October 16, 2020
Tour Jerusalem on Zoom with Rockland shul

The sisterhood of the Nanuet Hebrew Center will host a live virtual tour of Old Jerusalem on Sunday, October 25, at 10:30 a.m.

Israeli guide Moshe Gold will lead a tour on Zoom. It will include an exploration of the old city’s alleyways, a visit to the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, the Ramparts, the City of David, and more.
Rockland JFS offers help to mourners

Groups are forming to help people who are grieving the loss of a spouse or companion.

The “After Shiva” group provides a safe space for members to grieve the death of a spouse or partner in an understanding and supportive community. Throughout the six-weekly sessions, the group learns about the grieving process as members reflect on the past, learn to live in the present, and plan for their future.

If you or someone you know could benefit from the group, reach out to RJFS. Rockland Jewish Family Services is open to people of all faiths. Email reception@rjfs.org, go to www.rjfs.org, or call (845) 354-2121, ext. 140.
Rockland JFS offers tools to lessen stress and anxiety

Mindful Mornings, a calming way to reduce stress and anxiety, led by Carol King and hosted by Rockland Jewish Family Service, meets on Zoom on Mondays at 10 a.m.

The 30-minute morning meditation will help you to find more peace and stillness; the mindfulness and meditation and other techniques work to reduce stress and anxiety. It’s all done while listening to relaxing classical piano.

For more information, call (845) 354-2121, ext.140, or go to www.rjfs.org.
OCT 16-18, 6PM
Orangetown Jewish Center's Artists in Residence welcome the Bible Players for Shabbat Services Friday night, Saturday morning and Havdallah Saturday afternoon. All are welcome.
Candidates' Forum for 38th District, NY Senate
OCT 20, 7PM
The League of Women Voters announces that it will sponsor a virtual Candidates Forum for candidates in the New York State 38th Senate District election. 
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