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  • Sunday ,
    AprApril  18 , 2021
    Ansche Chesed Yom Ha'atzmaut Family Mesibah!
    Sunday, Apr 18th 11:00a to 12:00p
    Shlomit Oren-Ross, an Israeli performative artist, , will lead AC families through a fun Yom Ha’atzmaut Mesibah - a party for Israel’s 73rd birthday! Shlmoit will lead us in games, movement activities and an art project. The whole program will be in Hebrew and English. It is geared for kids ages 4 to 9 and their families. $10/child

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  • Tuesday ,
    AprApril  20 , 2021
    Teen Class 2020-2021
    Tuesday, Apr 20th 5:15p to 6:15p
    AC high school students are invited to join Rabbi Kalmanofsky and Adina Beiner, Ansche Chesed’s Youth Director, for a bi-weekly class. Throughout the year we will be choosing meaningful and relevant topics to discuss and unpack as a group(with some time left for schmoozing as well!). We will start with a multi-week series exploring ethical dilemmas looking at what goes into these complex decision processes and how our own values come into play. Please note, this class will be held indoors, in person with masks on at all times. No food will be served. A health screening will need to be completed prior to each class and we will be meeting in a room where social distance can be maintained at all times. We will be limiting attendance to keep the group small and ask that teens sign up in advance. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.

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  • Saturday ,
    AprApril  24 , 2021
    Ansche Chesed Mishpacha Service
    Shabbat, Apr 24th 10:00a to 11:00a
    The weather is starting to warm up in NYC, so we are moving our Mishpacha Service to in-person on March 27th! We will meet in Riverside Park - the best way to find the spot in the park is to enter on 100th ST and walk towards the exit leading down to the Hudson River. Services will begin at 10:00 AM and will be led by Leilah Rosen! Please bring your own blankets or towels, make sure to wear your masks and practice social distancing. RSVPs required, walk-ins welcome.

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  • Sunday ,
    AprApril  25 , 2021
    "Dying Doesn’t Feel Like What I’m Doing" A Conversation with Paula Weiman-Kelman about her film and the Legacy of Rabbi Rachel Cowan
    Sunday, Apr 25th 12:00p to 2:00p
    Paula Weiman-Kelman’s moving documentary, Dying Doesn’t Feel Like What I’m Doing, celebrates the life of Rachel Cowan—a beloved rabbi and influential mindfulness teacher, who is diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. Living each day fully, she turned dying into an opportunity to experience gratitude. Paula will join us live from Israel for a conversation about the experience of filming this intimate portrait of Cowan’s final year, and an opportunity to reflect on Rachel Cowan, who played such an important part in  sustaining Ansche Chesed. A link to watch the documentary will be made available prior to this event for all registrants. Paula Weiman-Kelman is veteran documentary filmmaker known for moving portraits of inspiring women. Her first film Rites of Passage was a portrait of the feisty Israeli feminist icon and peace activist Alice Shalvi. Twenty years later she revisited her subject in The Re-annotated Alice.

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  • Sunday ,
    MayMay  2 , 2021
    ACHS Meet Up in Riverside Park
    Sunday, May 2nd 10:00a to 11:45a
    Dear ACHS families, Please join ACHS teachers and myself for an ACHS meet up on Sunday, May 2nd in Riverside Park. Each class will have specific times to meet as a class, and families are welcome to hang out before and/or after their specified times as well. Class Meet Ups: 10:00 - 10:35: 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades 10:40 - 11:15: 5th, 6th and 7th grades 11:15 - 11:45: 8th grade Please wear masks and practice social distancing. Bring blankets to sit on, and any favorite games, sports equipment or craft materials to share with your friends. Register here! We will meet in Riverside Park. The best way to find the spot is to enter at 99th Street and walk north towards the ramp leading down to the Hudson River (where AC does Tashlich). We will be in the grassy area across from the ramp. See pictures below of the spot!

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  • Tuesday ,
    MayMay  4 , 2021
    Teen Class 2020-2021
    Tuesday, May 4th 5:15p to 6:15p
    AC high school students are invited to join Rabbi Kalmanofsky and Adina Beiner, Ansche Chesed’s Youth Director, for a bi-weekly class. Throughout the year we will be choosing meaningful and relevant topics to discuss and unpack as a group(with some time left for schmoozing as well!). We will start with a multi-week series exploring ethical dilemmas looking at what goes into these complex decision processes and how our own values come into play. Please note, this class will be held indoors, in person with masks on at all times. No food will be served. A health screening will need to be completed prior to each class and we will be meeting in a room where social distance can be maintained at all times. We will be limiting attendance to keep the group small and ask that teens sign up in advance. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.

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  • Saturday ,
    MayMay  8 , 2021
    Ansche Chesed Mishpacha Service
    Shabbat, May 8th 10:00a to 11:00a
    The weather is starting to warm up in NYC, so we are moving our Mishpacha Service to in-person on March 27th! We will meet in Riverside Park - the best way to find the spot in the park is to enter on 100th ST and walk towards the exit leading down to the Hudson River. Services will begin at 10:00 AM and will be led by Leilah Rosen! Please bring your own blankets or towels, make sure to wear your masks and practice social distancing. RSVPs required, walk-ins welcome.

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  • Saturday ,
    MayMay  15 , 2021
    AC Outdoor Big Kids Service!
    Shabbat, May 15th 10:00a to 11:00a
    Join us for an outdoor, in-person Big Kids Service on Saturday, May 15th at 10 AM in Riverside Park! Services will be led by Dina Ocken. Please bring your own blankets or towels to sit on, make sure to wear your masks and practice social distancing.

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  • Saturday ,
    MayMay  15 , 2021
    Project Aliyah Oneg
    Shabbat, May 15th 2:00p to 3:00p
    We are excited to come together in person for our final Project Aliyah event this year. We will safely meet up in Riverside park (masks required) to catch up, play games, and enjoy a special treat to celebrate this year's cohort. Feel free to stop by any time between 2-3 pm! We will meet in Riverside Park - the best way to find the spot is to enter at 99th Street and walk north towards the ramp leading down to the Hudson River (where AC does Tashlich). We will be in the grassy area across from the ramp.

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  • Monday ,
    MayMay  17 , 2021
    AC Family Shavuot Service
    Monday, May 17th 10:00a to 11:00a
    It’s time to celebrate receiving the Torah! Join us for an outdoor, in-person Family Shavuot Service on Monday, May 17th at 10 AM in Riverside Park! Services will be led by Emily Cobert, AC Family Program Director, and will be geared at kids in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. Please bring your own blankets or towels to sit on, make sure to wear your masks and practice social distancing.

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  • Wednesday ,
    MayMay  19 , 2021
    Connecting To Your Shtetl
    Wednesday, May 19th 3:00p to 4:00p
    As a follow-up to her presentation "Connecting To My Shtetl", join Barbara Sontz to explore how YOU can connect to your genealogy. In this intimate workshop, Barbara will explore the steps you can take to learn about where your family comes from. This is a four-session workshop, and we hope that you will attend all of the sessions. Session 1- May 19: Locating your ancestral town. Session 2- June 2: Researching your town's history. Session 3- June 16: Finding traces of your family in your town. Session 4- June 30: Connecting with your town today.

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  • Saturday ,
    MayMay  22 , 2021
    Ansche Chesed Mishpacha Service
    Shabbat, May 22nd 10:00a to 11:00a
    The weather is starting to warm up in NYC, so we are moving our Mishpacha Service to in-person on March 27th! We will meet in Riverside Park - the best way to find the spot in the park is to enter on 100th ST and walk towards the exit leading down to the Hudson River. Services will begin at 10:00 AM and will be led by Leilah Rosen! Please bring your own blankets or towels, make sure to wear your masks and practice social distancing. RSVPs required, walk-ins welcome.

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  • Tuesday ,
    MayMay  25 , 2021
    Teen Class 2020-2021
    Tuesday, May 25th 5:15p to 6:15p
    AC high school students are invited to join Rabbi Kalmanofsky and Adina Beiner, Ansche Chesed’s Youth Director, for a bi-weekly class. Throughout the year we will be choosing meaningful and relevant topics to discuss and unpack as a group(with some time left for schmoozing as well!). We will start with a multi-week series exploring ethical dilemmas looking at what goes into these complex decision processes and how our own values come into play. Please note, this class will be held indoors, in person with masks on at all times. No food will be served. A health screening will need to be completed prior to each class and we will be meeting in a room where social distance can be maintained at all times. We will be limiting attendance to keep the group small and ask that teens sign up in advance. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.

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  • Wednesday ,
    JunJune  2 , 2021
    Connecting To Your Shtetl
    Wednesday, Jun 2nd 3:00p to 4:00p
    As a follow-up to her presentation "Connecting To My Shtetl", join Barbara Sontz to explore how YOU can connect to your genealogy. In this intimate workshop, Barbara will explore the steps you can take to learn about where your family comes from. This is a four-session workshop, and we hope that you will attend all of the sessions. Session 1- May 19: Locating your ancestral town. Session 2- June 2: Researching your town's history. Session 3- June 16: Finding traces of your family in your town. Session 4- June 30: Connecting with your town today.

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  • Saturday ,
    JunJune  5 , 2021
    Ansche Chesed Mishpacha Service
    Shabbat, Jun 5th 10:00a to 11:00a
    The weather is starting to warm up in NYC, so we are moving our Mishpacha Service to in-person on March 27th! We will meet in Riverside Park - the best way to find the spot in the park is to enter on 100th ST and walk towards the exit leading down to the Hudson River. Services will begin at 10:00 AM and will be led by Leilah Rosen! Please bring your own blankets or towels, make sure to wear your masks and practice social distancing. RSVPs required, walk-ins welcome.

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  • Tuesday ,
    JunJune  8 , 2021
    Teen Class 2020-2021
    Tuesday, Jun 8th 5:15p to 6:15p
    AC high school students are invited to join Rabbi Kalmanofsky and Adina Beiner, Ansche Chesed’s Youth Director, for a bi-weekly class. Throughout the year we will be choosing meaningful and relevant topics to discuss and unpack as a group(with some time left for schmoozing as well!). We will start with a multi-week series exploring ethical dilemmas looking at what goes into these complex decision processes and how our own values come into play. Please note, this class will be held indoors, in person with masks on at all times. No food will be served. A health screening will need to be completed prior to each class and we will be meeting in a room where social distance can be maintained at all times. We will be limiting attendance to keep the group small and ask that teens sign up in advance. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.

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  • Wednesday ,
    JunJune  16 , 2021
    Connecting To Your Shtetl
    Wednesday, Jun 16th 3:00p to 4:00p
    As a follow-up to her presentation "Connecting To My Shtetl", join Barbara Sontz to explore how YOU can connect to your genealogy. In this intimate workshop, Barbara will explore the steps you can take to learn about where your family comes from. This is a four-session workshop, and we hope that you will attend all of the sessions. Session 1- May 19: Locating your ancestral town. Session 2- June 2: Researching your town's history. Session 3- June 16: Finding traces of your family in your town. Session 4- June 30: Connecting with your town today.

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  • Wednesday ,
    JunJune  30 , 2021
    Connecting To Your Shtetl
    Wednesday, Jun 30th 3:00p to 4:00p
    As a follow-up to her presentation "Connecting To My Shtetl", join Barbara Sontz to explore how YOU can connect to your genealogy. In this intimate workshop, Barbara will explore the steps you can take to learn about where your family comes from. This is a four-session workshop, and we hope that you will attend all of the sessions. Session 1- May 19: Locating your ancestral town. Session 2- June 2: Researching your town's history. Session 3- June 16: Finding traces of your family in your town. Session 4- June 30: Connecting with your town today.

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