Shabbat L'Khulam Service At Beth Shalom; Township Offices Close Early Friday

Check out what's happening in and around Livingston on Friday.

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Temple Beth Shalom, at 193 East Mount Pleasant Ave., will hold Shabbat L'Khulam on Friday at 6:15 p.m. The service welcomes those of and abilities. Enjoy a special Oneg following services.

Join Cantor Knoller as she leads us in this program created as a warm, nurturing, supportive environment for families with members of all abilities. This is an interactive service where you will be encouraged to dance, play instruments, and pray from your heart. 

This program is sponsored by the TBS Inclusion Committee, which promotes the opportunity for full inclusion and participation of all people in religious and communal life, regardless of physical, cognitive, emotional or behavioral ability. If you would like to join the Inclusion Committee, or get more information, send an email to TBSinclusion@gmail.com. 

Livingston's town hall and all township offices at noon on Friday.

The offices will be closed to allow employees to attend the township's annual employee recognition event and holiday luncheon scheduled that day. Offices will reopen during regular business hours on Monday, Dec. 16.

Find where garage/yard/estate sales are happening in Livingston and surrounding area using Patch's interactive map.  

Get a rundown of open houses in and around Livingston.

Have a question or news tip? Contact the editor Michael D'Onofrio by sending an email to mike.donofrio@patch.com or find the Patch on Facebook and Twitter. To get news right in your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter. 


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