Things To Do Chol Hamo’ed – List Yours

Monday, the first day Chol Hamo’ed, the bi-annual Rich Roberts Carnival will be held in Pine Park. The event will take place from 11:30 AM-5:30 PM. The carnival will feature: Rides, Rock Climbing; Obstacle Course; Moon Bounce; Fun Slide; Petting Zoo; Juggler; Magician or other show; and rides on military/police vehicles with photos, and more.


Keansberg Amusement Park.

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  1. Save up to 25% off you car rentals Chol Hamoed and Year-Round. Add CDP# 1876837 to any Hertz reservation. 20-25 yr olds add pc# 144314 to waive the underage fees.

  2. Thank you very much Mr. Roberts for all the chesed you do, and especially the bi-annual chol homoade carnival may it be a zchus for you and your family.

  3. This Tuesday & Wednesday, spend the day and your money on something that will last longer than an amusement ride or an arcade.Learn CPR/AED and Choking and you may save a life one day. Special Father and son special. Call 848-525-6857.

  4. Thank you Dr. Roberts for providing the Lakewood community with this wonderful event once again – what a major Kiddush Hash-m and a great financial help for so many families. My children and grandchildren can’t wait to B’Ezras Hash-m be there as they have every year. May Hash-m grant you the Koach and ability to continue with this beautiful project Ad Bias Goel, and may you have tons of Yiddish Nachas from your family.

  5. Nothing like going to the ‘Bais’ and learning some heliga Torah. Believe me when you do it – you will feel a whole lot better about yourself then waisting precioust time in all this shtusim v’havolim … at best. Not saying that one shouldn’t spend time with the kids and give them a good time but the notion that every day has to be spent on ‘entertainment’ is misguided and a true waste of time.

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