PHOTOS: The Rich Roberts Chol Hamoed event Going on Now


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  1. Thank you Dr. Roberts! The kids said it was the best chol hamoed trip ever! A real hit this year! We loved the rides, the lines weren’t too long and everyone had a ball! The shows were incredible and the cotton candy delicious! Thank you!

  2. Constructive criticism: lines were not too long- that was a plus!!. Shows were too crowded. Needed bentches and bleachers. My kids couldn’t see much. After a few minutes if holding a 4.5 year old, he had to leave. He was too heavy to hold on shoulders. His big brother couldn’t see either. People were standing and blocking. Need outdoor area or more space and seating for shows. Also, toward the end of the day it was pouring. Traffic control didn’t let me do a pickup that i arranged with my children. I just wanted to drive in, pick up kids and turn around. Even though many cars were going out no entry in was allowed. I had to park on road and get soaking wet to meet my kids. Traffic control told me to call my kids to meet me on the roads. Well, i didn’t have a cell phone. Couldn’t understand what they were thinking- it was pouring!! Otherwise, kids had a lovely time. Thank you Dr. Roberts for sponsoring this event. My kids look forward to it.

  3. Thank you Dr. Roberts for a really enjoyable day. We sincerely appreciate it. Bleachers for the shows would be great. (My little ones were sitting on the floor in front and as the shows got exciting and people started moving up, they almost got trampled.) Was especially nice to have The Parrot Rebbe who added a “Yiddishe Taam” to the shows. All in all, a great day. Tizku Limitzvos!

  4. Thank you for an amazing family trip. The shows were better than ever and easier for the kids to see. Thank you for very much for a very very wonderful chol hamoed

  5. Greatly appreciate all that you do!!! I think a place like Blue Claws stadium could comfortably accomodate the throngs of people that attend your events and everyone could easily see the shows.All the years it did not rain on your events I think the One Above give special attention to your events. I think if you went back outdoors you will be granted the same Siyata Shmaya as previous years. Again thanks for All that you do!

  6. No one should complain as it didn’t cost u a penny but I can’t understand how selfish some adults can be and stand in the middle and block kids from seeing the show. This is geared to kids not for immature adults who didn’t let kids behind them see. They specifically announced that if u want to stand u must stay against the wall so as not to block children behind u. U ruined it for the other kids who could not see.

  7. Thank you Dr. Roberts for your generous chol hamoed event. Only problem was l couldn’t see any of the shows because l’m a short adult and had to stand in the back, holding a child up so he could see only made it harder. Please consider bleachers next time. l also had to park a considerable distance away. lf l could have made a short cut through the trees that are between Oberlin and the cheder it would have been better, so a temporary bridge over the water between the trees would have been good.

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