Preparations have already begun for the 54th N’shei Ubnos Chabad Convention, which will take place Kislev 1-3, 5776, Nov 13-15, 2015 in Toronto.
The 3-day convention will be hosted by the Shluchos of GTA – Toronto, Canada and will offer inspiration alongside gourmet cuisine, relaxation and ambience, at the luxurious Hilton Toronto/ Markham Suites Conference Centre and Spa.
The convention has become known as a highly-anticipated annual event where women of all ages and from around the world gather for the most stimulating speakers, relevant topics of discussion, exciting musical entertainment, camaraderie and friendship.
“A group of dedicated volunteers are busily working out the plans for a phenomenal weekend, for Jewish women of all backgrounds and affiliations, a true delight for mind, body and soul,” says Mrs. Rivie Feldman, who has been organizing the conventions for over 29 years.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, who initiated these conventions in 1962, realized the need for these gatherings for Jewish women.
The Rebbe expressed his hope that the women who were inspired by the conventions bring home the inspiration to their respective families and communities. This ripple effect would then reverberate around the globe. It is remarkable that 53 years later, these conventions continue to fulfill the needs and interests of Jewish women today.
Highlights of the convention include fascinating workshops on topics ranging from Chassidus and Kabballah, education and child rearing, mysticism and Mikvah to women’s health and personal relationships; personal stories of inspiration; a joyous Chassidic Farbrengen; a gala Melave Malka; a Grand Sunday Banquet at noon; and joyous music and dance.
“This convention will have something for everyone,” says Feldman. “It is truly the call of the hour.”
More information on speakers and programs will be forthcoming.
To register, visit www.chabadwomensconvention.com, or call Chinkah – 905 303 1880 or Adi- 905 886 0420 #227.
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