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Bike Ride Through Davie’s “Horse Country”

Visit Four Parks in Four Miles in Central Broward

When: Sunday, October 9, 11:00 AM.

What: Join us for a leisurely ride through the streets and parks of Davie’s “Horse Country”. Ride past ranches, farm houses, mansions, as well as four of central Broward’s premier parks on pristine bike trails. We’ll make several stops, including the visitor’s centers at two of the parks; Treetops Park, Robbins Park, Long Key Park, and Vista View Park. Expect to see lots of wildlife, and take a break for a picnic lunch. We’ll conclude our ride by about 4:00 pm. You will never be more than four miles from your car.

Where: Treetops Park, 3900 SW 100 Ave, Davie, 33328, 954-370-3750. Meet in the large, main parking lot, in front of the visitor’s center.

Directions: The park is just north of Griffin Road, on Nob Hill Road (100 Ave). Take I-595 west, past Pine Island Road, to Nob Hill, and go south. The park entrance will be on your left just before Griffin Road. One inside the park, stay on the main road all the way to the end, where there is a large parking lot in the middle of a big roundabout. Park there and look for the group.

Bring: Bike (no nearby rentals available), helmet (required), water bottle, brown bag lunch, and money and change of clothes for dinner afterwards.

Cost: $3 for Mosaic members, $8 for non-members, plus park admission to Treetops Park ($1.50 per person).

Contact: Rick Dronsky at 954-435-3388 or for more information. No RSVP is required.

Note: This event is being offered through Mosaic Outdoor Club of South Florida ( Please RSVP through their website.

Standup Paddle Boarding Eco Tour in Dania Beach

When: Sunday, October 2 at 9:00 AM

What: Stand Up Paddle boarding is gaining in popularity for many good reasons. People of all ages are discovering that getting out on the water on a paddleboard offers incredible fun, fitness and relaxation. No prior surfing experience is needed to enjoy stand up paddling. Stand Up Paddling is a fantastic core exercise that gets you in shape while you’re having fun. Surround yourself in nature with one of our least difficult paddles that is one of our most scenic too. The mangrove tour is where we usually see tons of local wildlife. We have seen: Manatees, baby manta rays, sting rays, sea turtles, a variety of local fish and more. This is a great tour for families. The tour starts and ends in a great little bay with a shallow beach to play on. We will have the paddleboards for 3 hours and will be finishing up by 12:30 – 1 PM. If folks wish to do lunch we can do so afterwards.

Where: Dania Beach Pier

Directions: From North/West, take I-95 to Griffin Road and go east to US-1. Take US-1 south to Dania Beach Blvd and stay in the right lane. Follow the signs for Dania Pier and make a right turn BEFORE turning into John Lloyd State Park. On A1A going north, make a sharp right turn before the Dania Beach Bridge and follow to the north end of the beach. We will meet at the north end of the parking lot near the fishing pier.

Bring: At least 2 quarts of water, sunscreen, insect repellant, sunglasses with cord, a hat, water shoes, bathing suit, towel, change of clothes and cash for the event (exact change please, thanks), plus money for parking and lunch after the event.

Cost: $33 for Mosaic Members, $38 for Non-members. IMPORTANT: Cash only, with exact change. No checks or credit cards please.

Contact: Rich Chesen at 954-449-3335 or email at

RSVP: RSVP is requested by Saturday, October 1st.

NOTE: This event is being offered through Mosaic Outdoor Club of South Florida ( Please RSVP through their website.

Catamaran Sail, Splash, & Swim

When: Sunday, September 25, 12:30 to 4:30 pm. Arrive by 12:30 for sign-in and boarding. Ship sails at 1:00 pm sharp!

What: An unforgettable excursion awaits you aboard the catamaran Spirit of Ft. Lauderdale. We will tour the "Venice of America" and "Millionaires Row" on the way to the ocean viewing beautiful mansions, mega yachts, and historic sites of Ft. Lauderdale. Then we set sail into the Atlantic Ocean. We’ll make a swim stop off Ft. Lauderdale Beach and then into the Atlantic before returning home. Calypso music and drinks served by our friendly crew will make for a great day! This trip also includes soft drinks, snacks, and bottled water. Guests may bring their own food or receive 10% off any delicious lunch items from the "All About Food Deli" located just next to the Spirit of Lauderdale and bring it aboard to enjoy.

Where: Tropical Sailing’s Spirit of Ft. Lauderdale. Bahia Mar Yachting Center, 801 Seabreeze Blvd (A1A) Slip A109/A111, Fort Lauderdale, FL. (954) 579-8181.

Directions: I-95 to Exit 25 (SR-84 E). Head east on State Road 84 E/Marina Mile Blvd, and turn north (left) onto Federal Highway. Turn right (east) onto SE 17th St. / A1A N, until the road curves left (north) and you are headed north on A1A. The ship is docked at the Bahia Mar, 801 Seabreeze Blvd, on the left.

Parking: Enter the service road in front of the docks and follow to the end. Go through the automatic gate, get a parking ticket to bring with you, and turn left to park. Parking is $5 with a validation from the outfitter. (Much cheaper than the adjacent meter parking!)

Bring: Lunch (or buy at dock), sunscreen, hat, towel, extra cash for parking and a tip, and your best sea shanty.

Cost: $35 for Mosaic members, $40 for Non-Members, plus $5 parking. Your fee includes drinks, snacks, and all taxes.

RSVP: RSVP is required. We must receive payment no later than Thursday, September 22 to insure our group discount and give the ship a head count! Please send check, made payable to “Mosaic”, to Jeff Gaynor at 7441 Wayne Avenue, Apt. #6E, Miami Beach, FL 33141. After Thursday, please call to see if there is still availability.

Contact: BEFORE EVENT: Jeff Gaynor at 305-861-7793 (home) or 786-269-8392 (cell) or email at with any questions. If you have any questions or difficulties on the day of the event, call Spirit of Ft. Lauderdale directly at (954) 579-8181.

Note: This event is being offered through Mosaic Outdoor Club of South Florida ( Please RSVP through their website.

Journey Concert with Mosaic’s Jewish Young Professionals (Ages 25-39)

When: Sunday, September 18, 7 PM to 11 PM

What: Join other young adults (Singles and Couples) for a rockin' night at the Journey Concert. We will have a $5 tailgate party and then enjoy the live outdoor concert. Who doesn't like or know Journey? Come and make new friends and hang out with old ones! RSVP is requested. Spread the word and RSVP today!

Where: The Cruzan Amphitheater 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach Fl 33411. We will meet in the parking lot at 6:30-7 PM before heading to the show (day of concert call for exact location).

Bring: If desired, BYOB and appropriate gear for lawn seats (e.g. blanket). We will provide mixers and snacks.

Driving Directions: From I-95 take Okeechobee Blvd Exit heading West. Follow signs for Cruzan Amphitheater.

Cost: Lawn seat ticket is $32 per person, parking fee, and $5 for tailgate party. Buy your ticket on your own, and pay the $5 for the tailgating party at the event. To buy your ticket, visit:

Contact: Emily Schachtel at 561-866-9069 or with any questions.

RSVP: RSVP is requested. Contact Chad Bishop at 517-819-4989 or

Note: This event is being offered through Mosaic Outdoor Club of South Florida ( Please RSVP through their website.

Horseback Riding at Bar-B-Ranch

When: Sunday, September 18 at 12:30 pm

What: Saddle up and ride with Mosaic at the Bar-B-Ranch. We will spend an hour and a half exploring the Town of Davie’s Robbins Park by horseback and experience the true “Old Florida”. After the ride, we will grab some grub at either Scruby’s or Sonny’s Barbeque in Davie. All levels of riders are welcome.

Where: Bar-B-Ranch, 3500 SW 121 Avenue, Davie

Directions: Take I-95 to I-595 to Flamingo Road. Head south on Flamingo Road and turn east on SW 36 Court and follow it to the end. At the end, turn left and the Bar-B-Ranch is the first driveway on the right.

Cost: $48 for Mosaic members and $53 for Non-members. Contact: Contact Scott Fishman for more information at 954-455-1395 or

RSVP: RSVP required by Thursday, September 15 so we can provide a final count to the stable. Limit 20. After Thursday, call to see if space is still available. To RSVP, please call or email Scott at at 954-455-1395 or Please understand that your reservation will be treated as a definite reservation, and you will likely be responsible to pay even if you do not show up.

NOTE: This event is being offered through Mosaic Outdoor Club of South Florida (www, Please RSVP through their website.

A casual and spiritual place to spend the high holidays...

If you feel uncomfortable, uninspired, or uninvited at synagogue... Come join us for a unique high holiday service...featuring: casual atmosphere constant directions (when to sit, when to stand, what page we're on) meaningful interpretations No pay to pray policy... No entrance fees! No Tickets! No Reservations! Just come and pray!

Dress code: Whatever makes you comfortable; dressy, chill, hip, funky, whatever... just try to keep it modest.

Chabad Lounge 18445 NE 19th Ave NMB FL 33179


BYOB (bring your own book) Purchase a Prayer Book: To keep the costs down so that we can offer these services free of charge we ask that you bring your own prayer book... you can order them online, or go to Aspaclaria Judaica or any of the local Judaica stores and ask for the Annotated Chabad Machzor. You will need one for each of the holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur

Sharsheret Kick Off Event

The Wendy Lester Breast Cancer Educational Fund and Sharsheret: Your Jewish Community Facing Breast Cancer Present

DINA ROTH PORT, Author of Previvors: Facing the Breast Cancer Gene and Making Life- Changing Decisions

Thursday, September 22nd, 7:00pm

RSVP or for more information, please contact Vicki Hamersmith at

Sharsheret is a national non-profit organization dedicated to serving the unique concerns of Jewish women touched by breast and ovarian cancer.

Sponsored by JCC, Hadassah, Temple Judea, The Victor Center, Temple Beth Am, JCS and Cancer Support Community.

Miami Jews and UM Jewish Law Students Happy Hour!

Miami Jews and the UM Jewish Law Students Association invite you to

Third Thursdays Happy Hour

Thursday, September 15th

One free drink with your RSVP!


Segafredo in Brickell

1421 South Miami Avenue

Miami, FL 33131

drinks, nosh and a little relaxation…


Check it out on Facebook!!/event.php?eid=201652863234754

See you tonight!

Rabbi Judy K.

Hillel: Named Nation's Only Jewish 2011 Blue Ribbon School of Excellence

The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day School │The Ben Lipson Hillel Community High School was the nation's only Jewish school to be recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as 2011 National Blue Ribbon School. The early childhood through 12th grade Jewish community day school in North Miami Beach will be honored by The Department at a conference and awards ceremony Nov. 14-15 in Washington, D.C.

“This is a wonderful acknowledgement of the comprehensive work that has been done over the past several years to ensure that Hillel offers its students an academically rigorous and innovative educational program,” said Rabbi Pinchos Hecht, new head of school. “We also view this recognition as a challenge to continue to raise the bar when it comes to such hallmarks of academic excellence, technology-based learning and creative learning and teaching models.”

The National Blue Ribbon School award honors public and private elementary, middle and high schools. Specific to institutions like Hillel, the program honors private schools whose students are at the highest performance level on nationally normed tests. Since 1982, more than 6,500 of America’s schools have received this coveted award, including the 255 public and 49 private schools that will receive the award this year.

“This award is the result of a multi-tiered commitment from the entire Hillel community, our teachers, students, administrative staff and families, to advance our mission and maintain the highest standards of academic excellence,” said Nick Hinrichsen, Hillel’s Head of Upper School. “We look forward to achieving even greater success in the future.”

Among the many innovative academic programs Hillel has introduced over the past few years is the International Baccalaureate® (IB) World School program. The school was the first Jewish day school in the state to offer the very rigorous program, which features curriculum that helps students develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills to live, learn and work in a rapidly changing global economy.

“America’s long-term economic prosperity and civic engagement depends on our children receiving a world-class education,” Duncan said. “National Blue Ribbon Schools are committed to accelerating student achievement and preparing students for success in college and careers. Their success is an example for others to follow.”

A list of the 2011 National Blue Ribbon Schools is available at

From early childhood through Grade 12, Hillel inspires students to become exemplary global citizens with strong Jewish identity through an innovative curriculum enriched by co-curricular experiences. All this is set within a nurturing, diverse, traditional Jewish community. Hillel is the one of the largest Jewish community day schools in the nation and Florida’s first Jewish International Baccalaureate® (IB) World School. For information, please visit

Preview the Jewish Chaplain Monument at MAR-JCC

You are invited to a special event on Tuesday, September 20, at 7 pm, at the Michael-Ann Russell JCC

You are invited to preview the monument honoring the memory of Jewish military chaplains who died in service to their country, which will be officially dedicated at Arlington National Cemetery.

Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center located on the Sanford L. Ziff Campus 18900 NE 25th Avenue North Miami Beach, FL 33180

Tuesday, September 20, at 7 pm, in the Kiblisky Lounge


A wine & cheese reception, guest speakers, and brief ceremony. Free and open to the public. RSVP to David Surowitz, at 305-932-4200 ext. 127.

In partnership with:

The Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation

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