The global event to mark Chof Zayin Adar will take place tonight, Wednesday, and organizers have announced which streets will be closed off, the map of the event seating, and the program of the event.
Eastern Parkway’s service lane (between Brooklyn and Kingston), will be closed from 11 AM, until midnight. No vehicles will be able to be parked on the service lane at that time.
The two islands will have limited access throughout the day.
Kingston Ave, between President St. and Eastern Parkway, will be closed from 5PM until 10PM. No vehicles will be able to be parked on the service lane at that time.
The Crown Heights community will gather on Eastern Parkway (men) and Kingston Ave. (women). There will additionally be limited seating in the downstairs 770 Shul itself.
Click here to download full size map of the event seating.
Men’s entrance to the event will be through Brooklyn Ave.
Women’s entrance through Kingston Ave.
Each Chabad community worldwide will additionally gather in their community Shul, to watch this historic event. To find your nearest gathering, email [email protected]
COLlive will be providing a live broadcast for those Shluchim unable to participate in a community event.
The event will take place today, from 7:30 – 9:00PM.
The program includes speakers from the Kosel, and 770, niggunim followed by the Pan read by the Ohel, a music video prepared special for the event, and a collection of videos of the Rebbe.
Organizers urge everyone, men, women and children to attend this historic event. “If only for an hour, let us all join together,” they said. “The entire family of Chassidim worldwide will cry out to Hashem, “Enough! We have suffered too much, we want to see the Rebbe once more.”
To participate in the Zechus of this global event, click here. (all donors will receive VIP seating).