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The JCC, Shevet Metzada, and the IAC invite you to join us for an incredible Celebrate Israel in honor of Israel’s 73rd Independence Day.
The event will begin with interactive bingo and dancing activities, decorating vehicles with Israeli flags, and family photos. All activities will be projected on LED screens that will be placed at the JCC especially for the event. During the evening, each car will receive Israeli snacks as well as creative art activities.
At 7 PM we will start a live screening from Jerusalem with performances by Rami Kleinstein, Tislam, Sarit Hadad, Idan Raichel, and more. This is a nationwide event, with multiple communities in the United States celebrating with us.
The event is with the support of the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey.
Ticket is $25 per car.
Please reserve your spot as the number of vehicles is limited and registration will close prior to the event.
5:30PM Arrival time
5:50PM Interactive activity that will be screened on LED screens
7:00PM Live show broadcast from Israel
With Elad Kabilio
Discover the beautiful Israeli songs of the holy city Jerusalem. Elad Kabilio will take you on a musical journey of the streets of Jerusalem, its famous sites and fascinating history with songs from the founding days of Israel to this day. Featuring an exciting mix of liturgical songs, war-time songs, pop songs and more, we will celebrate the city of gold and its people.
Elad Kabilio is celebrated by the New York Times for “his vibrant playing full of texture and nuance”. Israeli Cellist Elad Kabilio has dual career as performer and lecturer. He currently teaches at the famed Manhattan School of Music and gives lectures through the concert series MusicTalks. Elad is a popular presenter on music at our JCCU.
Presented by the IAC OfekHub Enrichment (IAC Israeli American Council)
For information and to register click here
With Maya Lotan
TLV Graffiti – Color, technique, art and social statements – in this course we will look at works by artists and creators of graffiti and street art from Tel Aviv-Jaffa. We'll discuss the uniqueness of the Israeli artists, the different techniques that the artists use in their work, and try them out. We will look at the social issues that the Graffiti in Tel Aviv expresses and try to understand the Israeli mood through the artist’s work.
Maya Lotan is a tour-guide and Jewish educator. She holds a master’s degree in Israeli Studies with a specialization in modern history.
Presented by the IAC OfekHub Enrichment (IAC Israeli American Council).
For information and to register click here.