Men’s Club

mens club basementOur Men’s Club has a simple mission: be a fun, relevant, and compelling forum where men with different interests, skills, and levels of spirituality, can meet, socialize, work, and learn in brotherhood. Whether it’s sports, humor, food, debates, Torah, networking, social action, or kibitzing, Men’s Club offers the opportunity to get involved.

A sample regular activities include softball, Monday Night football, “Gastronomic” Nights Out, Bowling, Gourmet Breakfasts, Mother’s Day Brunch, Super Bowl Party, Temple projects, and MORE.

We are always looking for new members who want to get involved to support an activity or just to attend. Bring your ideas, energy, and enthusiasm. You’ll get much more than you give.


Cooking with Bob
Join Men’s Club on Tuesday, January 8 and 29 at 7:30 PM for “Cooking with Bob”.  Join us at TBO for hands-on* cooking tips!  Everyone samples the results!!!  RSVP to  *Due to space limitations, only the first 12 who RSVP get hands-on cooking, everyone else will be able to schmooze, observe, and sample the results! A “tentative” third date is set for Tuesday, February 19, stay tuned for more details!

The Fatherhood Project
Join us on Sunday, February 3 and April 7 at 9:30 AM. This is a group of dads who discuss issues about family and raising their kids. The topic for the first session is “An Introduction to the Fatherhood Project”. April’s session topic will be “How the internet ate my kid’s brain”.

Bowling with the Boys
The boys will be bowling on Wednesday, February 13! Time and place to be announced! Come out with us and join in the fun!

Men’s Club Breakfast
The RETURN of the Men’s Club Breakfast on Sunday, March 3 at 9:30 AM. Open to ALL TBO members! Our topic is learning about the impact and importance of organ donation. We will have a speaker from the non-profit “NJ Sharing Network” and from the TBO community recounting their personal organ donation experience.

If you are interested in receiving e-mail notification of Men’s Club events, contact DAve Anolick at or Bob Goldstein at 973-993-5942 or e-mail at , or any member of Men’s Club.