A newly established local Chabad school will be holding a children’s Tanya printing on Lag B’Omer, in the merit of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, whose Yahrtzeit is on that day.
Oholei Yosef Yitzchok Lubavitch, founded 5 years ago by Rabbi Mottel and Mila Shnaiderman, is run ‘Al Taharas Hakodesh’ and utilizes open classroom settings while following the Rebbe’s directives on education.
Currently the school is educating over 60 students, with separate classes for boys and girls in preschool, elementary, after-school and summer programs.
The Tanya printing, the first public event for the school, will commemorate the special printing of 1,000 copies of the Tanya uniting all Jewish children around the world.
The school invites everyone to be a part of this special event, offering refreshments, entertainment, and special program for children, featuring Pesukim, arts, entertainment by the Ballooner Rebbe, acrobats and cotton candy.
The printing will take place Sunday, Lag B’Omer at 1451 President Street (btw Kingston and Albany) at 2 pm.
Guests will have the opportunity to take part in a raffle for a chance to win one year tuition for any grade in OYYL, worth $7000. All the proceeds from the raffle will go to cover the printing cost.
To buy a ticket, visit www.PureChassidicEducation.org/Events, or call 646-450-4770 (leave a message with your name and phone number).