Yiddishe Kinder Parade Through the Streets of Brownsville

The streets of Brownsville, once home to a bustling Jewish community, were once again filled with proud Yiddishe children in a joyous parade led by a marching band.

The Anash community of Brownsville celebrated Lag B’Omer with a joyous parade through its streets, brimming with Jewish pride and led by a marching band.

The festivities kicked off with a fun-filled bounce house for the children. Delicious barbecue, popcorn, cotton candy, and face painting kept the festivities going, culminating in a spirited rally and a crackling bonfire.

Rabbi Yossi Overlander played a key role in coordinating this successful event. The community extends a special thanks to Detective Gary Allan from the NYPD’s 73rd Precinct Community Affairs for their support.

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