Preschool Camp
Mini Gan Izzy
 Ages 2.5 - 6

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July 5 - August 15

The Schneerson Center for Jewish Life
419 East 77th Street
New York, N.Y. 10075
(212) 717- 4613

Welcome to Chabad Lubavitch of the Upper East Side of Manhattan
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Listen to the universally popular and most widely 
published Chassidic Mystical Classic "Tanya" taught by 
Rabbi Ben Tzion Krasnianski
Chabad Upper East Side, 419 East 77th Street, New York, N.Y. 10075 ~ (212) 717-4613 •
Park East Kosher
We deliver weekly to Manhattan
Raskin's Fish
​Tuesday, 6:30 pm
Tanya Class  
for men and women
with Rabbi Ben Tzion Krasnianski

Shavuot Holiday May 30-June 1
Holiday Dinner Tuesday, May 30 
9:00 pm RSVP

Followed by a fascinating line up of all night lectures.

Wednesday, May 31
Shavuot Day
Come here the 10 commandments!
Followed by dairy kiddush and ice cream party!
Services 9:00 am
11:15 am Ten commandments, kids program and ice cream party

Thursday, June 1
Second Day Shavuot
Services: 9:30 am
Yizkor 11:30 am
followed by Kiddush

Mincha 7:30 pm
followed by Farbrengen

Candle Lighting Times: For NYC:
May 26 7:59 pm
May 30 8:02 pm
May 31 9:10 (from a pre-existing flame)
June 2 8:04 pm

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Chabad Upper East Side
419 East 77th Street

Eve of Shavuot: Tuesday, May 30
Light candles after 8:02 pm pm
8:15 pm Mincha /Maariv
9:15 pm Traditional Fleishig Community Holiday Dinner
RSVP: Adult $36 / Child $25
11:30 pm-3:30 am All Night Learning & Open Tea Room 
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First Day of Shavuot: Wednesday, May 31
9:30 am Morning Services
11:15 am Reading of the Ten Commandments
11:00 am Children’s Program – Ice Cream Party
Followed by Grand Dairy Kiddush
8:00 pm Afternoon and Evening Services
Light candles after 9:10 pm (from a pre-existing flame)

Second Day of Shavuot: Thursday, June 1
9:30 am Morning Services
11:30 am Yizkor
Followed by Super Grand Kiddush
7:30pm Afternoon Services and Farbrengen 
Followed by Evening Services, Havdalah and The Living Torah
9:11 pm Shavuot ends