Bar mitzvah in New York City Alger House
New York City is a fantastic place to learn and observe different religious traditions and different cultures. This vibrant city is the one that I would easily consider one of most tolerant and diverse cities in the world. Lately I had a great pleasure to be a part of Bar mitzvah celebration.
It was the Pride Parade weekend and the city was easy to navigate. I got to Alger House in mid-morning. It was my first time there and I hope to more frequent guest there. The indoors has a beautiful setting. Both floors have something to offer. Open space with filled with historical furniture and artifact is kept clean and high white ceilings keep the whole thing modern. There is also a gorgeous fireplace upstairs. I fell in love with this place. The family made a great choice!
Bar mitzvah celebration
The whole Bar mitzvah celebration was kept candid. I loved to walk around taking photos of Aaron, his family and friends. I also had an opportunity to take Aaron for a few photos on the streets in the Village. It was a great few hours of joy and happiness. The Alger House in the Village did great work in helping the events go smoothly. The bend was also great. At one point even dad joined them in chanting and singing.
Thank you for having me and Mazel Tov.
Photos: Blazej Sendzielski