Staff of the Ohel Chabad Lubavitch in Cambria Heights, Queens, are preparing for the tens of thousands who will visit the Ohel to pray on Gimmel Tammuz, the Rebbe's Yartzeit. Photos
Photos: Itzik Roytman
Staff at the Ohel Chabad Lubavitch in Cambria Heights, Queens are preparing for tens of thousands of visitors from around the world who will arrive for Shabbos – Gimmel Tammuz – the Rebbe’s yartzeit.
Tens of thousands are expected to visit the Ohel over the weekend, and many will be staying at the Ohel over Shabbos Gimmel Tammuz as well.
In order to keep the lines moving, the Vaad Hamesader at the Ohel has notified that beginning Thursday 1st Tammuz 8pm, until Friday 2nd Tammuz 6pm and again Motzei Shabbos 3rd Tammuz 9:30pm, until Sunday evening 4th Tammuz 9pm – entry to the Ohel will be via a non-stop line.
‘Maane Loshon’ and Tehillim should be read while waiting in line. Inside the Ohel you will only have time to place your Pan whilst walking around the Ohel. Please plan accordingly.
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