Julie Farkas leads a weekly learning class for women of all denominations and backgrounds. Occasional guest speakers from a variety of Jewish lifestyles and perspectives adds understanding and meaning of Jewish holidays, lifestyles, bible and traditions..
The culmination of study is an optional trip to Israel
There is no charge for the class that meets most Sunday mornings at the Teaneck General Store, 502a Cedar Lane, Teaneck, NJ.
*Due to space limitations and schuduling concerns, reservations are required.
The New Brain Game, Mah Jongg , is an ancient Chinese game that can actually change your life. Youll learn how to Relax, Improve cognitive function, Improve memory, all set in a positive social environment.
Sounds too good to be true?
We are very proud of our teacher Elise Hirsch.
Her style is clear and open and makes learning in a socially available setting enjoyable and staisfying.
We will have 4 classes on consecutive Mondays starting on April 27 from 7pm to 9pm.
Cost is $60 for the entire session and $9 for the 2015 Mah Jongg card
Featured Poet, Lynn Farmer, a native of Knoxville, TN, has lived most of her life in Decatur, GA. A career high school English teacher, she received her Ph.D. in English literature from Emory University, writing on T. S. Eliot.
Her poetry has been featured in readings at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Emory U, GA Poetry Society, John’s Creek Poetry Group, The Depot, and elsewhere. Distinguished among her awards are the Edwin Vickers Memorial Award and the Byron Herbert Reece International Award (twice), given by the GA Poetry Society; the Chatthoochee Valley Writers’ Prize; and the James E. Warren Jr. Prize, from the Academy of American Poets in New York. Her work has appeared in Lullwater Review; Red Mountain Rendezvous; Snake Nation Review; Village Writer Magazine; Chattahoochee Review; Poets, Artists, & Madmen; Immortales: Poems of Life and Death from New Southern Poets; and elsewhere. In addition to being a poet, Lynn is a photographer and a singer. Her collection, The Rare, Persistent Light, was the winner of the 2011 Charles Dickson Chapbook Award and was published in April 2012.
Sunday, June 21, 4-5pm
A series of essays, poems and remembrances of fathers, will be read by Jeanette Adams to celebrate Father’s Day. Join us for a collective tribute to our fathers, past and present.
Jeanette Adams is the authorIn Praise of Fathers of three collections of poetry and co-author (with Pamela Laskin and Elyse Buchman) of Animal Crackers and their Friends. Her poetry has appeared in numerous publications, including Essence, The NBCDI Calendar, The Teaneck Suburbanite, Poetry In Performance Vols. 1-42, Women’s Uncommon Prayers and Lifting Women’s Voices. Ms. Adams resides in New Jersey and is the godmother of Kai, Anika, Bosede, Veronica and Thenjiwe.
Sunday June 28th at 7pm, Maya Katz will be here to discuss her most recent book: The Visual Culture Of Chabad.
The Visual Culture of Chabad unfolds the history of the rabbinical Schneerson family and the modern Hasidic movement they built. Through the prism of Chabad portraits, architecture, and ceremonial objects, one sees the powerful sway the Schneerson family held over their Eastern European flock, the reemergence of the Chabad movement in America after the Holocaust, and the provocative engagement of public space. The last scion of the Chabad dynasty encouraged an unprecedented public campaign to force God’s hand into ushering in the messianic age. The products of this campaign largely define Judaism in the public sphere.
Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Glick is a relative newcomer to our community. A contributing columnist for the Jewish Link of Bergen County, Dr. Glick is a renowned teacher. He was a clinical psychologist in private practice in Montreal for 35 years as well as a Rabbi at Congregation Ahavat Yisroel. Rabbi Glick’s private practice specialized in couple’s therapy and he will discuss the many nuances of married life, the strains that impact long term relationships and a clear approach to understanding and improving relationships and ourselves
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The merchaniser for the Teaneck General Store and runs a pet sitting business called Pampered Pets.
Please vist her online: pamperedpetsinc.com
Here is a Youtube playlist with some videos that relate to our store!