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Shabbat Woman's Retreat

Shabbat Woman's Retreat

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What could be nicer than a "Girls Only" retreat, and what could be more convenient than a 20 minute drive to your vacation destination at the Glencove Mansion?

Town of Oyster Bay Chabad invites you to an unforgettable Shabbat retreat, to take place G‑d willing Jan. 20 - Jan. 22    (check in @ 3 PM, check out @ 11 AM). 

Experience the magic of Shabbat with renowned guest lecturer Mrs. Rivka Slonim, self described "Chassidic Femininst", author and co-director of Chabad House at Binghamtom University.

Be inspired in the company of Jewish women from across the Island, as you learn, sing, relax, and laugh together during this magical weekend "away"-a luxury that we all long for amidst the tumult that surrounds our everyday lives.
     
The goal is to give each attendee an opportunity to delve deep into the subject matter, leaving on Sunday with a mastery of  knowledge and feeling rejuvenated and reignited as Jewish women.  

Cost, which includes accommodations, gourmet meals and all programming is : 

  • Double Occupancy $325 before Dec. 8 and $375 after.     
  • Single Occupancy $400 before Dec. 8 and $450 after.  (early bird extended until Dec. 8)

To RSVP,  Please click here  followed by an e mail to rivkieg23@yahoo.com letting her know that you are with the Town of Oyster Bay Chabad.   

Spend a warm Shabbat at our annual Women’s Retreat in Glen Cove, Glen Cove Mansion. We’ll learn, sing, relax, and laugh together during this magical weekend “away”—a luxury that we all long for amidst the tumult that surrounds our everyday lives.  

  
Our goal is to give each attendee an opportunity to delve deep into the subject matter, leaving on Sunday with a mastery of  knowledge and feeling rejuvenated and reignited as Jewish women. 

Where: Glen Cove Mansion - 200 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove NY 
When: Friday, Jan. 20th beginning at 3pm - Sunday checkout at 11 am 


Register Here

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Annual Women's Retreat - Guest Speaker 

Rivkah Slonim 

 

 

is co-director of the Chabad House at Binghamtom University. A self-described "Chassidic Feminist," she has lectured nationally on family and women's issues. She is the author of Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology. Rivkah and her husband are parents of nine children, and are kept forever young by the hundreds of college studentts whose lives they've touched. 

 

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