Did you ever feel like you wanted to take your young children to dance at the Simchas Beis Hashoeva, but it simply started too late?
If only someone could arrange dancing for our children at a more reasonable hour, so that they could enjoy the Simchas Yom Tov.
Imagine fathers being able to have the entire street open just to dance with their children.
Imagine if we could enjoy the talent we have in our community. Musicians to put on a full band, our own young singers, and community members who can juggle to add chayus to this most special event!
Imagine if the Tzivos Hashem Base Commanders in each school would encourage their chayolim to participate!
Imagine we could get 100 chassidishe Bochurim to join and inject even more chayus! Imagine the dancing with boys whose fathers aren’t present?
Imagine we had people in the community who would appreciate an event like this and would step up to help sponsor a whole night or even part of the program!
Imagine if the executive director of Simcha Beis Hashoeva, Rabbi Yisroel Shemtov, would encourage an event like this, and do everything in his power to ensure this happens!
Imagine if the police would agree to close the street and set up the barricades early to ensure this program can happen!
Imagine if our own beloved musician Fitche Benshimon steps up and says he will provide absolutely the best in Chassidishe music!
This is real. And it’s happening this Succos. And it won’t just be one night. It will be three nights, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday night.
An event like this was arranged last last year by Rabbi Yossi Smetana of The Smetana Group. Together with Fitche Benshimon they pulled together a Simchas Beis Hashoeva experience for the children in Crown Heights.
This year Tzivos Hashem has taken this program to new heights. They have arranged a special children’s Simchas Beis Hashoeiva for you and your children to enjoy!
Children’s Simchas Beis Hashoeva
Chol Hamoed Sukkos on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights
7:00-8:00 PM on Kingston Ave.
The program will begin with an hour of non-stop music with special guest performers. The program will then be followed by Rabbi Goldstein and Rabbi Katzen’s program including the 12 pessukim, a story and so much more.
This will be followed by the official Simchas Beis Hashoeva dancing all night long.