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UPDATED 10/07/15

Reb Shlomo's 21st Yahrzeit Yahrzeit Shabbaton Annual Yahrzeit Concert Half Day of Breslov Neshama Carlebach in Concert Weekly Announcements

Friday Night, October 23rd - Sunday, October 25th, 2015 at The Carlebach Shul

Yahrzeit Shabbaton
Friday Night, October 23rd & Sunday, October 24th, 2015
at The Carlebach Shul

Join Rabbi Naftali Citron, Yehuda Green, and a number of visiting teachers and singers including Chaya Adler Poretsky and Sholom Brodt (more to be announced!) for inspirational Shabbat meals.


Friday Dinner: Member $60, Non-member $70
Saturday Lunch: Member $45, Non-member $55
Both Meals: Member $100, Non-member $120
A $5 Discount will be applied per meal to all reservations received before Friday, October 16th. These Meals will sell out - don't miss your chance to join us!
Click here to Reserve today!


Yahrzeit Tribute Concert
Yehuda Green, Lipa Schmeltzer, & Elli Kranzler
(More to be announced)

    Saturday Night October 24th
at West Side Institutional Synagogue
120 West 76th St.
Doors Open 9:00PM
Concert begins 9:30 PM
Admission: $35 if Ordered by 10/12;
$45 at the Door, while available

*** Front Row VIP Seating: $180 ***
Purchase Tickets online

In commemoration of the 21st Yahrzeit of her father, Reb Shlomo Carlebach, zt”l

Wednesday, October 28th
(at the Carlebach Shul, 305 W. 79th Street)
Doors open 7:00 pm Concert at 7:30 pm
TICKETS: $25 if purchased by October 21st; $35 at the door.
*** 1st 3 Rows, ADVANCE SEATING:
$75 in Advance
Purchase Tickets online

Half Day of Breslov
An exploration of the teachings and practices of Reb Nachman of Breslov
Sunday, October 25th
at the JCC of Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Ave at 76th Street
Breakfast 9:30 AM; Program 10:00AM
Details to follow


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