1. Awesome day at 92Y Chanukah Festival + Mitzvah Day on Sunday. Thanks to all our volunteers from Teensgiving and Mitzvah Day who came out. By the way, have you seen the #Menurkeys they made? 
See you next year!

    Awesome day at 92Y Chanukah Festival + Mitzvah Day on Sunday. Thanks to all our volunteers from Teensgiving and Mitzvah Day who came out. By the way, have you seen the #Menurkeys they made

    See you next year!

  2. We made a Menurkey to celebrate Thanksgivukkah, the very rare overlap of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving. Do you have plans?

    We made a Menurkey to celebrate Thanksgivukkah, the very rare overlap of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving. Do you have plans?

  3. A Day in the Life with Rabbi Dan

    One of Daily Beast’s Rabbis to Watch in 2013, Rabbi Dan Ain is the Head of Innovation and Tradition at the 92nd Street Y, where he promotes a 21st-century approach to religion, placing it at the intersection of technology, community and culture.

    That’s our Rabbi Dan!

  4. Look closely… can you tell what are our Israeliness After-School students are trying to tell you?

    Look closely… can you tell what are our Israeliness After-School students are trying to tell you?

  5. Tom Dugan on stage at 92Y now, rehearsing for from “Wiesenthal: A One-Man Play.” If you’re in NY, see it in person tomorrow!

  6. Connecting to Jewish Wisdom With Rabbi David Kalb: Pray With Your Feet. 

    "During the height of the Civil Rights era, Dr. Martin Luther King led a march, from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery, Alabama. One of the people who participated in that march was a Rabbi by the name of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. When Rabbi Heschel returned from Selma, he was asked by someone, ‘did you find much time to pray, when you were in Selma?’ Rabbi Heschel responded, ‘I prayed with my feet.’  What was his point? That his marching, his protesting, his speaking out for Civil Rights was his greatest pray of all. … When we use our feet to pray, that is real powerful prayer.” 

    Watch more videos with Rabbi David Kalb on our YouTube channel. 

  7. The Rabbi Is In.
Have a question about life, religion, money, being twentysomething, or anything else? 
Please feel free to ask. 

    The Rabbi Is In.

    Have a question about life, religion, money, being twentysomething, or anything else? 

    Please feel free to ask

  8. ‎”Why do we light the menorah for eight nights? Why do we celebrate Hanukkah for eight days?” 

    Rabbi David Kalb will tell you. 

    (Source: youtube.com)

  9. From 92Y GymStars to Aly Raisman: Congratulations for a job well done and Shabbat Shalom!

    From 92Y GymStars to Aly Raisman: Congratulations for a job well done and Shabbat Shalom!

  10. Pretty much every Friday morning at 92Y, Karina Zilberman – our very own “Jewish Mary Poppins” – is surrounded by little ones and their parents for 92Y Shababa – a Jewish family get-together that is warm, welcoming, full of music, adorable kids and lots of fun. The Friday morning get together, which was born when Karina installed herself in a corner of 92Y’s lobby one Friday morning in 2007 with her guitar and her puppet pal Coco, is now a thriving community of 350+ families.  So we’re very excited to tell you that Karina was just named as a winner of this year’s Covenant Foundation Award for Excellence in Jewish Education. If you want to know more about Shababa (there are even CD’s available!), check it out.

    Pretty much every Friday morning at 92Y, Karina Zilberman – our very own “Jewish Mary Poppins” – is surrounded by little ones and their parents for 92Y Shababa – a Jewish family get-together that is warm, welcoming, full of music, adorable kids and lots of fun. The Friday morning get together, which was born when Karina installed herself in a corner of 92Y’s lobby one Friday morning in 2007 with her guitar and her puppet pal Coco, is now a thriving community of 350+ families.

    So we’re very excited to tell you that Karina was just named as a winner of this year’s Covenant Foundation Award for Excellence in Jewish Education. If you want to know more about Shababa (there are even CD’s available!), check it out.