How do I register?

To register for Torah New York, please visit ou.org/torahny/signup and enter your information. Upon completion of the registration, you will receive an email confirmation. If you have any questions about registration, please call (212) 613-8308.

What is the reserved seating option on the registration form?

Reserved seating in the first few rows of each shiur will be earmarked for those who take advantage of this option. Please note that once the session starts, those unaccounted reserved seating spots can be filled by the general public.

I just registered, now what?

We are looking forward to seeing you on Sunday, September 22nd. After completing the registration, you will receive an email confirmation. Approximately 1 week prior to the Torah New York program you will receive an email confirmation of program details – pick up your program book and name badge(s) on the day-of at registration.

How much will parking cost?

Parking is complimentary for all Torah New York attendees. Upon arrival in Lot G-Rotunda off of 126th Street, tell the parking attendant you are there for Torah New York and they will direct you where to park. Click here for parking information. 

Is Torah New York handicap accessible?

Citi Field offers several accommodations for guests with disabilities, including seating, wheelchair entry entrances, drinking fountains, elevators, parking, and restrooms. All workshop locations are handicap accessible.

What’s the address of the event?

Road signs and smartphone travel apps should search for “Citi Field.”

What type of food is available at the Concession?

The concessions, catered by Esprit Events, is certified by the OU and will be serving Glatt Kosher and Pas Yisrael food. The options will be outlined in the concession menu on the Torah New York website. The concession stand will be open from 11-5PM and will be located inside the Foxwoods on the 5th Floor. Snacks can be purchased between the Delta First and Delta Third Base. 

Is this program for men and women?

Yes, all shiurim are open to men and women and there is no shiur that is separate seating.

Will there be Mincha?

Yes. we are pleased to be hosting a Mincha Pop-up throughout the day. The space is equipped with siddurim, seating and a mechitzah and guests will be able to attend throughout the day to get a minyan.

Where do I pick up pre-ordered Shop Torah NY merchandise?

Individuals who pre-ordered merchandise from Shop Torah NY can skip the order lines and go directly to the 5th Floor Vendor Section of the Foxwoods.

Can I bring in my own food?

Yes, you can bring your own food. Please do not bring anything in glass bottles, metal cans, and containers or hard-sided coolers. Guests may bring in one, soft, plastic, factory-sealed water bottle 20 ounces or less. Guests may also bring in one sealed, soft-sided child’s juice box. Please note that complimentary water stations will be available at each shiur location. The OU has provided seating in the Foxwoods Lounge behind the stage to sit and eat.

Light refreshments will be available for those who attend the Daf Yomi program in the morning.

Will the shiurim be recorded?

Yes, all shiurim will be recorded and will be accessible at OUTorah.org a later date.

Is there a hashtag you are using?

Yes! #TorahNY

What are the security policies?

Firearms and any item deemed dangerous (knives, box cutters) will not be permitted on the premises.

What types of public transportation are available?

Torah New York is accessible via the following:

BY BUS

From Queens:

Citi Field is served by the Q48 bus. Many other bus lines connect with the 7 train, including the Q18, Q23, Q29, Q32, Q39, Q45, Q47, Q53, Q58, Q60, Q67, Q72, Q104, B24, and B61. For more information, please call 511.

From Long Island:

Connections to the 7 train can be made at Flushing/Main Street via Long Island Bus lines N7, N20, N21. For more information, please call MTA Long Island Bus 511.

From Port Authority:

Connections to the 7 train can be made by taking the E train to the 74th Street-Broadway / Roosevelt Avenue stop in Jackson Heights.

 

NJ TRANSIT

Take NJ Transit to Penn Station and transfer to the LIRR. Citi Field is just two stops from Penn Station.

 

METRO NORTH

Change for the 7 train line at Grand Central Station. Take the 7 train to Mets/Willets Point Station.

 

LONG ISLAND RAILROAD (LIRR)

Direct LIRR service to Citi Field is available from Penn Station, Woodside, and all stations on the Port Washington Branch. Those traveling from Long Island or southern Queens on other branches can reach Citi Field by changing trains at Woodside, just a five-minute ride from the ballpark. Attendees from New York City or New Jersey can board any Port Washington Branch train at Penn Station, which is just 19 minutes away on the LIRR. The ballpark is just 17 minutes from Great Neck and 27 minutes from Port Washington.

For more details visit mta.info or you also can call New York City Transit, Long Island Rail Road or Metro-North via 511 from any phone in New York State. Simply say (at any time) MTA or the service you are interested in: Subways and Buses, Long Island Rail Road or Metro-North.

If you are deaf or hard of hearing, use your preferred relay service provider or the free 711 relay.

 

SUBWAY

Via 7 Train:

Services Citi Field at the Mets/Willets Point Station and makes stops in Manhattan at Times Square, 5th Avenue, and Grand Central Station.

Via E, F, G, R, or V Trains:

Connections to the 7 train can be made at the 74th Street-Broadway / Roosevelt Avenue stop in Jackson Heights.

Via N or W Trains:

Transfer to the 7 train at Queensboro Plaza.

For travel information, please call MTA New York City Subway at 511.

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