Wednesday: BML’s Night at the Net event

[COMMUNICATED] Night At The Net is the most anticipated event of the summer. A volleyball tournament, uplifting entertainment performed by Beri Weber together with Eli Lax & band, lavish BBQ, beer & wine tasting, cigar rolling, tshirts and more.

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There are 8 Comments to "Wednesday: BML’s Night at the Net event"

  • Old Talmud says:

    I don’t get the entrance fee… wrong to demand a certain amount
    I guess I won’t be there.

    • yossi says:

      I am sure since you are a old talmid and simply live up to that amount, you can simply reach out and to a hanhalah member and ask if you can participate with your smaller donation

      We can’t forget that the amount of time effort and money invested into these events are that the mosad should make money


  • Just sayin says:

    What is BML??

  • samantha says:

    so is music allowed during the 3 weeks? i always get confused with the 9 days

  • Chaim Schwartz says:

    Bais Medrash Letorah is an amazing yeshiva where many people learn & grow. The entrance fee is maser to a yeshiva. its nice that the talmidim & the klal support this special makom torah

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  • ted says:

    great place

  • Bobby from Flatbush says:

    Volley ball I can understand. Barbecue I can understand. But beer tasting and cigar rolling???? IN THE NAME OF RAISING MONEY TO BETTER SERVE YOUNG YESHIVA BOYS? This is a Jewish minhag? Something to aspire to??? A beer gut and cancer! Nice Yiddish aspirations, NOT!