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    Music, movement, a simple craft and snacks combine to give you and your child a great time! Parenting tips and discussions!

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  • Jewish Kids ClubAfter School Program of the Arts

    Monday - Friday | Grades Pre-K - 5
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    Aleph Champ - Hebrew language program, cooking, drama, art, Jewish history 7 culture, Bar/Bat Mitzvah preparation, Holiday programs.
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    The World's Happiest Kept Secret

    A Monthly Series of Classes for Women
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Chabad Neshama Center is dedicated to strengthening Jewish identity, education and culture in the Russian American Community, and in all interested in ensuring a brighter future for our children. Through our Center Located in Brighton Beach we provide a wide variety of educational, cultural and social services for all – from children and youth through adults and seniors - with a vision for personal fulfillment and universal peace.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Unfazed - A Symphony of Living Voices, Story & SongJoin a live event in honor of the anniversary of the Rebbe's passing Read More
  • Renaissance and RedemptionHerman Wouk on His First Meeting With the Rebbe Read More
  • What Did the Rebbe Say to the Anti-Religious Chief Justice Who Came for Simchat Torah? Read More
  • The Lesson of the Lost PicturesI began to snap photos of the people on the street, even though it was clear that they didn’t want... Read More
  • The Secret of ChabadIt dawned on me that this is exactly what the Rebbe envisioned. And I am so thankful to be part of... Read More
  • World to Mark 27th Anniversary of the Rebbe’s PassingDay also marks conclusion of 40th cycle of study of Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah Read More
  • Do You Procrastinate?The Hebrew word for almond is etymologically related to the word “ shaked,” which...
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  • Moses Never Gave Up on ThemMoses sets an example for us how to never give up trying to inspire positive change in ourselves... Read More
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Jun. 27 - Jul. 18
Daily Thought
When will Moses know he has succeeded? When will the teacher know his pupils have absorbed the lesson? When will a rebbe know his people truly have digested all he poured into them? When the student wriggles and squirms and exclaims in exasperation, “If so, what am I doing here where I am? If so, why are any of us here? If so, this is a tight shell, a tiny cell! How long can we stay this way?!” “If so, why are my eyes blind to seeing this truth that envelops me? Why are my ears deaf to the symphony in which I myself...
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