The Buffalo Grove Eruv is the largest in Chicagoland and is built to the most stringent halachic standards. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of many terrific volunteers under the supervision of Rabbi Zehnwirth, the eruv allows for people to carry outside of their private domains on Shabbos. What's an eruv? Where's the eruv? So glad you asked! Get the info here: www.bgeruv.com
Did you know that Buffalo Grove has a beautiful, brand-new, spa-like women's mikvah? Make an appointment, ask questions, or get more information by calling Elisa: (224) 442-4241 or (773)-484-0100 www.bgmikvah.com
The BAY (Bais Ahavas Yisrael) center is so much more than a synagogue--it's a community hub and a warm, loving family. With services three times a day, a full schedule of classes and events, and delicious cholent at the weekly Shabbos kiddush, what more can you ask for? Contact Rabbi Grunberg with any questions: (847) 947-4229 www.bayshul.com
Buffalo Grove is enriched by the presence of the Northern Lights Kollel, an organization dedicated to the growth of Torah learning and Judaism in the northern suburbs. If you're looking for one-on-one or group classes, lectures, and events, reach out to Rabbi Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website.
The Center runs many projects for the benefit of our community. From Tomchei Shabbos to Chaveirim to Torah programs and minyanim, Chicagoland is fortunate to have such a wonderful organization in its midst. thechicagocenter.org
A project of the Agudath Israel of Illinois, Camp Nageela is a fun and meaningful summer experience for Jewish kids. Two excellent programs for girls and boys on a gorgeous campus with dedicated staff give kids the gift of a lifetime. www.campnageelamidwest.org
Your resource for just about anything you wanted to know about Judaism, Jewish holidays, Torah, Israel, and the Jewish perspective on current events. Aish.com