Does anybosy have a listing of big Bonfires in Flatbush or Boro Park?
Stolin, Nikelsburg and Veretzky.
Baruch Hashem I am privileged to be in Eretz Yisrael for R’ Shimon bar yochai’s Johrtziet, so I don’t know of any in Brooklyn. I will iy”h be here through Yom Yerushalayim, and will be saying Morid Hatal my entire stay, as per the custom here.
For those of you living in galus (aka outside of BP and Willy) there will be a bonfire with plenty of kosher snacks at the Chabad Center of Prospect Heights on Vanderbilt Ave on Thursday night. Very family friendly and very convenient for the many frum younger couples and singles who have relocated to Park Slope etc.
Actually there are TONS of family friendly BBQ events so why stop there.
screwdriver delight: You wrote “and will be saying Morid Hatal my entire stay, as per the custom here.” As if we don’t say Morid Hatal in Chutz L’Aretz this time of year?
So then why say it in EY? Are you saying that those who daven Nusach Ashkenaz all say Morid Hatal like the opinion of the GRA?
Yes, that is minhag Eretz Yisroel, since for many decades the only ones davening Nusach Ashkenaz in EY were the Prushim.
Here in small town Connecticut………
Fire in the fire pit
BBQs are going full blast
Set up archery targets for the older kids
It’s 91 degrees Farenheit, 2nd day in a row, so we uncovered and opened the pool for the season (never opened this early in the spring.
It’s not Meron, but nicht shlect………………………….
If your in Brooklyn walk and ask and your guaranteed to find a bonfire.