I hope all is well on your end. By now you have received the packets with the yomim noraim information. I hope you will be joining us for what I hope will be an inspiring yomim noraim experience.
This Shabbos morning I hope you will join our family, in celebrating the aufruf of our son Moshe, who im yirtzeh Hashem will be getting married this coming Wednesday night in New York. Our Shabbos afternoon class will not meet this week or next week, but will hopefully continue in two weeks, on Shabbos September 3.
As part of the Shabbos mivorchim Elul ruach, we will have a Karlbach Kabbolas Shabbos tefilah tonight.
This coming Monday there will be a solar eclipse that will be visible. There are some places around the country where one would be able to see the entire eclipse. Here in Cleveland we will be able to see approximately 80% of the eclipse. Special glasses are suggested to be worn, so as not to cause damage to your eyes. In my research it seems that a bracha is not recited for seeing the eclipse. The eclipse will be visible in the early afternoon. If you are interested check for the exact times.
Have a great Shabbos.