To add to the joy of the Sukkot holiday, the Orthodox Union Department of Community Services, in conjunction with the Lincoln Square Synagogue and Cantorial Council of America, present a Simchat Beit HaShoeva dinner and music program with a leading composer, songwriter and entertainer — Yitzy Spinner.
The event will take place at the Lincoln Square Synagogue, 200 Amsterdam Ave (between 69th and 70th streets) on Wednesday, October 7 at 7 p.m. Rabbi Shaul Robinson of Lincoln Square Synagogue will welcome the audience with words of Torah.
“Yitzy Spinner has performed Jewish music all over the world in countries such as Belgium, Holland, England, not to mention the United States, Canada and Israel. We are certain that Yitzy’s ever-inspiring music will delight the audience at the event and help everyone connect to the holiday of Sukkot in a very meaningful way,” declared Frank Buchweitz, OU National Director of Community Services and Special Projects.
Admission to the event is $20, which includes dinner and program; the program alone is $15. It is available by pre-paid registration only, which can be made online at www.oucommunity.org or by phone at 212-613-8126.