Crown Heights Imahos U’banos to Open 2 New Locations

After maxing out its first location, the Crown Height’s Women’s Circle will be opening two more Imahos U’banos satellite locations in the greater neighborhood. 

Last month, Crown Heights showed the Women’s Circle their appreciation via an epic response to the Circle’s crowdfunding campaign. This month, the Circle gives back, even more, with the opening of two more Imahos U’banos satellite locations in the greater neighborhood. 

For the past six years, mother and daughter duos have gathered monthly for meaningful chavrusa sessions at the Circle’s Imahos U’banos program. For many moms, the gatherings have become their sacred time to spend one on one with their daughters. The program has become so popular that the shul is B”H maxed out.

Now, with the generosity of Dovid and Malkie Smetana, the Circle is expanding to two new locations in Lubavitch of Remsen Village (270 East 91st Street) and, in conjunction with their sisterhood, Nosson’s Shul (579 Brooklyn Ave, corner Midwood). Participants are invited to attend any of the three programs at no charge and with no affiliation necessary!

The original location, at the newly renovated Kahal Chassidim shul (1612 Carroll Street), is dedicated to the memory of a very special girl, Hadassah Lebovic a”h. The two new sites are sponsored in loving memory of Frimit Rikal bas Tzvi Hirsh.

The three branches will unite for an evening of learning and fun at the annual Imahos U’banos BBQ in the spring. For more information about any of the locations, or about other Women’s Circle offerings, please visit

For more information about the branch at Lubavitch of Remsen Village, please contact Sheva Sputz 718 916 4541; the branch at Nosson’s Shul, please contact Nechamy Rabin 347 414 3465; the branch at Kahal Chassidim, please contact Chanel Lipskier 347 420 5622.

To bring a branch of Imahos U’banos to your shul, email [email protected].

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