reservations required

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Sunday to Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.; Friday: 11:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m.; reservations highly recommended

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20 minutes $4–5 per game per person; shoe rental: $4 Opens 9:00 a.m.; closing time varies

Bowling alley

201-391-3400


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

Bowling lanes and game room

20 minutes

845-358-1602

Monday to Wednesday: closed; Thursday: 2:00 p.m.– 10:00 p.m.; Friday: 2:00 p.m.–12:00 a.m.; Sunday: 12:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.

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

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

20 minutes

845-727-3500

$22.99; Sky Tykes, for kids under 48”: $8.99 12:30–7:30 p.m.; Sundays: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Escape the Mystery Room 3681 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, NY 10994

Thrilling escape rooms of different difficulty levels

20 minutes

845-208-2919

From $28; cash not accepted Monday to Friday: 10:00 a.m.–9:30 p.m.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

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Tappan Go Karts 116 Route 303, Tappan, NY 10983

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

23 minutes

845-359-0642

Go-karts: $10; double: $15

Break Point Bowl & Entertainment

High Exposure Rock Climbing

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

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23 minutes

Go-karts: 12:00–8:00 p.m.; please call as hours may change.

266 Union Street, Northvale, NJ 07647

Rock-climbing gym; each family must fill out a weekly COVID-19 affidavit form.

Bowling alley with laser tag and arcade

845-429-8000

23 minutes

201-768-8600

Bowling: $5 per game, $5 shoe rental; laser tag: starting at $8; arcades: starting at $10 for 40 credits

$25

Sunday to Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.; Friday: 11:00 a.m.–1:00 a.m.

Monday to Thursday 12:00–10:00 p.m.; Friday: 12:00– 8:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Sports Time USA

The Other Tales – Escape Rooms 245 Diamond Bridge Avenue, Hawthorne, NJ 07506

380 Saw Mill River Road, Elmsford, NY 10523

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28 minutes

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

$34.95 per person

Call to inquire before visiting

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

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SPORTS AND ADVENTURE

iFly Indoor Skydiving

Escape Room NJ

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

157A Main Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601

Indoor skydiving with pressurized flight chamber for bodyflight

28 minutes/33 minutes

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

Starting at $99 per person for two flights; larger packages available. Paramus: Wednesday to Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; closed Monday and Tuesday. Yonkers: Tuesday to Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Friday: 12:00–7:00 p.m.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Monday: closed

The Castle Fun Center

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

35 minutes

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

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

Only mini golf, go karts and batting cages available at this time.

35 minutes

201-815-1784

845-469-2116

36 minutes

973-882-9777

Go-karts $8-$9; batting cages: $2.50

All day play: $9.95–$14.95; parents free

Monday and Tuesday: closed; Wednesday to Friday: 3:00–8:00 p.m.; Sunday: 12:00–8:00 p.m.

Online advance reservations required; call for hours.

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

45 minutes

973-428-1166

Bands available for $15 or $49 Closed Thursday and Monday chol hamoed; Friday from 3:00 p.m.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

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

46 minutes

914-241-3131

Monday and Tuesday: closed; Wednesday to Friday: 12:00–8:00 p.m.; Sunday: 12:00–6:00 p.m. Online reservations are required for racing. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your race with signed COVID-19 and GPNY waivers.


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SPORTS AND ADVENTURE

Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park

Fun Station USA

1 American Dream Way, East Rutherford, NJ 07073

3555 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10314

Indoor fun, sports and adventure for kids with rides, laser tag, batting cages, bowling, bumper cars and virtual reality sky ride

The biggest indoor theme park in the Western Hemipshere

44 minutes

833-263-7326

Ages 10+: $75; ages 3–9: $65; seniors: $59; under 3: free; Sunday: add $10 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Sunday until 10:00 p.m.

1 hour

718-370-0077 718-370-9566

Passes available for $15.95, $21.95, $29.95

10:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m.

Camelback Mountain Adventure 243 Resort Drive, Tannersville, PA 18372

Tallest mountain in the Poconos boasting great mountain adventures; the zipline, mountain coaster and zip flyer are open on chol hamoed.

1 hour and 25 minutes

570-629-1663

Pocono Outdoor Aventure Tours

Coaster: from $17; 4,000 foot zip-flyer: $46 per person

It™ Adventure Ropes Course

1234 Long Pond Road, Long Pond, PA 18334

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 48 minutes

570-839-6061

Two-seater: $125; four-seater: $199. Advance reservations required; must arrive 30 minutes prior to reservation time. 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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Open daily 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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

1 hour 37 minutes

203-812-9981

Course and zip: 1 hour $25; 2 hours $37.50; children under 48”: 1 hour $10 Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Monday to Thursday: 10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Friday: 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.; advance reservations recommended


OUTDOOR FUN

Bronx Zoo Treetop Adventure

LEGOLAND

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

1 Legoland Boulevard, Goshen, NY 10924

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

40 minutes

347-308-9021

Sprawling theme park with Lego structures and amusement rides

44 minutes

845-410-0290

2-hour climb+zip: $59.95; 2-way zip: $24.95

$67.99–$79.99

Chol hamoed: Thursday: 12:00–3:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Sunday until 6:00 p.m.; advance reservations required

Ring Homestead

Adventurers Park

257 Lybolt Road, Middletown, NY 10941

1824 Shore Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11214

Amusement park with 25 rides and attractions

Adventure camp with ropes course

49 minutes

845-361-3842

1 hour 5 minutes

718-975-2748

Different packages available. Call for reservations.

Pass: $36–40, or pay per ride

9:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.

Monday through Friday: 12:00–8:00 p.m.; Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Luna Park

Deno’s Wonder Wheel

1000 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11224

3059 Denos D. Vourderis Place, Brooklyn, NY 11224

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

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

1 hour 10 minutes

718-373-5862

1 hour 10 minutes

718-372-2592

Starting at $29 (if purchased in advance)

Pay per ride; varies

12:00–8:00 p.m.

Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.; Friday until 5:00 p.m.; Sunday until 8:00 p.m.

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Pocono TreeVentures

Adventureland 2245 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale, NY 11735

1575 Fairway Villas Blvd., East Stroudsburg PA, 18302

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

Amusement park with about 30 rides

1 hour 11 minutes

631-694-6868

1 hour 25 minutes

800-446-0231

Ages 2–24: $39.99; ages 25+: $29.99; under 2: free

Only the kids ropes course and the zipline are now open: Kidventures: $35; Zipquest: $30

Thursday and Sunday chol hamoed only: 11:00 a.m.– 10:00 p.m.

Call to inquire

Six Flags Great Adventures and Safari

Rail Explorers 70 High Street, Phoenicia, NY 12464

1 Six Flags Boulevard, Jackson, NJ 08527

Rail Explorers offers a unique scenic experience upon retired railways on pedal-powered rail vehicles. This 2.5-hour tour runs along the Esopus Creek and through beautiful Catskills woods on the Ulster and Delaware Railway of once upon.

1 hour and 26 minutes

877-833-8588

Tandem Explorer (fits two): $90; Quad Explorer (fits four): $160 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; by reservation only. Book in advance, because the slots fill up fast.

Diggerland

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

1 hour 30 minutes

Theme park: $39 per person; safari: $24 per person; both attractions: $54 per person Thursday chol hamoed: Theme park: 12:00–11:00 p.m. (until 5:00 p.m., the park is exclusive for NCSY; from 5:00 p.m., it will be open for the public); safari: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Hersheypark

100 Pinedge Drive, West Berlin, NJ 08091

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.

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

2 hours

201-862-0250 (NCSY)

856-768-1110

3 hours

717-534-3900

$44.95

$55 at gate; save by purchasing in advance

Thursday: 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m; Friday 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m; advance reservations required

Thursday (by Central PA Kosher): 12:00–7:00 p.m

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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

Open daily 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; closed Mondays

Wednesday to Friday: grounds 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., museum 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; Sunday: grounds 12:00–5:00 p.m., museum 12:00–4:30 p.m.

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

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

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

Temporarily closed

Temporarily closed

West Point Museum

Boscobel House and Gardens

2110 New South Post Road, West Point, NY 10996

1601 New York 9D, Garrison, NY 10524

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

32 minutes Free; there may be a parking fee 9:30 a.m.–4:15; closed Mondays

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845-938-3590

Restored 18th Century house museum with gorgeous grounds and views

33 minutes

845-265-3638

Gardens and grounds: adults: $12; seniors: $10; Ages 5–18: $6; under 5: free Friday to Monday: 9:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.


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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

Adults: $6.99; children: $21.99; under age 1: free

Wednesday to Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Wednesday to Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.; Mondays and Tuesdays: closed; call to confirm hours before visiting.

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: $42; seniors: $40; children: $36

Adults: $20; seniors and children: $18; under age 2: free

Call to inquire

Open daily 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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

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54 minutes

Sprawling, oftinteractive collection of curiosities

212-398-3133

General admission: adults: $29.99; children: $24.99

Adults: $32; children (ages 4–12): $24; save 20% when purchasing tickets online

Chol hamoed: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; closed Monday

Open daily 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Motzei Shabbos until 10:00 p.m.

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One World Observatory

9/11 Memorial Museum

285 Fulton Street, New York, NY 10007

200 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281

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

56 minutes

844-696-1776

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

1 hour

212-312-8800

Ages 13 to 64: $43; ages 6 to 12: $37; under 5: free; ages 65+: $38

General: Adult $26; Seniors: $20; 7–12: $15; additional packages available

9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Thursday to Monday: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m

9/11 Memorial

Northlandz

200 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281

495 Route 202, Flemington, NJ 08822

Model museum with railroad, bridges, mountains, waterways, structures and fascinating miniatures

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

1 hour

212-312-8800

1 hour 9 minutes

908-782-4022

Free

$30; ages 2 to 11: $19.50; senior: $25.50; outdoor train: $15

10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; call in to confirm Thursday opening

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

800-337-8474

Home: $10; musuem: $10; grounds: free Museum: 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; last entry at 2:45 p.m.; grounds: dawn to dusk

1 hour 17 minutes

845-229-7770

Tours: adult: $10; under 15: $1 Reservations required; tours available Friday through Monday, 10:00 a.m. –3:00 p.m.

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Living Torah Museum

Jewish Children’s Museum

1603 41st Street, Brooklyn, NY 11218

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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

1 hour 24 minutes

718-907-8833

Admission: $15; Seniors: $12; Under 2: free Timed tickets for chol hamoed need to be purchased in advance; Thursday and Sunday 10:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m. and 2:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Friday 10:30 a.m.–2:00 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

215-448-1200

Adult: $25; child (5–11), senior: $20; under 5: $5

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

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m

Wednesdays to Sundays: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; closed Monday and Tuesday

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: $8; Under 13: free

Varies by mansion

Tours every half hour from Thursday to Monday: 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

2300 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY 10460

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

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

27 minutes

201-336-7275

15–61: $8; 3–14: $5; under 3: free; seniors 62+; $2 (Fee only charged until November); carousel: $2; train: $2; pony ride: $3 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Maritime Aquarium

44 minutes

13+: $39.95; 3 –12: $29.95; 65+: $34.95; 2 and under: free; free admission on Wednesdays; parking $17 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Sunday until 5:30 p.m.; reservations required

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

718-367-1010

203-852-0700

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

48 minutes

973-731-5800

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

Adults: $17; ages 2–12 and seniors: $14; under 2: free

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

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

49 minutes

718-271-1500

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

376

The Monsey View

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.; reservations required


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Ramapo Tires

158 Rt. 59 - Monsey NY 10952

914-712-8473

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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

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.; reservations required

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

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

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1 hour 9 minutes

Zoo and museum with over 500 animals in their natural surroundings

973-875-5800

Ages 13+: $26.95; Ages 3–12: $22.95; Senior: $24.95; Under 2: free (additional $2–$3 on Sunday)

13–64: $20.50; 2–12: $17; 65+: $19; under 2: free

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

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Central Park Zoo

Jenkinson’s Aquarium 300 Ocean Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

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

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

212- 439-6500

1 hour 30 minutes

Starting at: adults: $13.95; ages 3–12: $8.95; 65+: $11.95; under 3: free

Adults: $15; ages 3–12: $9; 65+: $10; under 3: free

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

10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

378

The Monsey View

732-899-1212


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AQUARIUMS AND ZOOS

Long Island Aquarium

Adventure Aquarium

431 E. Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901

1 Riverside Drive, Camden, NJ 08103

Aquarium with fascinating exhibits and many interesting marine animals and fish

1 hour 47 minutes

631-208-9200, ext. 426

Aquarium with shark bridge, penguin island and touch pool

2 hours 2 minutes

856-365-3300

13–61: $39.99; 62+: $29.99; 3-12: $27.99; under 3: free

Starting at: adult: $26.99; child 2–12: $18.99; senior: $24.99; under 2: free

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m; Sunday until 5:00

10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.; Sunday: 9:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m; advance reservations recommended

Mystic Aquarium

Philadelphia Zoo

55 Coogan Blvd., Mystic, CT 06355

3400 W. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

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

2 hours 7 minutes

860-572-5955

Starting at: adult: $28.99; child: $21.49; senior: $25.24 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; reservations required

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

2 hours 8 minutes

215-243-1100

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; closed Monday and Tuesday; reservations required

Girls 3rd grade and up 845-642-4609 380

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BOATING AND FERRIES

Greenwood Lake 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

Starts at $345 for 4 hours

Ferry runs from approximately 6:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Call for detailed departure times.

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

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

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

43 minutes

212-563-3200

58 minutes

800-533-3779

Prices vary based on tour selected

Adults: $8–9; children ages 6–11: $4–6; children ages 5 and under: two children ride free for every paying adult

10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Ferry departs at 15–30 minute intervals from about 7 a.m. until about 7 p.m. or 9 p.m., depending on route; schedules may be different over the weekend

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

382

The Monsey View

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


‫שטארקע חידושים‬ ‫אין די וועלט פון שידוכים‬ ‫ערשטהאנטיג איבערגעגבן דורך א צופרידענער מחותן‬

‫אה!‬

‫שוין ווידעראמאל די בין הזמנים טעג‪ ...‬מען קוקט‬ ‫שוין ווידער ארויס אויפן טעלעפאן רוף‪ ,‬יעדעס מאל די‬ ‫טעלעפאן קלינגט‪ ,‬טראכט מען אפשר איז דאס דער שדכן‪.‬‬ ‫יא! ב"ה די טעלעפאן קלינגט טאקע‪ ,‬מענטשן טראגן אן‪,‬‬ ‫וויאזוי ווייסט מען וואס עס איז די ריכטיגע שידוך‪ ,‬בכלל מען‬ ‫פרעגט זיך א שאלה‪ ,‬דארף די בין הזמנים שידוכים‪-‬סעזאן‬ ‫אריבערגיין מיט אן אנגעצויגנקייט‪ ,‬אדער‬ ‫ס'קען זיין א רואיגע און געשמאקע תקופה‬ ‫אויף וואס מען קוקט ארויס‪ ,‬און מען לאזט זיך‬ ‫פירן פון דער הייליגער באשעפער‪.‬‬ ‫יא! פילע מחותנים האבן ב"ה זוכה געווען צו שליסן‬ ‫הערליכע שידוכים‪ ,‬און זיך ארומדרייען מיט די גאנצע‬ ‫רואיגקייט‪ ,‬נישט האבנדיג קיין שום דאגה מיט דעם וואס‬ ‫רעדט כסדר איבער די מעלות פון די קינד‪ .‬אדרבה‪ ,‬מען‬ ‫האט געפילט אן אויסטערלישע קלארקייט און‬ ‫ליכטיגקייט‪ ,‬לדעת את הדרך אשר ילכו בה‪ ,‬בכלל האט‬ ‫מען געשפירט אז די שערי שמים זענען אפן‪ ,‬און עס‬ ‫קומען אראפ השפעות טובות‪.‬‬ ‫וואס איז די סוד‪ ,‬ווער זענען די גליקליכע עלטערן וואס‬ ‫האבן זוכה געווען צו אזא געוואלדיגע מתנה טובה‪ ,‬די‬ ‫ענטפער אויף דעם זענען צוויי ווערטער "עיני ישועה"‪ .‬די‬ ‫חשוב'ע מחותנים האבן ב"ה גענאסן פון די געוואלדיגע‬ ‫סערוויס פון אן "עיני ישועה" פעקעדזש‪ ,‬וואס האט זיי‬ ‫באגלייט במשך די גאנצע צייט פון די שמחה‪ ,‬אנגעהויבן‬ ‫פון פארן שליסן די שידוך‪ ,‬ביז נאכן לעצטן שבע ברכות‪,‬‬ ‫ווי זיי הערן נישט אויף באדאנקען פון טיפן הארצן אויף די‬ ‫ריכטיגע שריט וואס זיי האבן געטון‪.‬‬ ‫כדי צו הערן מער פרטים האבן מיר זיך פארבינדן מיט‬ ‫איינער פון די חשוב'ע מחותנים‪ ,‬וואס איז דאס אליינס‬ ‫אריבערגעגאנגען אויף די אייגענע פיס‪ ,‬אז ער זאל אונז‬ ‫געבן א נענטערע בליק כלפי מה דברים אמורים‪.‬‬

‫הרע" איז געווען אן אפהאלט פון טון א שידוך מיט זייער קינד‪ .‬א לעצטיגע‬ ‫מעשה וואס איך האב מיטגעהאלטן ווי א איד האט זיך שטארק געמוטשעט‬ ‫מיט שידוכים‪ ,‬מען האט ממש גארנישט אנגעטראגן‪ ,‬און ער האט‬ ‫אריינגערופן "עיני ישועה"‪ ,‬און נאכן אפשפרעכן עין הרע האט מען אים יענע‬ ‫טאג אנגעטראגן פינף שידוכים‪ ,‬וואס איינס דערפון האט זיך‬ ‫ארויסגעשטעלט זיין די ריכטיגע שידוך‪.‬‬ ‫איך וויל צולייגן א שטיקל געדאנק ‪ -‬האט דער מחותן ממשיך געווען ‪ -‬מיר‬ ‫ווייסן אז יעדע אפהאלט וואס עס דא אין א שידוך‪ ,‬איז מן‬ ‫השמים‪ ,‬און עס האט זיין פונקטליכע חשבון‪ .‬אבער מען‬ ‫דארף וויסן אז אזויווי א מענטש וועט טון אלעס אין די‬ ‫וועלט צו טרעפן א שידוך‪ ,‬וויבאלד ער דארף טון‬ ‫השתדלות‪ ,‬כאטש עס איז אפשריבן פונקטליך אין הימל‬ ‫וויפיל ער זאל זיך מוטשענען‪ ,‬די זעלבע זאך‪ ,‬היות עס האט‬ ‫זיך ארויסגעשטעלט גאר אסאך מאל אז עין הרע איז‬ ‫געווען די אפהאלט פון א שידוך‪ ,‬דעריבער איז עס פשוט די‬ ‫ריכטיגע השתדלות צו טון‪.‬‬

‫איך האב‬ ‫אנגעהויבן שפירן‬ ‫א געוואלדיגע‬ ‫רואיגקייט‪ ,‬און‬ ‫בכלל האבן זיך‬ ‫זאכן פשוט‬ ‫אנגהויבן צו רוקן‬ ‫שנעלער ווי‬ ‫ערווארטעט‪ ,‬ביז‬ ‫מיר האבן ב"ה‬ ‫זוכה געווען צו‬ ‫שליסן א הערליכע‬ ‫שידוך מיט גאר א‬ ‫חשוב'ע משפחה‪.‬‬

‫עס איז מיר א כבוד און א זכי' איבערצוגעבן מער פרטים‬ ‫איבער "עיני ישועה" ‪ -‬האט דער חשוב'ער מחותן‬ ‫אנגעהויבן זיינע ווערטער ‪ -‬בצעם איז דא אסאך חלקים‬ ‫פון שידוכים‪ ,‬עס איז דא א חלק פון ווארטן אז מען זאל‬ ‫אנטראגן א שידוך‪ ,‬ווי ליידער אין די היינטיגע‬ ‫שידוכים‪-‬קריזיס זענען דא פילע אידן מיט עטליכע‬ ‫קינדער אין די רייע‪ ,‬און זאכן רירן זיך ליידער נישט‪ .‬אבער אפילו אין א‬ ‫געווענליכע פאל וויל מען אייביג אז די ריכטיגע שידוך זאל אונטערקומען ווי‬ ‫אומשנעלסטן‪ ,‬און במשך לאנגע דורות האט די מיטל פון אפשפרעכן אן עין‬ ‫הרע‪ ,‬זיך ארויסגעוויזן צו זיין א ווירקזאמע פעולה נענטער צו ברענגען א‬ ‫שידוך‪.‬‬ ‫איך בין פערזענליך באקאנט מיט עטליכע געשיכטעס פון אידן וואס "עין‬

‫די עיקר זאך וואס האט מיר געכאפט צו נעמען די עיני‬ ‫ישועה פעקעזש‪ ,‬איז געווען די נערוועזקייט אז איך האב‬ ‫קע"ה א געלונגענע בחור‪ ,‬און אין די יעצטיגע‬ ‫שידוכים‪-‬תקופה קומט אויס אז זיינע מעלות זענען אין מויל‬ ‫ביי פילע שטיבער‪ ,‬און דאס מיר ממש נישט געלאזט‬ ‫מנוחה‪ ,‬אבער נאכן זיך איינשרייבן אין עיני ישועה‪ ,‬האב‬ ‫איך אנגעהויבן שפירן א געוואלדיגע רואיגקייט‪ .‬בכלל‬ ‫האבן זיך זאכן פשוט אנגעהויבן רוקן שנעלער ווי‬ ‫ערווארטעט‪ ,‬ביז מיר האבן ב"ה זוכה געווען צו שליסן א‬ ‫הערליכע שידוך מיט גאר א חשוב'ע משפחה‪ ,‬וואס דאן‬ ‫האט זיך בעיקר אנגעהויבן מיין עיקר הנאה און רואיגקייט‬ ‫פון עיני ישועה‪ ,‬וואס האט כסדר געהאלטן אן אפענע אויג‬ ‫אויף די נעמען פון די גאנצע משפחה‪ ,‬און זיכער געמאכט‬ ‫אז אלעס איז ריין‪.‬‬ ‫מיין עיני ישועה מעמבערשיפ ‪ -‬איז דער חשוב'ער מחותן‬ ‫מסיים ‪ -‬האט זיך טאקע אנגעהויבן בלויז צוליב שידוכים‪,‬‬ ‫אבער אצינד האלט איך ווייטער אן מיין מעמבערשיפ‪ ,‬און‬ ‫איך קען אייך נישט אראפלייגן ווי רואיג און לויטער מיין‬ ‫לעבן האט אנגעהויבן צו ווערן‪ ,‬איך שפיר ממש אז אלע‬ ‫שערי השפעות טובות זענען אפן‪ ,‬און עס איז נישט דא קיין‬ ‫שום שטערונגען‪.‬‬

‫איך וואלט מייעץ געווען יעדן איינעם צו מאכן די זעלבע‬ ‫שריט‪ ,‬און זיין צווישן די הונדערטע צופרידענע מחותנים‪,‬‬ ‫וואס עס איז זיי ליכטיג געווארן‪ ,‬און זיי הערן נישט אויף צו‬ ‫דאנקען עיני ישועה אויף דאס וואס מען האט געטון מיט זיי‪.‬‬ ‫אין די יעצטיגע שידוכים סעזאן האט עיני ישועה אויפגענומען א‬ ‫פארגרעסערטע שטאב זיך צו סערווירן די פילע מחותנים מיט מיט א‬ ‫שטארקע איבערגעגעבנקייט‪ ,‬די נומער אריינצורופן איז ‪ ,845-284-9777‬ווי‬ ‫איר וועט ווערן אויגענומען מיט א העפטליכקייט‬


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

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Swinging Bridge Lake Marina

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3429 State Route 55, White Lake, NY 12786

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Rentals of speedboats, pontoon boats, pedal boats and rowboats

1 hour 15 minutes

Half-day (4-hour) rentals: $575+$30 fuel charge; full-day (6-hour) rentals: $675+$50 fuel charge

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220 Lindholm Road, Hurleyville, NY 12747

1550 Route 17B, White Lake, NY 12786

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

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46 minutes

212-832-4559

$2.75 (MetroCard 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: 2:00–7:00 a.m.

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Above the Clouds Balloon Rides

Central Park

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Open-air ride through Central Park in horsedrawn carriage

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AIRPLANE OBSERVATION

Aviation Museum

Teterboro Airport

400 Fred Wehran Drive, Teterboro , NJ 07608

Teterboro, NJ 07608

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32 minutes

201-288-6344

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Westchester County Airport

32 minutes

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

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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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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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DRESSER FOR SALE Beautiful 3 door Italian dresser with mirror for sale. High sheen mahogany. Brand new condition. Best offer, pictures available, txt only 8457460486 MASTER BEDROOM SET Master bedroom set five years old, barely used. 54’’ beds. Asking $4500 OBO(Originally $10,000). Please call 845-558-6785 DINING ROOM CHAIRS 8 Dining Room Chairs for great price (Baker chairs) call/text 914-906-1109

REAL ESTATE DELUXE SUITES ON COLLINS A Sparkling 2 bedroom apartment avail to rent for the week, weekend or a few days. still available for Yom Tov. Fresh Linen and towels provided. 3472632779

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SUCCOS RENTAL 2 bedroom apartment available to rent for succos. No succah included. Please call or text 845-608-4906

HELP WANTED BABYSITTER WANTED English principal is looking for a babysitter in the afternoon - Bates area. For more information call 845-517-3929 if no answer leave message; or fax your references to 845-694-6180. SALESHELP WANTED S&W Monsey is looking for a motivated woman/girl for saleshelp. Hours 2-7. Pls call 917-607-7220

CHEDER BOY’S ASSISTANTS Cheder Boys school is seeking to hire, capable energetic girl with good work ethic as teachers assistant. email resume to menahel@ chedermonsey.org PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR Cheder D’Monsey (Yeshiva of Greater Monsey) new girls’ school seeking an experienced Preschool Director for its opening in September 2022. Please send resume to chedergirlsschool@ yogmonsey.org TEACHERS WANTED Afternoon hours. 3:15-5:30. Please email resume to ydhmmm@gmail.com

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‫א גרינגע‬ ‫געשמאקע‬ ‫וועג צו‬ ‫לערנען‬ ‫נקודות‬

A Chesed 24/7 Division

AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE EXTRA MONEY Sunday, 9am-5pm , either every Sunday or every other Sunday GROUP HOME FOR SHARE 24/7 • Working with a few individuals. Baking, arts & crafts, board games,etc. Driving a plus.

Enjoy your Sundays while Bringing a smile and sense of “simcha” into The lives of a few young developmentally disabled women. Money and extra mitzvos at the same time.

‫צו באקומען ביי‬ ‫מרכז אדער בית הספרים‬

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TZVI’S ROOFING We Specialize In Roof Repairs! Call/WhatsApp

845-538-3952 ENGLISH TEACHER Come join our amazing team! Looking for English teacher for elementary girls school. Please call 845-270-8796 or email schooljobsmonsey@ gmail.com.

ENGLISH TEACHER Local Mesivtah looking to hire English Teacher for the coming school year. Hours 4-6 Mon thru Thursday. Please note corrected phone number: 845-371-9810

TEACHING POSITIONS Yeshiva Spring Valley (boys) of Monsey has open positions in the General Studies department. Immediate openings available: Elementary School Assistants (M-TH 12:45-4:00) Substitutes for various grades. Teaching experience a must. Professional atmosphere and competitive salary. Please include references and email to gss@yeshivaspringvalley. org or FAX to 845-3568551 Attn: General Studies Principal

TEACHER WANTED Looking for a second grade teacher from 3:15 till 4:15 starting after Succos. Easy working environment and great pay ontime. Please send resume to principal@ imreibina.org or call 845269-0588.

KDG ASSISTANT Local Yeshiva is look for a warm, capable preschool assistant. Please email resume to yeshivadegelhatorah@gmail. com or call 845-356-4610

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HELP WANTED Heimishe office is looking for a responsible female Bookkeeper to join our team. Office experience preferred. Please email hr@ adlersinsurance.com ABA PARA WANTED Seeking female ABA para to work 1:1 with a child in a mainstream school setting during the day. Will train. Contact: Rikki 347-930-9736/ info@abariders.com

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F/T SECRETARY Property management company is looking for a full time secretary. Data entry, customer service and collection skills required. Please email resume to rcmanageoffice@gmail.com or call 347-546-9291 SECRETARY POSITION AVAILABLE Well established Yeshiva in Monsey looking to hire a middle aged heimish married woman daily 9:302:30 (Flexible) For the coming school year. Experience in Quickbooks, Excel & other secretarial office duties with a pleasant phone demeanor. Please call 845-548-0183 or send resume 25Decatur@ gmail.com GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Insurance office looking for a Secretary w/great Communication & Office skills. Warm atmosphere. Plz email resume: insoffice1@ gmail.com or call 262-0204 & Leave mssg.

HIRING! Are you looking to join a great team where your meticulous nature and analytical skills will be appreciated? A full-time position (30+ hours/week) is available in our finance office, located at 365 Route 59. Basic Excel knowledge required. Graduates welcome. Competitive pay and full benefits package! Email resume to cort@ premiumhealthcenter.org * Premium Health is an equal opportunity employer. SECRETARY POSITION Full time office secretary position available in Spring Valley, Quickbooks, computer savvy, customer service and friendly personality, email resume to resumeinfo74@ gmail.com PARALEGAL Frum Monsey real estate law firm seeking energetic detail oriented person for paralegal position. Please send resume to JHerbst@HerbstWeiss.com


Looking to HIRE? 100% fREE JOB placEmEnt & REcRuItmEnt sERvIcE

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146 JOBS PLACED

$8.5 MILLION IN SALARIES submit your resume/job openings to: FOR THE GREATER MONSEY COMMUNITY jobs@pipstaffing.org

JOBS IN MONSEY AND SURROUNDING AREAS • Bookkeeper-Accountant-Controller positions, 50k - 175k, Monsey and NJ

• Office administration/Executive positions, 45k-120k, Monsey and NJ • Experienced Warehouse Manager, 130k+, 40 minutes from Monsey • Experienced VP of Operations, E-commerce experience required, 150k+, 40 minutes from Monsey

• Experienced Software Developer Manager, Fast paced, agile, continuous integration environment, 200k+, Jersey City

• IT Director, e-commerce, 200k+, Midtown Manhattan,

Experienced Purchasing Manager, 75k+, 1 hr. from Monsey

• Experienced Director of Purchasing in Healthcare, 120k+, Monsey • Experienced HR Director, $140k+, Monsey/Monroe • Beginner In-house developer, NetSuite/JavaScript/SQL, Monsey • IT Level 1 Support, [Male and Female positions], 50k-70k, Monsey • Experienced Property/Construction Manager positions, 85k - 120k, Monsey and NJ

• Entry level construction site supervisor, 50k, Monsey • Beginner AutoCAD/ managing landscaping job sites, Company will

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• Experienced Nursing Home Biller, P/T or F/T, Monsey • LPN/Medical assistant, Allergist office, Monsey • Nurse Practitioner, Tele-Health, $75/hr • Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Manager, Part time/Full time, $30/hr+, Monsey

• Licensed Social Worker, $35-65/hr, Monsey and Monroe • Occupational and Physical therapists, Salary commensurate w/ experience, Monsey and Monroe

• Direct Support Professional for developmentally disabled peoples, $25/hr+, Monsey

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• Male and Female Care Manager for special needs, [BA or First Talmudical degree required], $35/hr, Monsey and Monroe

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• Cashier/customer service position for a hardware store,

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• Female clerical position for a Real Estate and law office, Detail-

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Looking for a JOB? Looking to HIRE? • In-house content writer, Full-time position, Monsey • PART-TIME Male Yiddish speaking 1:1 child therapist, No prior

in Monsey, to watch a medically fragile 2 year old girl in the afternoon, 2-4 hours a day.

experience or license required, company will train!, $30/hr, Monsey

paRtnERs In paRtnERs In paRnOsOH ppaRnOsOH R p R • Upscale Steakhouse Manager, Salary

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• Yeshiva Administrator, multi-tasking w/ management skills, 70k+, Monsey

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• Custom Jewelry saleswoman, $18/hr+, Monsey • PART-TIME/FULL TIME secretary, 4-hours daily, prior office

For more information or to apply, a Division of tomche shabbos of rockland c experienced/CS skills, car required, $25-$30/hr, Monsey Please call: of tomche shabbos of rockland county 845-356-0202 ext. 303 | a Division www.tomcheshabbos.org/job-placeme

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GREAT OPPORTUNITY with Commensurate Pay

GENEROUS PTO

Birthday, and Fixed Holidays Off

EXCELLENT BENEFITS

Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance

Email resume to jobs@hamaspikchoice.org or call 845.503.0568


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Excellent job opportunity available Please email: jobforba@gmail.com Human Resources Operations Location Monsey, NY Full time position for a mature individual to work in an all female office. A Chesed 24/7 Division

The right candidate will play an integral role in the infrastructure that supports a busy Chesed Agency and contribute to an effective employee experience. Great opportunity for someone with superior organizational, computer and communication skills.

SENIOR BOOKKEEPING ASSOCIATE

Her responsibilities will be to assist in staffing, compensation, benefits, employee relations, training and compliance.

— FULL-TIME —

5+ YEARS CURRENT EXPERIENCE Mature individual with strong leadership qualities who is able to supervise and take charge. Experienced and able to implement systems. Knowledge of all basic bookkeeping modalities. Able to prepare and maintain accounting documents and records.

For more information, please send resume to

kfireman@chesed247.org

‫עס איז דא יעצט אן איינמאליגע געלעגנהייט צו אריינשטעלן א בחור‬ ‫מיט “מילדע” ספעציעלע געברויכן צו וואוינען מיט א גרופע בחורים‬ ‫אין א גרויסע רחבת’דיגע הויז אין א היימישע געגענט אין אפסטעיט‬ .‫וואס איז הערליך צוגעשטעלט מיט אלע באקוועמליכקייטן‬ ‫ווי אויך שטעלן מיר צו א פראגראם‬ ‫זיך צו באשעפטיגען דורכ’ן טאג‬

A Chesed 24/7 Division

Great working environment. Salary commensurate with experience.

Must have OPWDD services

‫ביטע רופט‬

845-445-8158

SEND RESUME TO: RARONOWITZ@CHESED247.ORG OR CALL: 845-354-3233 EXT. 1112

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OFFICE POSITION Local Yeshiva looking for a capable secretary with great phone skills. Knowledge of Word/Quickbooks/Excel a must. Email resume to Yeshivadegelhatorah@gmail. com or call 845-356-4610 OFFICE POSITION Community Outreach Center is looking to hire a full-time employee to assist clients with applications for social service benefits. Candidate must be detail-oriented and have great interpersonal skills. Graduates are welcome! Please email resume to hr@coconline.org. WE’RE HIRING!

Upscale jewelry store in monsey is looking to hire a part time energetic sales lady. Sunday’s included. Please email resume: jewelrypersonal@gmail. com GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Seeking warm, capable and responsible individual with drivers license to work with a special needs sweet young adult. Sundays 3:00-6:00, Mon thru Thurs 6:15-8:15. Partial days an option. Great pay! 845-369-4021/ 845-6413940

With the endorsement of Rabbanim of ‫בד”ץ העדה החרדית ירושלים‬

SWIFT STAFFING is seeking to hire additional recruiters. Part-time & Flexible hours. Email your resume to Info@ SwiftStaffingGroup.com

YESHIVA MANAGER/ HANDYMAN

Yeshiva Near Monsey/ Monroe Seeks Manager to take full responsibility Of the Yeshiva Campus, should have basic Knowledge of plumbing, electric, and carpentry. Email Resume: positionyeshiva@gmail. com

POLISHED RESUME

Polished resumes written by a certified copywriter, 200+ satisfied customers. Also writer for web content. Proofread by a college educated editor. Resumes standard: 48 hour turnaround. Express available. Contact sarah menczer, ccs at thejewishwriter@ gmail.com call/text 347409-5182

HELP WANTED Seeking a female ABA Therapist/Shadow for an elementary school aged client in Passaic, NJ. Approximate hours 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Great training, collaboration, and competitive rates! Please email resume to akranz@ brainbuildersnj.org.

F/T SECRETARY Secretarial full-time position available in a Yeshiva office in Monsey. Good computer skills required. E-mail resume to mosodjobs@gmail. com or fax 718-619-8973. Excellent opportunity, room for growth.

JOB OPPORTUNITY Busy mortgage office seeking F/T loan officer assistant. Individual must be organized, detail oriented and hardworking. Please send resume to saram@ everestequity.com

ABA PARA WANTED Seeking female ABA para to work 1:1 with a child in Monroe from 3 to 5 pm. Paid travel time, will train. Contact: Rikki 347-930-9736/ info@abariders.com

OFFICE ASSISTANT Lighting Company in Suffern NY is looking for an Office Assistant with good Computer and CSR skills. F/T and P/T options available. Email resume to sam@ dayoneled.com

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PRESCHOOL ASSISTANT

Seeking preschool assistant. Great environment and great pay! Gain loads of experience. Send resume monseyrschool@gmail. com or call 845-274-1392 P/T FUNDRAISER Yeshiva in Eretz Yisroel with very good ‘sales pitch’ looking for part time fundraiser. Around 10 hours a week$1000 month. Email: Ykm. ykm3@gmail.com EMPLOYEES WANTED

Homecare company looking for employees for administrative office. Must have good computer and phone skills. send resume to resumes@ homesiderehab.com

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SUPERVISOR Growing property management company looking to hire a full time Utility Dept Supervisor. This is an in-office position, located in Chestnut Ridge. Computer knowledge a must. Will train. Please send resumes with salary requests to HR@elonmgmt.com

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‫רעדט איר‬ ?‫אידיש‬ If you speak Yiddish and love to help others, this job is for you! Start an easy and fulfilling job, perfect for someone who wants to make their own hours, with options to work from home.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY with Commensurate Pay

GENEROUS PTO

Birthday, and Fixed Holidays Off

EXCELLENT BENEFITS Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE

Part Time and Work From Home Options

Email resume to jobs@hamaspikchoice.org or call 845.503.0568


POST HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM

We’re looking for you. You might be the right one to fill our mentor position. DRIVERS LICENCE REQUIRED

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A Chesed 24/7 Division

RESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT-CHESED 24/7 WOMEN’S GROUP HOME Mon-Thurs, 3:30 - 7:00 pm Sunday’s – 6 hours ALL HOURS FLEXIBLE Caring, compassionate and dedicated woman to provide support for 3 high functioning developmentally disabled girls. • Teach independent living skills • Provide daily structure and support • Plan and assist individuals with recreation and in house hobbies • Arrange/provide transportation for individuals for outside activities • Must be creative and able to effectively communicate with young women in the program and promote a sense of friendship amongst them. 845-354-3233 EXT.1121 EFEDER@CHESED247.ORG

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Yeshiva Ohr V’Daas Is looking to hire devoted staff to join our amazing team. Male assistants and aides needed for special needs classroom. Looking for a Rebbi to work with special needs students. Male workers needed to work with an 18 year old challenged male students in special needs school. Must be able to assist with physical behavioral intervention plans.

Call: 845-352-1003 ext. 119 Fax: 845-352-3375 Email: jobresumes613@gmail.com


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2021 GRADUATES!

PARNASAH 100% FREE JOB PLACEMENT Send your resume to:

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WE’RE HIRING! Broad Management Group Montvale, NJ Office (right near Monsey) Fast growing real estate management firm seeking a representative to join our Accounts Payable department. The ideal candidate will possess organizational skills, diligence, attention to detail and strong communication skills. The position will include managing the accounts payable process for select properties as well as general bookkeeping responsibilities. Be a part of a growing Accounts Payable team! Entry level candidates are welcome. Please reply to: dschimel@broadmg.com

BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Warm & Loving babysitter in the Bates area. 10:00-2:30.

6months+. Please call 845TORAHANYTIME.COM 826-2185 On demand Torah lectures ARE YOU SELF-MOTIVATED, Video-Audio-download All HARDWORKING, AND DILIGENT? for free Computer or App for BABYSITTER ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULFILLING iPhone/Android Or Hotline Warm babysitter in the Bates OFFICE/BOOKKEEPING JOB? 718-298-2077. Yiddish area. Hours from 10-3. Drop Hebrew - English ins welcome 6463346582

JOIN THE HORIZON GROUP!

Formerly Main Street Management.

KANGEN WATER BABYSITTER “Change your Water.. Located on Melnick Experienced babysitter off Dr. in Monsey. Change your life” Alkaline of Melnick dr. Small slots, geshmake - AntiOxidant - Super reasonableHeimishe, rates. SPACE IS environment. Hydrating Call for FREE LIMITED. Optional: 845 406 4799 start now and work the supply and feel AMAZING! first few weeks/months part time. 917-681-0003 Apply today and start working in SERVICES June, July, August or September.

MASSAGE

MASSAGE Relieve Tension in the Comfort of Home Call or Text Sarah: 845-596-1373

PROFESSIONAL HAIRCUTS & STYLING Great prices. Call Miri 845426-7561

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PERSONAL ORGANIZER Need to destress? Get rid of the mess! Decluttering. Home Ensure your spot on organizing. our New/Kallah team by sending apartment setups. Call/ your resume to hr@horizongroup.us text Rifkee to schedule your and start working consultation 845-499-9923 when you are

FLY HIGH BALLOONS Biggest selection of balloons for all occasions in the Weiner drive area call 8454223988/ Flyhighbal@ gmail.com CUSTOM CLOSETS For all your custom closets, doors or mouldings call or text 1347.522.4872 DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org PETTICOATS FOR RENT!

Enhance your gown with just the right petticoat! Kids and adults petticoats for rent! In the Bates area. Please Call or text between 8:30-10pm 845-746-7248

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Ehrlich-Heimish Women’s Bookkeeping Office Is Hiring Horizon Group – (formerly Main Street Management)

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What else?

• Multiple full time and part time positions • Bookkeeping office • Challenging and satisfying

• In a heimishe ehrliche women’s office • On Melnick Drive

People who are: • Responsible and consistent • Self-motivating • Growth oriented

• Now • End of the summer • After Sukkos • Any time in between

• Competitive pay • Bonuses • Paid vacation • Friendly geshmake environment

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GREAT OPPORTUNITY FLOORING

INSTALLATION SCRAPPING & FINISHING SELF LEVELING | COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL

WOLF ADLER

845.335.7911

Looking for a capable women or girl 18+ to do light housework and homework with two kids ages 4 and 7, in client’s home-Luara Drive Area. Monday-Thursday 3:00-5:30 P.M.

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Great pay for the right candidate.

Please call (845)414-5555 #304

A Chesed 24/7 Division

JOIN OUR TEAM BY BECOMING STAFF AT AN EXCITING & STRUCTURED MEN’S DAY HAB PROGRAM

REMOVE AN AYIN HORA! BY RABBi SHMUEL ECKSTEIN

RESPONSIBILITIES: RELIABLE • ENERGETIC • CREATIVE Strong communication and writing skills. MUST DRIVE. Yiddish speaking a plus 8AM-4PM, Receive sign-on bonus & benefits package For more information call: R. Aronowitz, 845-354-3233 ext. 1112 Or send resume to raronowitz@chesed247.org.

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ADMINISTRATOR POSITION Yeshiva near Monsey seeking administrator. Experience required Excellent pay Please email resume to adminjob@ytcmonroeny.com

SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST Looking for a full-time secretary and receptionist For our corporate office. Good computer skills as well as basic graphics required. Fluent in both English and Yiddish. Nice compensation and benefits with great working atmosphere. SEND RESUME TO: KFIREMAN@CHESED247.ORG OR CALL: 845-354-3233 EXT 1112

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Rush Permit Appointments

Our Shidduch office is open, If you would like to join as a Shadchan please call into the office for details. — LUSHEVES SHIDDUCH OFFICE — email: 1845-205-3544

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MASSAGES To relieve pain & tension, increase energy, in the comfort of your home or at our place, Please call/text 845-320-5916. LITTLE BEE

Great priced stretchies! In the Bates area. 845826-2185 PEST FREE SUKKAH! Enjoy your sukkah free of Flies, Spiders & all pests! THE BUG CLINIC 674 N Main St. 10977 845-356-2837 ELECTRICIAN Experienced electrician for all your electrical work, reasonable prices, prompt and honest service. call 347345-5636.

SHAIMOS

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PEARLS BY CHUMI SILBER Genuine freshwater pearl necklaces and earrings priced to suit your budget .We come down to the comfort of your house. We also offer free pickup and delivery for your pearl restringing. Call 845-352-5013. ALL LONG DISTANCE CAR SERVICE ‫פארט מיט א היימישע יונגערמאן‬ Please call 845-521-9686 GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281

ODDS & ENDS SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100

5”,6”,7” Gutters Copper and aluminum gutters 845-782-4473 sales@advancedguttersinc.com

Fully Insured Free estimates

GOWNS GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info MATERNITY GOWN Beautiful black maternity gown Size 18 please call/text 845-893-8151 MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4. White base with mauve & blue embroidered flowers. pls call 845-596-9933

Over 30 colors Gutter Guard Installation Cleaning and Repirs GOWN FOR RENT

Silver/Grey colored gown size 2-4 8455380391 GIRLS CHASUNAH GOWN Very Elegant, Winter White trimmed with Black Velvet, girls size 14/16 for sale. Please Call 845-709-7161.

LOST Mens Longines watch, rectangular face. 845-3568935 Car key at Beis Hachaim in Monsey 425-6432

FULLY INSURED

FINAL CLEANING WEEKLY CLEANING DEMOLITION RUBBISH REMOVAL

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MEN’S RESPITE PROGRAM SENIOR STAFF needed to work with high functioning young men to run organized program and create curriculum. MUST DRIVE

Mon-Thurs: 3:30-6:30PM, Sunday: 9AM-4PM Great Salary, Sign-on Bonus CALL: 845-354-3233 EXT.1242 CELL: 845-596-2487 EMAIL: DHALBERSTAM@CHESED247.ORG

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845-746-7248

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CALL:

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Personal Training With Amanda

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Certified by The American Academy of Personal Training

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GREAT OPPORTUNITY Looking for a women or girl age 18+ to babysit a child in client’s home on Sundays from 12:00-4:00 P.M. Bluefield Area Great Pay for the right candidate! Great pay for the right candidate.

Please call (845)414-5555 #304 September 17, 2021

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Eternity ring a very long time ago. 845-352-4850 or 718607-5777 An earring on Maple Ave. near Kings point on 1st day Rosh Hashana. Phone 845425-1445, lv msg WIC card ending 4483 Sunday Sept 12 on Neil Rd. Call or text 659-1265 Money in Shoppers Haven week of Rosh Hashanah 845422-7645 Brown floafer on Monsey Blvd on Tuesday Aug 31.8455458454 Black cardigan in Lingerie shop 9/10. 718-972-1128 If you left a foldable chair in a bag in a taxi, please call: 845-659-6726

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LATE ADS KARATE TEACHER Looking for a teenage girl who knows basic Karate and would like to earn some money on the side. For more information please call: 845558-5896 PRIVATE HOUSE Over 2100 square foot high ranch in the Grandview 306 area for sale asking price 680k call Eli Moskowitz 3760906

MANAGEMENT PUT YOUR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN THE RIGHT HANDS Real Estate management office that specializes in retail and industrial properties, willing to manage your commercial and industrial properties. Email requests to pg@ madisonreal.com DINING ROOM TABLE 9’ dining room table in great condition for sale. Price reduced - asking: $1,000. Pictures available. Call/text 917.776.3422

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Is looking to hire devoted staff to join our amazing team.

IT’S A WIN WIN SITUATION

Female assistant and aides needed for special needs classroom. Full and Part time position available.

Make a difference in someone’s life, feel fulfilled and get paid for it!

Part time School Psychologist needed for Special Needs School. Individual and group counseling, testing, social skills groups. New York State Certification required.

MyZone is looking to hire talented and devoted girls/women as staff for our amazing respite program. Heimishe environment, great pay, transportation provided. Exciting events exclusively for staff. Gain experience!

Special Education Teachers needed for the 2021-2022 school year. New York State Certification required. Experience with ABA preferred. Full Time position

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7 SHUART DR OFF VIOLA 7 GARDEN TER. OFF VIOLA 7 CONCORD DR 22 SUZANNE DR Apt 111 35 DECATUR AVE 7 MAPLE TERR Unit 201 1 ROMAN BLVD Unit 203 8 KAUFMAN CT 10 ELYON ROAD 18 SECOR STREET 8 GIBBS CT 1 OAK GLEN ROAD 8 HORIZON #304 18 ZABRISKIE TER. 66 WEST MAPLE 6 CARLTON LANE 22 CAMEO RIDGE 3 WAVERLY 6 OLYMPIA LANE 37 WITZEL CT 78 COLLEGE RD 12 CAVILLE DRIVE

CHESTNUT RIDGE

Frankel Lefkowitz Braun Feder Cohen Ostreicher Shain Stessel Knoll Weinstein Wertheimer Reich Taub Goldberg

207 SADDLE RIVER 136 ROCK HILL RD 21 GILLMAN TER 33 BECKETT CT 6 PERTH AVE 14 BLUEJAY ST 18 ANN BLVD 13 CANNAN ROAD 988 CHESTNUT RIDGE RD 13 ELDERADO DR 21 MILROSE LN 643 S. PASCACK RD 7 DUNDEE CT 32 WALLACE DRIVE

SOUTH MONSEY

Rokeach Weiss Fern Brezner

9 EHRET DR 18 SOUTH MONSEY 11 BALANCHINE 54 REGINA RD

MONTEBELLO

Appel Leitner

10 CHAMPION PKWY 8 HENRY COURT

SPRING VALLEY

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1 SOUTH RIGAUD 2 MERRICK DRIVE 41 YALE DRIVE 47 BLUEFIELD Unit 202 5 ELM STREET Unit 411 129 HARRIET TUBMAN Unit 203 84 FRANCIS PLACE 15 SNEDEN CT Apt 104 25 (old 11) VINCENT RD 1101 PARKVIEW DR 2101 VALLEYSIDE DR

NEW HEMPSTEAD 2 SANSBERRY LANE 1 BROCKTON ROAD

Jacobs Schwab

W E S L E Y / FO R S H AY

Sofer Shipper Nussbaum Ishakis Kirshenbaum

6 PEARL DRIVE 3 VAN WINKLE RD 3 VILLAGE GREEN 10 HOLLAND LANE 10 SOUTH PARKER

NEW CITY

Goldenberg Miltz Weinstien

1 SCENIC VISTA DR 11 PEACHTREE RD 20 CARTERET DR

HAVERSTRAW

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Simon Field Gould Straus Reidel

AIRMONT

Klein Schreiber Schwarcz Hershkowitz Eisenbach Pinkasovits Blau Lok Rosenberg

2 APPLELAND ROAD 8 ELEANOR PLACE 12 TWIN LAKES DR 9 SOUTH POST LN 4 EAST BLOSSOM RD 4 AMANDA CT 20 DALE ROAD 4 HAMPTON RD 4 MARGO CT

September 17, 2021

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‫היסטארישע‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫דורכברוך‪:‬‬ ‫ערב יום‬ ‫הקדוש‬ ‫און הושענא‬ ‫רבה‬ ‫ביים ציון התנא האלקי רבי‬

‫מאיר בעל הנס אין טבריה‬ ‫און ביים ציון התנא האלקי‬ ‫רשב"י אין אתרא קדישא מירון‬

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‫דק‬

‫ת‬

‫רבי מאיר‬

‫ב‬ ‫על‬

‫נעמט א טייל אין שטיצן טויזענטער עניי ארץ ישראל‬

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‫‪donary.com/1403‬‬ ‫די גבאי כולל רבי‬ ‫מאיר בעל הנס וועלן‬ ‫קומען אפנעמען‬ ‫אייער פושקע‬

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‫‪718.388.1168 | Office@rebmeir7.com‬‬

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‫‪$100 $50‬‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫מען‬ ‫מזכיר‬ ‫זיין‬ ‫אייער‬ ‫נאמען‬

‫וויליאמסבורג‬

‫מאנסי‬

‫וועט‬ ‫געליינט‬ ‫ווערן א‬ ‫קוויטל מיט‬ ‫די נעמען‬ ‫פון אייך‬ ‫און פון די‬ ‫גאנצע‬ ‫משפחה‪.‬‬

‫קרית יואל‬

‫‪845.637.4143 845.200.0743 929.289.2639‬‬


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‫וואלונטירן פון די מאנסי עירוב ביים אונטערזוכן און פאררעכטן דעם עירוב אין די פארנומענע ערב יום טוב טעג‬

‫אינהאלטסרייכער סיום געפראוועט מיט א גאר רייכע פראגראם פאר תלמידים פון די וועלט בארימטע קנין משנה פראגראם‬

‫מזל טוב וואונטש ביי די וואך נאכט‬ ‫פון די אנפירער פון 'מתמידי טאלאנט'‬ ‫אונטערגעשריבן דורך קרוב צו‬ ‫‪ 4,000‬תלמידים‬

‫הגה"צ דומ"ץ שיכון סקווירא‬ ‫בבדיקת אתרוגים‬

‫האדמו"ר מוויזניץ בביקור אצל‬ ‫אחיו האדמו"ר מוויזניץ‬

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‫שוק ארבע מינים‬ ArbA MiniM Shuk Convenient Location YSv nEw bOYS building 121 college road

Lots of Parking!

ErEv SuccoS

Shuk OpenS 7:30AM

NEW! Bez”H, Rabbi Shlomo Perlstein Rosh Kolel, Kolel Choshen Mishpat of Monsey will be a available on site to answer sheilos on arba minim on erev yom tov from 10-12:30

‫ שחרית‬will be at 7:00 am

Variety of many Sochrim


From the ”Fish Kup” till the “Hulaptchas” and everything in between. We got you covered with all take out and catering.

.‫קאפ‬ .‫קרעפל‬ .‫קרויט‬ .‫קידוש‬ .‫קעטרינג‬

Place you orders now! 8 Remsen Ave Monsey NY | (845) 579-2424 | info@leilshishidiner.com


‫ערהאלט‬ ‫שיירי‬ ‫מלבוש‬ ‫פונעם‬ ‫צדיק!‬


‫בס"ד‬

‫שותפות‬ ‫מיט'ן‬ ‫צדיק‬

‫"גלימא קדישא איז א חידוש'פולע פראדוקט‪ ,‬ערצייגט צום‬ ‫‪'26‬סטן יארצייט פונעם הייליגן צדיק פון ריבניץ זי"ע‪ ,‬און‬ ‫באשטייט פון די שיירי בגד וואס דער צדיק האט געטון‬ ‫עבודתו הקדושה מלובש דערינען‪ ,‬געזעצט אויף‬ ‫א הערליכן לעדערנעם קארטל געאייגענט צו‬ ‫האלטן אין טאש וכדו'‪ ,‬און טראגט מיט‬ ‫זיך דעם שמירה לברכה והצלחה פונעם‬ ‫צדיק דורכאויס אלע שעות פונעם טאג‪,‬‬

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‫‪845.250.1818‬‬ ‫בלייבט מקושר צום רבי'ן א גאנץ יאר דורך תהלים ריבניץ!‬


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‫פארקינג‬ ‫און‬ ‫טראנספארטאציע‬ ‫בעזהשי"ת‬

‫צום ציון הקדוש אין ריבניץ ‪ -‬ביומא דהילולא קדישא ‪ -‬אסרו חג סוכות‬

‫פארקינג‬

‫שאטעלס‬

‫עס איז צוגעשטעלט געווארן פאר אייער‬ ‫באקוועמליכקייט פון ‪ 1:45‬נאכמיטאג און ווייטער‬ ‫צוויי פארקינג לאטס‪:‬‬

‫עס וועלן כסדר פארן שאטעלס אהין‪-‬און‪-‬צוריק פון‬ ‫די פארקינג לאטס‬ ‫באזונדער פאר מענער\פרויען‬

‫‪Parking lot #1‬‬

‫פון ‪ 1:45‬מיטאג ביז ‪ 9:30‬ביינאכט‬

‫ביטע אויספאלגן די אנווייזונגען פון די עסקנים און‬ ‫שילדן אויפ'ן ארט‪ ,‬און אויך די גדרי הצניעות‬

‫‪Ramapo High School‬‬ ‫‪400 Viola Rd. Spring Valley, NY 10977‬‬

‫פרויען‬

‫מענער‬

‫יעדע ‪ 5‬מינוט‬

‫‪Parking lot #2‬‬

‫יעדע ‪ 15‬מינוט‬

‫די פאליציי בעט אז מען זאל נישט קומען צופיס אויף די ראודס‪ ,‬ווייל עס קען‬ ‫קומען צו א סכנה‪.‬‬

‫בנות ישראל‬

‫‪229 Maple Ave. Monsey NY 10952‬‬

‫אלע שאטל באסעס וועלן פארן מיט א‬ ‫ספעציעלע ‪Express Route‬‬ ‫אן קיין טרעפיק‬

‫ביטע נוצן נאר די שאטעלס‪ ,‬ווייל‬

‫פון ‪ 1:45‬און ווייטער וועט די בית החיים זיין‬ ‫פארמאכט פאר טרעפיק!‬

‫און וועלן אריין פארן אינעם בית החיים‬

‫פארקינג פונעם זמן מוצאי יו”ט ביז ‪ 1:45‬נאכמיטאג נאר אויפן בית החיים‬ ‫ביטע נישט פארקן בעפאר ‪ 1:45‬אין די אנדערע פארקינג לאטס‬

‫וויליאמסבורג‬

‫וויליאמסבורג‬

‫בארא פארק‬

‫בארא פארק‬

‫קרית יואל‬

‫יעדע ‪30‬‬ ‫מינוט‬

‫יעדע ‪10‬‬ ‫מינוט‬

‫יעדע ‪30‬‬ ‫מינוט‬

‫יעדע ‪15‬‬ ‫מינוט‬

‫‪5:00‬‬

‫ויואל משה זאל‬

‫פון ‪ 12:45‬ביז ‪3:00‬‬

‫ויואל משה זאל‬

‫פון ‪ 3:00‬ביז ‪6:00‬‬

‫צוריק קיין וומסב”ג‬ ‫פון ‪ 4:15‬ביז ‪9:00‬‬

‫‪ 14‬עוו‪ .‬און ‪ 49‬סט‪.‬‬ ‫פון ‪ 12:45‬ביז ‪3:00‬‬

‫‪ 14‬עוו‪ .‬און ‪ 49‬סט‪.‬‬ ‫פון ‪ 3:00‬ביז ‪6:00‬‬

‫צוריק קיין ב”פ‬

‫‪1:00‬‬

‫‪Locust st. cor. Hanover way‬‬

‫‪1:05‬‬

‫‪River Av. cor. Cross St.‬‬

‫‪1:10‬‬

‫‪River Av. cor. Oak St.‬‬

‫שאפינג סענטער‬

‫‪1:20‬‬

‫‪Kennedy Bl. cor. Squankum Rd.‬‬

‫צוריק קיין ק”י‬

‫פון ‪ 4:15‬ביז ‪9:00‬‬

‫לעיקוואד‬

‫באסעס‬ ‫קיין‬ ‫ריבניץ‬

‫צוריק קיין לעיקוואד‬

‫‪7:45‬‬

‫אכטונג זקנים חשובים און גבאים פון רבנים‪:‬‬

‫צו ערהאלטן ערלויבעניש צו קענען פארקן נעבן‬ ‫ביה"ח נאך ‪ 1:45‬נאכמיטאג‪ ,‬ביטע זיך מעלדן אויף‬ ‫‪845-397-7757‬‬ ‫שפעטסטנס ביז אין טאג פון יאצ"ט ‪ 10:00‬צופרי‬

‫האטס גע'פועל'ט אלעס גוטס!‬ ‫כברכת‪:‬‬

‫וועד הפועל ציון הרה"ק מ'ריבניץ זי"ע‬ ‫שע"י תלמוד תורה תשב"ר נחלת חיים ‪ -‬ריבניץ‬

‫‪6:00‬‬

‫*בלויז‬ ‫פאר‬ ‫מענער‬


‫בעזהשי"ת‬

‫מ‬ ‫ו‬ ‫הנכם‬ ‫ז‬ ‫מ‬ ‫נ‬ ‫י‬ ‫ם!‬ ‫בהתרגשות דקדושה מתכבדים אנו בזה להזמין את פני‬

‫מעלת כבוד חסידים‬ ‫ואנשי מעשה שיחיו‬ ‫לבוא ולהשתתף אצל‬

‫סעודת הילולא‬ ‫וסיום הש"ס‬ ‫לרגל יודה״ל של רבינו הקדוש‪ ,‬פועל ישועות בקרב הארץ‬

‫כ"ק אדמו"ר‬

‫מריבניץ‬ ‫זצוקללה״ה‬

‫שתתקיים בעז"ה ביום‬

‫בראשית‬ ‫ה'‬ ‫כ"ד תשרי הבעל"ט‬

‫מתפללים ומשת‬ ‫משך‬ ‫כל היום‬

‫מעמד עת רצון תש‬ ‫אצל ב”ר‬

‫טחים‬

‫ציון המציונת‬

‫בשעה ‪12:00‬‬

‫בבית החיים דקהל‬ ‫תורת חיים וויזניץ‬

‫בהתאספות תלמידי מוסדות ריבניץ‪ ,‬בני רביה”ק‬ ‫זי”ע להתפלל ולפעול רחמים עלינו ועל טפינו וזרעינו‬ ‫כבנים המתחטאים לפני אביהם‬

‫‪290 Route 306, Monsey NY‬‬

‫פ ים ומ ש‬ ‫מתאס לסעודת תתפ םי‬ ‫ההילולא‬

‫באולם אטריום‬

‫‪401 Route 59, Monsey NY‬‬

‫נט״י‪ 7:00 :‬בערב‬ ‫ברהמ״ז ‪10:30‬‬

‫עובדות וסיפורים‬

‫ע”י הרבנים הגאונים שליט”א‪ ,‬ונאמני בית רביה”ק זי”ע‬

‫הסעודה נתנדב ע"י ידידינו הרבני החסיד המרומם‬

‫הר"ר שרגא יעקב האפמאן הי"ו‬ ‫ממקורבי רביה”ק זי”ע‬

‫בברכת פועל'ט אלעס גוטס!‬

‫וועד הפועל‬


‫בס״ד‬

‫סוכות תשפ‘ב לפ‘‘ק‬

‫גאסן אריין‬ ‫פון די ַ‬ ‫אין ישיבה!‬ ‫צוויי ברידערלעך זענען זיי‪ .‬איידעלע און‬ ‫ערליכע בחורים‪ .‬אין אנהויב פון פארגאנגענעם‬ ‫זמן ָהאבן זיי צום באדויערן זיך אנגעשטויסן מיט‬ ‫פארשידענע פראבלעמען נישט קענענדיג זיך‬ ‫צופאסן געהעריג צו א ישיבה‪ .‬די ישיבות איבעראל‬ ‫האבן אלע אפגעזאגט‪ ,‬און אלס טרויעריגער‬ ‫רעזולטאט האבן זיי דורכאויס'ן זומער זמן זיך‬ ‫געפינען אויף דער גאס ליידער‪.‬‬

‫דערציטערט פאר'ן עתיד פון אירע קינדערלעך‪,‬‬ ‫און פארווייטאגט ביז די טיפענישן פון הארץ‪,‬‬ ‫האט די צובראכענע מאמע ָאנגערופן "תהלים‬ ‫כולל"‪ .‬מיט א געשטיקטע שטימע האט זי‬ ‫איינגעשריבן די נעמען פון אירע צוויי בחורים‪ ,‬און‬ ‫זי האט זיך געבעטן מען זאל זיי אינזינען האבן‬ ‫געהאלפן צו ווערן מיט פאסיגע ישיבות צום נייעם‬ ‫זמן‪.‬‬

‫נישט לאנג האט געדויערט און די הייליגע‬ ‫ַקאּפיטלען תהלים ָהאבן ב"ה גע'פועל'ט דאס‬ ‫זייעריגע‪ .‬מיט פרייד האבן די עלטערן ענדליך‬ ‫ערהאלטן די מעלדונג פון א גוט‪-‬באקאנטע‬ ‫חשוב'ע ישיבה ווָ אס טוט באוויליגן אריינצונעמען‬ ‫די בחורים אויפ'ן קומענדיגן ווינטער זמן שנת‬ ‫תשע"ד לפ"ק‪.‬‬

‫יעצט צו די הייליגע טעג האט די גליקליכע‬ ‫אידישע מאמע נאך איין הארציגע בקשה‪:‬‬ ‫"אין די הייליגע טעג בעט אויס מיט'ן תהלים'ל אז‬ ‫מיינע טייערע קינדער זאלן זיך קענען טאקע‬ ‫איינגלידערן אין די נייע ישיבות מיט הצלחה‪ ,‬אלעס‬ ‫זאל זיך אויסארבעטן צום בעסטן‪ ,‬און מיר זאלן‬ ‫קענען זען פון זיי שטענדיג בלויז אידיש נחת אי"ה‪" .‬‬

‫רופט יעצט זיך צו איינשרייבן‬ ‫פאר א יערליכע מעמבערשיפ‪:‬‬

‫תהילים‬ ‫עפיזאדן‬

‫‪718.705.7174‬‬ ‫‪INFO@TEHILLIMKOLLEL.ORG‬‬


‫מ’ ווידמ’עט זיך צום‪......‬‬

‫‪15 Widman Ct. Spring Valley, NY 10977‬‬

‫אלע געברויכן לכבוד סוכות‬ ‫אונטער איין דאך‬ ‫ד’ מינים‬ ‫אתרוגים‬ ‫לולבים‬ ‫הדסים‬ ‫ערבות‬ ‫אגודת ד’ מינים‬ ‫וואו אויך‪....‬‬ ‫אנדערע געברויכן‬ ‫וכו’‬

‫נאך געבליבן געציילטע טישן פאר סוחרים‬ ‫צו באשטעלן ביטע רופט שוין‪:‬‬

‫‪845.579.2090‬‬

‫פאפא זאל‬

‫‪15 Widman Ct.‬‬ ‫‪Spring Valley, NY 10977‬‬

‫!!‬

‫‪W‬‬ ‫‪E‬‬

‫‪N‬‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫הכנסת ספר תורה שנכתב ע״י בנש״ק הרב ר' שמואל ישעי׳ פרידמאן‬ ‫יצא מבית אביו הרב החסיד בנש״ק רבי יואל אהרן פרידמאן לבית המדרש ויואל משה ד׳סאטמאר מאנסי בהשתתפות האדמו״ר מסאטמאר‬

‫‪The Monsey View‬‬

‫‪432‬‬


DESIGNIX - 718.578.4480

845.371.1495 59 ROUTE 59 INFO@BAISHASFORIM.COM AT THE TOWN SQUARE MALL


‫משה רעיא מהימנא‬

September 17, 2021

The Monsey View

www.themonseyview.com · 845.600.8484

435


‫‪jcmteam.com‬‬

‫דעם קומעדיגן ר"ח חשון צום נייעם זמן‬

‫ווארט מער נישט קיין איין מינוט!‬

‫טייערע יונגל;‬

‫דער‬ ‫חבורה‬ ‫וואס קען‬ ‫מיר טוישן‬ ‫אויף‬ ‫"אייביג“‬


‫שרייבט אייך איין‬ ‫אין מתמידים לדעת‬ ‫און פארדינט פולע‬ ‫מתנות‬

‫חבורת‬ ‫קיצור שלחן‬ ‫ערוך הייבט‬ ‫אן סימן א'‬ ‫סעיף א'‬

‫‪5 3 2 7‬‬

‫‪5 3 2 7‬‬

‫‪718.480.LDAS‬‬

‫‪845.352.LDAS‬‬ ‫צו הערן איבער‬ ‫די מתמידים רופט‪:‬‬

‫רופט‬ ‫אריין‬ ‫אין‬ ‫אפיס‬

‫חבורת‬ ‫משנה‬ ‫ברורה‬ ‫הייבט אן‬ ‫סימן א'‬

‫חבורת משניות‬ ‫סדר פון צוויי‬ ‫און‪-‬א‪-‬האלב‬ ‫יאר הייבט אן‬ ‫סדר מועד‬

‫חבורת‬ ‫משניות סדר‬ ‫פון פיר יאר‬ ‫הייבט אן‬ ‫סדר מועד‬

‫חבורת‬ ‫משניות סדר‬ ‫פון מועד ב'‬ ‫הייבט אן‬ ‫מסכת יומא‬

‫הייבן אלע אונזערע חבורת אן נייע‬ ‫ענינים מיט א פרישקייט‪ ,‬מאך זיכער אז‬ ‫דו ביזט א חלק דו ביזט א חלק דערפון‪.‬‬


.‫לכבוד יום טוב‬

Monroe: 59 Forest Road | Monsey: Town Square 59 RT 59 NEW Monticello: Men ‘s center at the Mountain Mall, 321 East Broadway

845.846.7463 WWW.INFINITYSHOESUSA.COM


‫בעזהשי"ת | לכבוד שמחת החג‬

‫חיים איצקאוויטש פרעזענטירט‪:‬‬

‫לייוו הוק‪-‬אפ‬ ‫פון אלע ‪ 3‬שפילן‬

‫פרייז‪:‬‬

‫‪$30‬‬ ‫דאנערשטאג‬

‫א' דחוה"מ‬ ‫‪12:00 PM | 7:00 PM‬‬

‫בעזהשי"ת‬

‫אלע לאקאציעס‬ ‫וועלן זיין פאר‬ ‫מענער און פרויען‬

‫זונטאג‬

‫‪SEPARATE SEATING‬‬

‫ד' דחוה"מ‬ ‫‪12:30 PM‬‬

‫בארא פארק‪:‬‬ ‫‪Bethel‬‬ ‫‪4802 15th Ave‬‬ ‫‪Brooklyn, NY 11219‬‬

‫טיקעטס וועט מען‬ ‫קענען קויפן ביים טיר‬

‫חול המועד סוכות תשפ"ב לפ"ק‬ ‫קעטסקילס‪:‬‬

‫מאנסי‪:‬‬

‫קעטסקילס‪:‬‬

‫‪The Lakehouse Hotel Machne Bais Rochel Beis Rochel School‬‬ ‫‪114 Lake House Rd 224 Pleasant Valley Rd 145 Saddle River Rd‬‬ ‫‪Monsey, NY 10952‬‬

‫‪South Fallsburg, NY 12779‬‬

‫‪Woodridge, NY 12789‬‬

‫קעטסקילס‪:‬‬ ‫‪Raleigh Hotel‬‬ ‫‪680 Heiden Rd‬‬ ‫‪South Fallsburg, NY 12779‬‬

‫פאר הוק‪-‬אפס אין די היימישע געגענטער אינדרויסן פון ניו יארק זעהט באזונדערע לאקאלע מודעות‬ ‫‪S p o n s o r s :‬‬

‫‪Info Line: 718-480-5899‬‬

‫אונזער שפיל ווערט צוגעשטעלט פאר אידישע קינדער בנים למקום‪ ,‬וועמענס לעבן איז געבויעט אויף העכערקייט און תורה ומצוות‪ ,‬לכבוד שמחת‬ ‫יום טוב צו פארברענגען אין א היימישע סביבה‪ ,‬ביי א שפיל מלא תוכן ויר"ש‪ ,‬וואס ווערט דורכגעזיפט און באגלייט דורך חשוב'ע מחנכים שליט"א‪.‬‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫הכנסת ספר תורה שנכתב ע״י בנש״ק הרב ר' שמואל ישעי׳ פרידמאן‬ ‫יצא מבית אביו הרב החסיד בנש״ק רבי יואל אהרן פרידמאן לבית המדרש ויואל משה ד׳סאטמאר מאנסי בהשתתפות האדמו״ר מסאטמאר‬

‫‪The Monsey View‬‬

‫‪440‬‬


‫בעזהשי"ת‬

‫וויכטיגע אנווייזונגען בנוגע דעם "טאקטיק" שפיל ‪ -‬חוה"מ סוכות הבעל"ט‬ ‫טיקעטס און זיץ פלעצער‬ ‫ביטע זייט זיכער ארויסצופרינטן אייער‬ ‫טיקעטס‪ ,‬עס איז ראטזאם אז יעדע טיקעט‬ ‫זאל זיין עקסטער‪ ,‬און יעדער זאל האלטן‬ ‫זיין טיקעט אין די האנט‪ ,‬כדי עס זאל גיין‬ ‫גרינג און שנעל דאס אריין קומען אין זאל‪.‬‬ ‫ביטע מאכט זיכער אז איר זיצט‬ ‫״נאר״ אויף אייער זיץ‪ ,‬אפילו אויב אן‬ ‫אנדערע פלאץ קוקט אויס ליידיג ביטע‬ ‫זיך נישט אהין רוקן‪ ,‬עס ווערט א גרויס‬ ‫איבערקערעניש און עס שטערט אלע‬ ‫ארומיגע‪ ,‬און קען ברענגען א חילול ה'‪.‬‬

‫עסן‬ ‫מטעם די זאל איז מען גאר שטרענג‬ ‫איבער אריין ברענגען עסן אין זאל און זיי‬ ‫פארסירן דאס גאר שטרענג‪ ,‬עס וועט נישט‬ ‫אריין געלאזט ווערן קיין שום עסן אדער‬ ‫סיי וועלכע זעקלעך אינעם זאל‪.‬‬ ‫עס וועט זיין צוגעשטעלט א צימער‬ ‫וואו מ׳וועט קענען איבערלאזן בעגס אדער‬ ‫מאנטלעך וכדו׳‪ .‬מיר נעמען נישט קיין שום‬ ‫אחריות אויף איבערגעלאזטע חפצים‪.‬‬ ‫עס וועט פארקויפט ווערן לייכטע‬ ‫איבערבייס און געטראנקען‪.‬‬

‫פארן‪.‬‬ ‫ביים באס פון ‪ 15‬מינוט פארן זמן ָ‬ ‫די פרייז פון א באס טיקעט איז‬ ‫‪ $20‬א ראונד טריפ‪ ,‬און ‪ $15‬איין וועג‪.‬‬ ‫זעהט ווייטער דעם סדר און פלאץ פון‬ ‫די באסעס פון אלע געגענטער‪.‬‬ ‫ביטע מאכט זיכער גוט אוועק צו לייגן‬ ‫אייער טיקעט פאר'ן וועג צוריק‪ .‬אן א‬ ‫טיקעט וועט מען נישט קענען צוריק ארויף‬ ‫גיין אויפ'ן באס‪.‬‬ ‫איידער איר גייט ארויף אויפ'ן באס‬ ‫נאכ'ן שפיל‪ ,‬מאכט זיכער אז איר זענט‬ ‫ארויף אויפן באס וואס פירט צום ריכטיגן‬ ‫פלאץ‪ .‬מיר קענען נישט נעמען קיין שום‬ ‫אחריות אין פאל פון א טעות‪.‬‬

‫קארס‬ ‫אויב קומט איר מיט אן אייגענעם‬ ‫קאר מאכט זיכער ארויסצופארן גענוג‬ ‫פרי‪ ,‬סּפעציעל אין די נאכמיטאג שעות‬ ‫קען זיין שווערע טרעפיק‪ .‬עס איז דא א‬ ‫ּפארקינג לאט אקעגן איבער דעם זאל פאר‬ ‫א מינימאלע אפצאל‪ ,‬אויב פלאנט איר דאס‬ ‫צו ניצן לייגט אריין די פאלגענדע‪ .‬אדרעס‬ ‫אין אייער ‪.GPS‬‬

‫‪90 Atlantic St, Stamford, CT‬‬

‫באסעס‬

‫וויליאמסבורג‬

‫א חג כשר ושמח‬

‫וויכטיגע אנווייזונגען‬

‫באס טיקעטס וועט מען קענען קויפן‬

‫בעדפארד העכער די הייוועי‬ ‫‪Show #1 10:00 am‬‬ ‫‪Show #2 4:30 pm‬‬ ‫‪Show #3 10:30 am‬‬

‫אויספאלגן אלע אנווייזונגען פון די‬ ‫באאמטע אין זאל‪ .‬ביטע פארשטיין אז‬ ‫אין פאל פון נויט ‪ -‬אויב שיקן זיי איינעם‬ ‫ארויס פון זאל ‪ -‬קענען מיר גארנישט‬ ‫טון דערוועגן‪ ,‬עס איז זייער רעכט צו‬ ‫האלטן דעם זאל קאנטראלירט ווי אזוי זיי‬ ‫פארשטייען‪.‬‬ ‫ביי די בייטאג שפילן וועט בעז"ה זיין‬ ‫משגיחים וועלכע וועלן זיך כסדר דרייען‬ ‫אינעם זיכער מאכן אז אלעס איז בסדר‪,‬‬ ‫אויב דארף מען סיי וועלכע הילף זאל מען‬ ‫זיך צו זיי ווענדן‪.‬‬ ‫מיר ווילן דאנקען אונזערע חשוב'ע‬ ‫באטייליגער פארן אויסוועלן אונזער‬ ‫הערליכע טאקטיק שפיל צו פארברענגען‬ ‫און זיך אונטערהאלטן דעם חול המועל‬ ‫הבעל״ט‪.‬‬ ‫אונזער שפיל ווערט צוגעשטעלט פאר‬ ‫אידישע קינדער בנים למקום‪ ,‬וועמענס‬ ‫לעבן איז געבויעט אויף העכערקייט און‬ ‫תורה ומצוות‪ ,‬לכבוד שמחת יום טוב צו‬ ‫פארברענגען אין א היימישע סביבה‪ ,‬ביי‬ ‫א שפיל מלא תוכן ויר"ש‪ ,‬וואס ווערט‬ ‫דורכגעזיפט און באגלייט דורך חשוב'ע‬ ‫מחנכים שליט"א‪.‬‬

‫די אומגלויבליך פאמיליע‬

‫ביטע מאכן א קידוש השם און‬

‫סדר פון די באסעס צום שפיל‪:‬‬ ‫שיכון סקווירא‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫בארא פארק‬ ‫‪Washington ave. Between Bush ln‬‬

‫‪14th av bet. 52 and 53‬‬ ‫‪Show #1 9:15 am‬‬ ‫‪Show# 2 4:15 pm‬‬ ‫‪Show #3 9:45 am‬‬

‫באס סטאפ ביי מעיפל און ‪306‬‬ ‫‪Show #1 10:00 am‬‬ ‫‪Show #2 5:00 pm‬‬ ‫‪Show #1 10:30 am‬‬

‫‪and Jackson ave‬‬

‫‪Show #1 10:00 am‬‬ ‫‪Show #2 5:00 pm‬‬ ‫‪Show #3 10:30 am‬‬

‫די פרייז פון א באס טיקעט איז ‪$20‬‬ ‫א ראונד טריפ‪ ,‬און ‪ $15‬איין וועג‪.‬‬

‫קרית יואל‬ ‫ביים שאפינג סענטער‬ ‫‪Show #1 1 9:45 am‬‬ ‫‪Show #2 2 4:45 pm‬‬ ‫‪Show #3 3 10:15 am‬‬

‫‪Buy your‬‬ ‫‪tickets online at‬‬

‫‪Toktikplay.com‬‬ ‫‪The Palace at Stamford‬‬

‫‪Info Line: 718-480-5899‬‬

‫‪61 Atlantic St, Stamford, CT 06901‬‬

‫חול המועד סוכות תשפ"ב לפ"ק‬ ‫‪S p o n s o r s :‬‬


‫דער‬ ‫פראבלעם‬ ‫איז דא‪:‬‬

‫‪HERE AGAIN DUE TO‬‬ ‫!‪POPULAR DEMAND‬‬

‫גאר אסאך קינדער‬ ‫פלאגן זיך מיט‬

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Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 316 SEPTEMBER 17, 2021

FYI: LUMBER

‫פרשת האזינו‬ ‫י”א תשרי תשפ”ב‬

CHOL HAMOED SUKKOS 5782

Important Notice: With the fluid COVID-19 situation, closures and hours are constantly changing. Despite our best efforts to present up-to-the-minute information, things may have changed after print. Before heading out, please call destinations to verify that the information is still current and inquire about visitor guidelines or attraction closures. Many New York City attractions require photo ID and proof of vaccination. Masks are required at many attractions. Please be aware that the hours listed are for the week of chol hamoed. Hours may vary for different times. Wishing our readers enjoyable and safe trips!

Excursions sponsored by:

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.

INSIDE:

Chol Hamoed Excursio ns Supplem ent

IN THE SPIRIT OF THE USHPIZIN Gedolim who brought the lessons to life

CLOUDS OF FAITH It was a supernatural existence inside the Ananei Hakavod

THE SWEETNESS OF SIMCHAS TORAH

EASY-BREEZY BEAUTIES

Hakafos get even more special when kids find the candy man!

Disposable tablescapes that don’t disappoint

HOSHANOS FROM UP HIGH

A FRESH TAKE ON FISH

A message of comfort at the perfect moment

PLUS A Special Sukkos Recipe Collection

158 // Inbox

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

170 //

Of Tiles and Styles

180 //

The Impostor

196 //

Week in Review

207 //

The Black Sheep

219 //

Fabulous Fish

230 //

Oldies But Goodies

Telephone:

244 //

The Ushpizin

Fax:

266 //

Clouds of Glory

E-mail:

280 //

Easy Elegance

296 //

Candy and Joy

307 //

Lighting the Way

D. GORALNIK Content Editor:

R. REESE

Associate Editor:

E.M. NEIMAN Food Editor:

M.P. WERCBERGER Creative Director:

AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator:

R. ITZKOWITZ

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845-600-8484 845-600-8483 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. Limit one (1) per family

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Fun Pages

400 // Classifieds 420 // Pictures


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