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Our women's Mikva is located behind the building adjacent to The Family Shul 8001 Bathurst st. Corner of Flamingo Rd.

The Mikva is a cornerstone of Jewish family life. It is used by brides before their marriage, and for married women for the duration of their child-bearing years. Private classes are available on the laws of Family Purity, of which Mikva is a part, for both brides and those long-married.

 

Important Information about the COVID-19 VIRUS and Mikvah Use,

Please read before coming to the Mikvah

Following numerous cases of confirmed COVID-19 in the community, the Chabad Flamingo Mikvah is implementing enhanced measures to ensure the safety of all women.

You may  not attend the Mikvah if :
1. You have been told by your doctor or per TPH guidelines to quarantine yourself. Please speak to your Rav for further guidance!
2. You have any flu-like symptoms such as cough, runny nose, fever, sore throat, diarrhea etc. or have been diagnosed with the virus. Check with your doctor and Rov once you are symptom-free, about when you can go to the Mikvah.
3. If you share the same living space with someone who has confirmed COVID-19, you must confirm with your Rov and doctor if you may use the Mikvah.

All others may attend the Mikvah. However, all preparations (including final shower) must be done at home. In addition please bring your own towel, robe, and supplies, as they will not be provided. When you arrive at the Mikvah, just recomb your hair and re-inspect yourself before immersion. If you do not have a bathtub available at home, then ask your Rov how to prepare properly at home.

For your safety, we will also be maintaining stricter hygiene measures and deeply disinfecting preparation rooms between use.

If you have any questions, please consult your rabbi and doctor. 

In the merit of the observance of this holy mitzvah and our eternal commitment to the laws of family purity, may Hashem protect us and empower us to bring spiritual and physical protection to our homes, our communities, and to the entire world.

With wishes for a complete refuah sheleimah to all those affected, and a quick end to this pandemic.

$20.00 - Weeknights
$25.00 - Friday nights and Holidays 

Please remember to bring your own towel and exact change
Please make sure to check back on this page before coming to the Mikvah in case there are any updates or changes: 

Summer Hours: 
Please call 905-763-4040 X 31 when you arrive at the Mikvah to speak to the attendant for instructions: 

July 27 - August 1 

  • Sunday - Thursday - Mikva opens 9:15pm to 11:00pm
  • Motzai Shabbos - Mikva opens 45 minutes after Shabbat for 1 1/2 hours  
  • Friday nights  -  by appointment only.  

    July 29th - Tisha B'Av - Closed
    July 30th - 10pm-12am
     

August 2 - August 8 

  • Sunday - Thursday - Mikva opens 9:00pm to 11:00pm
  • Motzai Shabbos - Mikva opens 45 minutes after Shabbat for 1 1/2 hours  
  • Friday nights  -  by appointment only. 

August 9 - August 28 

  • Sunday - Thursday - Mikva opens 8:30pm to 10:30pm
  • Motzai Shabbos - Mikva opens 45 minutes after Shabbat for 1 1/2 hours  
  • Friday nights  -  by appointment only.  

August 30 - Winter Months

  • Sunday - Thursday - Mikva opens 8:00pm to 10:00pm
  • Motzai Shabbos - Mikva opens 45 minutes after Shabbat for 1 1/2 hours  
  • Friday nights  -  by appointment only.  

Weekday Evening - 905-763-4040 X 31

Friday nights and Holidays - available by appointment only.
For appointments please call
Day/Evening - 905.763.4040 X 23
In case of emergency  - 905-763-9611
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Men's Mikvah - IS NOW CLOSED

We are pleased to inform the community that we have now installed a combination lock on the men's Mikvah entrance so as to provide all Shul (and Mikvah) Members with the flexibility of coming and going at their own convenience. To receive the number please e mail Rabbi Yossi.