Unit Head Update – The Start of Session Two!

Unit Head Update – The Start of Session Two!

It’s a beautiful day at Eisner Camp and we’ve had an incredible start to Session Two! Want to know what your child’s unit is up to? Each week, we share an update with you from our unit heads about what our campers did last week. We hope you enjoy this...
Jewish Life Weekly Update, Week 5

Jewish Life Weekly Update, Week 5

Here at camp, we eat three healthy meals every day, plus snacks and sometimes candy or other treats. But this week in Limud, we learned that hunger is a serious problem in the U.S. and around the world. Chalutzim campers have been learning about different Jewish...
Opening Ceremony – Pass that Torah!

Opening Ceremony – Pass that Torah!

By Rabbi David Widzer, Temple Beth El of Northern Valley, Closter, NJ Passing the Torah to the next generation is the true mission of any Jewish camp.  Eisner Camp takes that mission literally.  Each session, the Opening Ceremony begins in the camp’s outdoor Beit...
Eisner Will Not Stand Idly By

Eisner Will Not Stand Idly By

By Rabbi Joel Mosbacher, Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Mahwah, NJ Never have I been prouder to be a part of the Eisner Camp community. You see, at camp, we live in a bubble—a beautiful, almost idyllic one. Kids move freely on their own in safety, choosing their own...
Jewish Life Weekly Update, Week 4

Jewish Life Weekly Update, Week 4

A middah is a measure of character. The Chalutzim unit has been learning about this concept in Limud all this session. Honesty, humility, gratitude, compassion, and patience are some of the middot they’ve explored. We’ve le arned that none of these are inherent...
Chagigah 2015

Chagigah 2015

by Nina Berkowitz, Fine and Performing Arts Director Seven years ago, when our Fine Arts building was created from the old carpentry storage barn, Louis invited me to turn that building into an arts pavilion—an addition to our already successful art program. With...