Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Tisha B'Av Lakewood 5777- 2017 Shiurim Events info

                               כל המתאבל על ירושלים זוכה ורואה בשמחתה
                                         Watch LIVE at the Kosel HERE  
Halachos of Motzei Tisha B'Av

The limitations of the "Three Weeks" and the "Nine Days" continue until midday of the 10th of Av. This includes the prohibition of music, haircuts, meat and wine, laundering and bathing.







Fast begins at shkia/ Sunset - 8:11 PM  Maariv in BMG Botei Medrashim 9:01 pm
             
Fast Ends: My Zmanim: One who finds fasting difficult may eat at -8:48 PM 
One who does not find fasting difficult should wait until the time for מוצאי שבת at -8:56 PM



Tisha B'Av day

Brog Shiva info for Tisha B'Av 4:00pm- 7:00 pm Mincha is at 7:00pm

-Pine River village Tisha B'Av event in the shul 6:30  watch it Live Here 
36 Goldcrest speakers:
 Rav Yitzchock Dwek, Rav Ytzchock Sorotzkin Rav Doniel Neustadt

-6:30 Drasha at  KZY R' Gissinger shul  by Rav Simcha Bunim Cohen shlita

Motzei Tisha B'Av

10:15-11:30 Seder limud in BMG Bais Yitzchok binyan Herzka  lizchus Rav Matisyahu ben Ettil L'refuah shleima and Liluy Nishmas R' Meir Leib Brog Z"l. 11:15 Divrei Hisoirerus Harav Yeruchom Olshin shlita


BD'E: Levaya today for Rav Asher Anshel Goldberg Z"L at 2:00 in Somrei Hadas Boro Park father of Baruch Goldberg, Kevura in EY.


R’ Pinchos Podrabinik z”l, one of the last remaining Although Mirrers. He was 93 years old. Levaya took place today at the chapel off 7th street in Lakewood Kevurah Will be in Queens.

Brog Shiva info for Tisha B'Av 4:00pm- 7:00 pm Mincha is at 7:00pm

- 2:30-6:00 pm The story of churban Bayis Sheni , The Crusades,  Spanish inquisition and Expulsion by Rabbi Yoseph Eisen author of "Miraculous Journey"  at Ateres Yeshaya  908 E. County Line rd 
For Men. 

-Lutzk: Rabbi Moshe Homnick shlita will Tisha Bav Day שחרית 9:00 Shiur will continue throughout the day after Mincha Gedola 1:38

-Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation: "Emunah For Life" $13 adult $10 student Men: at Tiferes Bais Yaakov 613 Oak st. 2:45 and 5:00 pm
Women: at  Bais Faiga Hall  Program A 2:30 pm & 6:30 program B 4:30 

-NPGS all stores open 2-7pm, Gourmet Glatt open 1:00 pm-8:30 pm  Evergreen 1:30- 8:45 Kosher west open

-Day Camp-Tisha B'av day camp at Camp Ahavas Torah for all Lakewood boys Primary- 8th grade from 2-4 pm The  living Torah museum special show about the Churban. Non campers pay $10  at  Lakewood Cheder building Vasser Avenue



 - Tisha B'Av Night-  Ateres Yeshaya 10:40 pm Drasha by Rav Simcha Bunim    Cohen shlita , Rav Yerucham Olshin shlita , Rav Yitzchok Basser shlita   

-KZY R' Gissinger  shul Divrei Hisoirerus 10:15 by Rav Yitzchok Sorotzkin shlita. 


Shachris BMG Botei Medrashim 8:25 am

-Elucidation of Kinnos by Harav Ahron Walkin shlita 41 Clearstream Shachris 8:45
-9:00 am Ohr Mattisyahu Shachris Kinus with elaboration

-11:45 am Lakewood Commons Kinus explained with insights for girls 8th grade   and up in the Ezras Nashim.




4 comments:

  1. Dear Friends,

    I am writing to you as a parent of SCHI, The School for Children with Hidden Intelligence, in Lakewood, NJ, a one of a kind institution. SCHI is a world-renowned, cutting-edge therapeutic and educational school meeting the unique needs of hundreds of severely-developmentally delayed, medically fragile, and socially-emotionally challenged children and young adults ranging in age from birth to 21+.

    The staff members of SCHI are so warm and caring that parents know that they are sending their children to a place that will help them become the best they can be.SCHI provides educational and therapeutic services by certified professional staff to children with disabilities as varied as autism, Down syndrome, ADHD, muscular dystrophy, Spina bifida, and cerebral palsy, among others. SCHI places great emphasis on maintaining a high teacher to pupil ratio along with individualized educational programs, designed to fit each student’s specific needs.

    SCHI is truly a family, bringing not only education and guidance to the students, but support for the parents and joy into the lives of the staff.

    Walk into the school and you’ll be enveloped by a special feeling that you don’t experience anywhere else.

    I am writing to you now because the school is in crisis. The school is on life support.

    SCHI has never said no to any child or parent. Funding or no funding, SCHI has provided every service, every program, anything and everything a special needs child has needed.

    But the financial burden has grown too large and the school is in danger of closing. If we can’t come up with the needed funds, SCHI’s doors could close.

    We parents fear that the unthinkable might happen.

    Walk into the school and you’d have no idea of the crisis at hand. The teachers are teaching, the kids are smiling, and the daily routine is normal – as it should be. But the need for action is urgent.

    Parents of the school have banded together in truly inspiring fashion to scrape together money to save their precious SCHI. These are parents who are already carrying the unmanageable expenses of a special needs child. But they are doing all they can to prevent the tragic closing of this school from taking place under their watch. They have extended themselves beyond their capabilities in a campaign to save SCHI.

    Time is of essence.

    And time is not on our side.

    But people’s generosity is.

    We are reaching out to others with the opportunity of a lifetime. You have the opportunity to step up to the plate and help save SCHI. It is a zechus that no one will be able to take away from you. Down the line, when we look back on this trying ordeal, you will each be able to say that when SCHI was under duress and in true danger of closing, you stopped the unthinkable from happening.

    A special board is overseeing this emergency campaign and what will iy”H follow, so that once the funds are raised, such a monetary crisis will never rear its ugly head again.

    Please. Jump in. Do what you can. Do it for the children. Do it for their parents and siblings.

    To become a partner in this urgent effort, DONATE ONLINE HERE: https://www.duvys.com/simple/schi

    Also, tax deductible contributions can be made out to SCHI and sent to SCHI, Parents Emergency Campaign, 345 Oak Street, Lakewood, NJ, 08701. Please write “SCHI Parents Emergency Campaign” on the check or envelope. Donations can also be called in to 732.886.0900, ext. 1607.

    Sincerely,

    A SCHI Parent

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KkWzeb5o_U

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  2. Sorry but something smells with this story of schi closing. 10's of Millions are given each year to schi by uncle sam besides all thier donations and auctions. Where is all that money going? If schi cant sustain itself with 10's of millions than how can any school in town exist with out government help. This story about schi stinks.

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    1. Yossel GrickmeyerAugust 1, 2017 at 7:09 PM

      From your denigrating attitude, it's apparent that you don't have a special needs child.

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    2. I dont need a special child to know that this story stinks. Maybe the fact that i dont have a special child makes me less bias then u, so i can ask a legitimate question of "where has all those 10's of millions a year gone?

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