Under the supervision of Rabbi Avi Mammon
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27 St Regis Dr N, Rochester, NY 14618
Recently remodeled for a comfortable experience.
Please call before 3:00 PM to schedule an appointment. Call before Shabbos for Motzai Shabbos appointment.
Located at Chabad of Brighton, 1037 Winton Rd. S. Please call Rabbi Dovid Mochkin to schedule an appointment.
The women’s Mikvah is available for Tevilas Keilim each Sunday morning by appointment. The men’s Mikvah is also kosher for Tevilas Keilim. To use the Keilim Mikvah at the men’s Mikvah please call or text Rabbi Mochkin at 585-820-8298.
Rabbi Avi Mammon
Rabbi Avrohom Berenstein
Mr. Alan Rosenzweig and Mrs. Debby Kornfeld
Phone: Men 585-281-8276- Women 585-442-4209
Ms. Alice Palokoff
83 Warrington Drive, Rochester, NY 14618
Phone: 585 414 8726
By appointment only.
Dor L’Dor sells a complete line of Judaica. Including Seforim, children’s books, kosher cookbooks, Jewish themed toys, Talitot, arba knafot, kittel, talit and tefillin bags (including plastic cover bags) and much more. Special orders can be placed as well.
Contact Rabbi Dovid Roness at 585-271-6117. All proceeds go to Derech HaTorah of Rochester.
Frum babysitting services available for working parents
Need a quality Black Hat at an unbelievable price? Check out our own Rabbi Dovid Roness’ “Yeshivish Hats” where you can purchase a quality Black Hat for only $55!
Business days between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. EST
Dr. Baruch Eisenberg
Library- 2300 Elmwood Avenue. Can access by foot from end of Sylvan. Playroom in back. Frequent events and story times.
M-Th 10AM – 9PM
Friday 10AM- 6PM
Sunday 1PM -4PM
Rochester Jewish Library
Contact: Elisheva Berenstein – email@example.com
Library Park- can access by foot from end of Sylvan
Buckland park – 1341 Westfall Rd. Has 3 large playgrounds spread within the large park
Cobbs Hill Park – Off Culver Rd near Monroe Ave. Small playground area and pond with ducks
Please click HERE for a list of many fun things to do in the Rochester area with kids. The list includes type of activity, location, price and age ranges. This list is maintained by local community member Adina Dan.
Moshe Dovid Hertzel
JCC of Rochester
The Strong® is a highly interactive, collections-based museum devoted to the history and exploration of play. It is one of the largest history museums in the United States and one of the leading museums serving families and children.