Chabad Montclair held a “Drive-In” spectacular for Hanukkah on Sunday, Dec., 13, in Lackawanna Plaza, featuring a giant menorah and more.
The Hanukkah menorah which symbolizes the holiday is a variation on the synagoguge menorah. Its many forms represent how Jews assimilate.
On Shavuot, Jews study late into the evening, and, traditionally eat dairy foods. Here is a local congregant’s recipe for blintzes.
Montclair Grand Menorah Lighting presents “Fire on Ice.” Activities include: Lighting of a 6 foot Ice Menorah Fire Truck Gelt Drop Fire Breathing & Juggling Hot Latkes & Delicious Doughnuts […]
The kids and their parents make hamantaschen at the workshop in Chocolate Works Sunday afternoon, March 3, sponsored by Chabad Montclair. They ready for the Jewish holiday of Purim with […]
The first Chabad Montclair events will be the High Holiday services.