Tante Stanton’s Pop-Up Vintage Boutique – Sunday, 5/3, 11am – 4pm

Springtime has finally come to our corner of the frozen tundra known as Manhattan. Forget your sweaters! Show some ankle! Pop some tags at Stanton’s first-ever POP-UP SPRING BOUTIQUE, and celebrate spring in style on the Lower East Side.

Uptown chic, downtown cool, under-the-bridge bohemian: Whatever your thing, our curated selection of gently worn mens’ and womens’ clothes, bags, shoes, accessories, and more won’t disappoint…especially with a free Sunday morning mimosa in your hand. All at prices that “reasonable” doesn’t begin to describe. All sale proceeds will help fund much-needed repairs to our beautiful, historical building, and all unsold items will be donated to those in need.

יום הזיכרון לחללי מערכות ישראל- Yom Hazikaron Program in Hebrew

This Tuesday night at 7:30 pm, the Stanton Street Shul will be hosting a memorial ceremony in honor of the fallen soldiers of the IDF. The ceremony will be in Hebrew. All are welcome.

הנכם מוזמנים להשתתף בטקס לציון יום הזיכרון לחללי מערכות ישראל ונפגעי פעולות האיבה שיתקיים ביום שלישי ב’ אייר (21.4.15) בשעה 19:30, בבית הכנסת. הצפירה תהיה בשעה 20:00 בדיוק

הטקס מאורגן על ידי מתנדבים מקומיים

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Stanton Kids Is Back: Children’s Programming on Shabbat Morning, April 18th

How To Sell Chametz Through Stanton: Send Form to Rabbi Bodner by March 31

Before Pesach it is a requirement to eliminate all chametz [leavening] from our possession. However, in those circumstances where elimination is not an option, Jewish law does allow for chametz — especially and preferably only in non-bread-like form (e.g. liquors, mixtures, etc.) — to be sold to a gentile.

Arrangements for such sale may be made through Rabbi Aviad Bodner using the form below. It must be received by Tuesday, March 31st. Please note that Rabbi Bodner will be selling Chametz only for those who are New York residents and are spending Pesach in New York.

Rabbi Aviad Bodner does not accept personal monetary gifts for this service. He does however welcome contributions to the Synagogue which will be used to fund the Synagogue’s classes, events and programs. Please email your form directly to Rabbi Bodner at rabbiaviad@gmail.com. Please ensure that you receive confirmation from Rabbi Bodner that he has received your form.