From the main sessions to socializing, shopping, and taking care of any little ones you brought with you, “packing it in” takes on a whole new meaning during Kinus.
It can get overwhelming, but we’re here to help!
Below are 6 events worth knowing about (in order of event date), and 4 services to help you during your entire stay.
1. The Shlichus Market Showroom – The One Stop Shop for your Chabad Center
From crafts for Yomim Tovim to Hebrew School curriculums and Tzitzis, the Shlichus Market offers everything you need for your Chabad Center, for the cheapest price possible. No need to run around comparing prices. Shluchos are welcome to browse and order a large selection of store items, including a huge new collection of Purim items.
On Wednesday, the 17th of Shvat (January 23rd), the Shlichus Market showroom will open its doors, at the Shluchim office, 816 Eastern Pkwy, until Wednesday, the 24th of Shvat (January 30th).
*All orders made before Shabbos will be ready for pick up on Monday.
2. Day of Celebration for the Shluchim Online School
The annual Day Of Celebration 5779 for the Girls Division will be held on Wednesday 17th of Shvat (January 23rd), the day prior to the Kinus Hashluchos.
The program will be located at Lubavitcher Yeshiva and will include class presentations, workshops for parents with a simultaneous program for the students, and a joint celebratory banquet with faculty, parents and students.
3. Day of Celebration – Bet Sefer Net (Hebrew Division)
The Hebrew Division’s Day of celebration will also take place Wednesday 17th of Shvat (January 23rd).
Located at the Shluchim Office, students and teachers will meet, some for the first time, and enjoy an evening of enjoyment together.
4. Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchos
The program for young Shluchos begins with a day of fun on Thursday, the 18th of Shvat (January 24th) at 10:30 AM.
The main event takes off on Friday morning, continuing with three packed days of friendship, fun, and Farbrengens, and culminating with the grand banquet for young Shluchos on Sunday night. For more information, visit www.youngshluchim.org
5. Shluchos Farbrengen
An annual tradition, the Kinus Farbrengen at The Shluchim Office has become an institution of its own.
Join us Thursday night, 18th of Shvat (January 24th) at 9:30 PM, after the Kinus Hashluchos events conclude for 3 simultaneous Farbrengens, with incredible and inspirational speakers and topics!
The Hebrew Farbrengen will take place at the Levi Yitzchok Library, also at 9:30 PM.
Both venues will serve delicious desserts, sushi, soup and more!
Don’t forget: join us on Sunday night, the 21st of Shvat (January 27th) after the Kinus Hashluchos banquet for a second Farbrengen in the same location, Hebrew Farbrengen will be on the 4th floor of the Shluchim Office building.
6. CECE Network Conference
“Build your dream team” session with Alison Pepper of Bank Street!
On Friday, the 19th of Shvat (January 25th), 9:15 AM to 12:00 PM at the Shluchim Office, an event from our Preschool Network. Free for CECE members, $50 for non-members (ask about subsidies for new and small schools).
To RSVP and for more info, email email@example.com
Services for your convenience:
Get away from the hustle and bustle to work at our relaxing lounge, located on the second floor of the Shluchim Office.
The Shluchim Lounge is ready and waiting with work spaces complete with computers, phones and Wi-Fi Internet access.
Stop by reception at The Shluchim Office for a SIM card that can be placed in any unlocked GSM cellphone and used throughout the Kinus.
• Unlimited calling within the US
• Unlimited texting within the US
• Unlimited texting to some overseas countries. (Most countries should work, but we cannot guarantee results.)
You need a calling card (not included) for low-cost international calling.
The Shluchim Office’s spacious on-site conference/meeting room will be available by registration only.
To reserve a time slot for your event, contact the office administration at 718-221-0500 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
All events and services brought to you by The Shluchim Office.