Saturday, July 25, 2009

Source Material for "Challenge of Dinosaurs"

Click on the link to the right and download source information for Rabbi Slifkin's multi-media presentation, "The Challenge of Dinosaurs" at Kesser Maariv, 7:30pm on Sunday night, July 26th. The material will also be available at the lecture.
Also, click here.

Afternoon Zoo Tour is full

The 2-5pm Zoo Tour is full. There are still about 20 spots left in the morning tour 10:30-1:30pm

Friday, July 24, 2009

Meeting place and contact phone for the Zoo Tours

The meeting place for the Zoo Tour at Lincoln Park will be the main entrance on the East side of the zoo which opens onto Cannon Drive.
Also, here are the contact cell phones to call if you show up late to the tour. If you get there late, call this number and we will tell you where we are in the zoo.
Morning tour: 773-339-1457 Heschel Weiner
Afternoon Tour: 847-648-0406 Noah Goldman
Make sure to put on sunscreen, wear hats, and bring bottles of water.
Looking forward to seeing you!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Monday, June 15, 2009

Rabbi Slifkin's Lecture on Dinosaurs July 26 time and place

Rabbi Slifkin's presentation "The Challenge of Dinosaurs"will be held at Congregation Kesser Maariv, 4341 W. Golf in Skokie, 7:30pm, Sunday, July 26th. Mark this date and place for a very enlightening evening. Tax deductible recommended donation is $18/person in advance of the lecture date and $25 at the door.
Reservations should be made to

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Zoo Tours July 26 Lincoln Park Zoo Tentative Schedule

Here is the tentative schedule for Rabbi Slifkin's Zoo Tours at the Lincoln Park Zoo on July 26, 2009. You meet Rabbi Slifkin at the Main Entrance to the Zoo at Fullerton:
Price: $20 per adult, $15 for a student
Rain or Shine!
If Shine: Wear Caps (or hats) and bring water bottles.
If Rain: Bring Umbrellas and water bottles

First Tour: 10:30am - 1:30pm
Second Tour: 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Zoo Torah is an educational enterprise that synthesizes two concepts. It uses Torah as an aid for wildlife education, and it uses wildlife as an aid for Torah education.

Start making your reservations for the zoo tour:
Directly to Rabbi Slifkin:
or to the Walder Center (we keep a record and pass it on to Rabbi Slifkin):

This is separate from the Sunday evening lecture at 7:30pm. Make all reservations for the lecture to:

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Natan Slifkin is Congregation KINS Scholar in Res.

Rabbi Dr. Leonard Matanky of Congregation KINS of West Rogers Park has informed us that in conjunction with Rabbi Natan Slifkin's visit to Chicago July 24 - 26, 2009, he will be the KINS Scholar In Residence for that Shabbat (Chazon). More details to follow. It appears that weekend is gearing up to be highly interesting and thought provoking!