Things To Do Chol Hamo’ed

In the comment section, feel free to add your ideas of things to do around town and the Tri-State area this Chol Hamo’ed. The bi-annual Rich Roberts event will be taking place on Monday at Pine Park from 11:30 AM-5:30 PM. The free event, will offer Nosh, rock climbing, pony rides, a moon walk, a petting zoo, a magician and other attracions.

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22 COMMENTS

  1. Check out the great guide in the Shopper. It has a great selection of parks around Lakewood that no one really knows about.
    They also have a great feature of fun games to play with the whole family at the park.

  2. When you’re looking for fun this Chol haMoed with friends and family, the first place to look is KosherKouponz.com. We’re offering amazing deals to the tri-state area’s top destination venues, including HersheyPark, Great Adventure, Dorsey Park and much more, at prices well below standard ticket prices. And with Shemini Atzeret right around the corner, don’t forget to check out the great restaurant deals for bringing gourmet-cooked entrees straight to your holiday table. KosherKouponz.com – your source for great deals for Sukkos and all year long.

  3. GO TO JUMPING BEANZ GYMNASTICS-A NEW INDOOR GYM FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES. Right here in lkwd
    learn skills or just jump around and have a great time in the ball pit on the bars,beams and loads of tumbling equipment

    call them at 732 740 6046 and reserve your slot

  4. Taking a walk in the old city with the family, visiting the churveh reb yehuda hachasid, just walking leisurely and sampling the goods at the shuk is the best chal hamoded with the family

  5. The golan heights is beautifulvisiting the city of katsrin sampling the different wines that are made there the landmarks and the whole of the gallil from zefat to teverya its two day full chol hamoed outing

  6. BAIS HAMEDRASH is the place to be. That’s where I’m heading soon…. and yes with my IPhone, to check in with the scoop to see where else there is to go…that I won’t be going to.

  7. go visit the sick at leisure chateau &
    1)uplift the spitits of the sick & make them feel the kedusha of yom tov
    2)be mechanech your children in raising them about others & how to appreciate & how lucky we ALL are to be healthy….
    3)be part of the mitzva of Bikur cholim
    4)be besimcha on the yom tov of Happiness when a person can see how much more Hashem gives him with health….
    5)many more benefits for you & your children….

  8. I was bbimg someone this morning, then he said he just arrived at Meoras Hamachpala. Not a bad idea. I went to the “Greater Adventure” run by the one and only Rabbi Moskowitz.

  9. I took my kids today to the MIR in Jerusalem and the Belz bais hamedresh its a master piece. BTW the Mir was packed with lomdim its gevaldig its going to stay with us for along time when we head back to lakewood IYH

  10. The only things kids should be doing on chol hamoed is LEARNING. Whoever made up this shtusim that you have to go on these rides is an am haaretz. The yevonim won the milchama!

  11. gedolim say what? says:

    October 17, 2011 at 11:59 am

    The only things kids should be doing on chol hamoed is LEARNING. Whoever made up this shtusim that you have to go on these rides is an am haaretz. The yevonim won the milchama!
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    dont be a hypocrite. get off the internet and go do teshuva

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