Jewish World Review

A once in a lifetime chance?

Jewry is now amid Z'man Simchaseinu or, "The Season of our Joy." It's comprised of Succos (The Feast of Tabernacles) and Simchas Torah, marking the completion -- and immediate commencement -- of the Torah reading cycle. Both, but especially the latter, are days of uninhibited happiness. And we at JWR would like to share some of these precious moments with you.

For years now, your editor-in-chief, Binyamin L. Jolkovsky, and his wife, Rivky, have been leading a private tour of Boro Park, Brooklyn -- arguably the most concentrated area of Jews outside Israel -- for observant, non-observant, and atheist Jews on Simchas Torah. This year, we are once again extending an open invitation to all of our Jewish readers to come and see Chassidic Jews in their natural habitat, up-close and personal.

We guarantee you, it'll be an experience you won't forget!

If you are interested and will be in the New York area on Tuesday, October 9, drop us a line. We'll need to make some preparations based upon the number of those interested.

In friendship,

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