Hebrew lectures, on the subject – Space Unites the World
Wednesday, 10/10/18 at 20:00
TED style inspirational lectures by
Ran Livne, Director General of the Ramon Foundation
Dr. Igal Fattal Astronomer
Dr. Marcus Hilsenert Astrophysicist
Victor Bar Director of Asteroid Day in Israel
Lectures at 21:30, 21:45, 22:00
Star Show – A journey through the night sky of Space Week – Hosted by Nadav Rotenberg, Chairman of the Israel Astronomy Society
Participation in the event is by pre-registration on the website, free of charge, the number of places is limited. The event is for adults, astronomy enthusiasts and space lovers
The event was organized by the Ramon Foundation, the Horizon Educators’ Association and the Israel AstronomySociety
This exciting event will take place at the Lagoon (Argaman) Beach on Friday 21 September – commencing at 06.30am
The course comprises swimming, cycling and running – and is a test of endurance, strength and determination. All are welcome to come to watch and cheer the participants.
For further information and registration: click herehttp://www.netanya.muni.il
Road closures : please note, the following are the streets that will be closed to traffic from 5:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Ben Gurion Blvd. northbound: from Zalman Shneur St. to Simcha Ehrlich St.
Southbound: from Kehilat Tzefat St. to Simcha Ehrlich St.
Ben Ami Blvd.: In both directions- from Bnei Binyamin St. to Kikar Matalon
Simcha Ehrlich St.: In both directions- from Ben Gurion Blvd. to Ben Ami Blvd.
* Controlled exits from Galei Yam southbound will be possible.
Shalom Aleichem St.: In both directions- from Havatzelet Hahof St. to Ben Gurion Blvd.
Havatzelet Hahof St.: In both directions- from Kikar Hashoter (Irus Ha’argaman/Rotem) to Ben Gurion Blvd.
Tzahala St.: In both directions- from Gilo St. to Oved Ben Ami Blvd.
*To the residents of Galei Yam: It will only be possible to exit towards Ben Gurion Blvd.
*To the residents of Ha’Irusim: It will only be possible to exit to Ben Zvi Blvd., according to the directions provided by the traffic officers and the signs.
The streets will be completely blocked off and no vehicles at all will be allowed in, including cars belonging to residents of these streets and work vehicles.
The public is kindly requested to take alternate routes and follow the instructions of the police officers and personnel on site.
The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel in May 14-18, 2019. This will be the first time that the Eurovision Song Contest has been hosted in Israel for 20 years, and the location has been confirmed as Tel Aviv Exhibition Ground. Eurovision in Israel will be a memorable event. So don’t miss it!
Eurovision 2019 in Israel – Dates
The contest’s first Semi Final will take place on May 14, while the second Semi Final on May 16. The Grand Final is scheduled for May 18, 2019.
How to get to 2019 Eurovision Song Contest?
Tel Aviv is the cultural and business centre of Israel, located 45 minutes by road from Israel’s main international airport, Ben Gurion. The list of airlines flying to Tel Aviv is extensive and includes leading low-cost companies such as easyJet, Wizz, and Ryanair who provide great connections from most European cities.
Where should I base myself ?
The weather in mid-May should be perfect for the beach, strolling the boulevards, and enjoying Israel. Basing yourself directly in the host city of Tel Aviv is likely to be the most popular option for Eurovision fans heading to Israel in 2019.
Whilst Tel Aviv is the host city of Eurovision, Netanya located just 25 minutes drive from Tel Aviv is a great option for you to find somewhere to stay for your Eurovision trip to Israel. Centrally located for travelling around Israel, with its beautiful beaches, promenade, and many entertainment centres, IPC Vacation Rentals has many great options available to suit all budgets. Search here for availability and contact us today.
Tickets for Eurovision in Israel
Ticket information for Eurovision in Tel Aviv will be updated closer to the event date.
On Thursday, September 6, 2018, 6:30 p.m.
Innovation in space – exhibit at the planetarium
The Brain and the Senses – Dr. Marcos Hilsenrat
An evening of technological innovation and more.
Tickets for only NIS 10, age 8 and up.
The second Festikali in Netanya – Netanya salutes Israeli music.
Tuesday-Thursday, August 28-30, 2018
at the Arik Einstein Cultural Center, 6 Benny Berman St., Ir Yamim .
Entrance is free – everybody’s invited!
Also click here http://www.netanya.muni.il/Eng for information of the many musical events though the ‘winter’ months connected with this event
Concert at sunset
Tuesday – 28 August
Promenade next to Gallery on the Cliff
Every week a light classical music concert
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
9:00 p.m. New Independence Square
If you want to be out of the heat, take the kids, and enjoy a morning with the band “Rhythmania” In their show “Green Drumming” – special lighting, whetting stones, vibrant costumes and tons of rhythm! Their lively show is on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the Arik Einstein Cultural Center (6 Benny Berman St., Ir Yamim) http://www.netanya.muni.il/Eng
Tickets are available for only 10 NIS at the Absorption Department – Sunday-Thursday, 11:00 am-1:00 pm , Tel: 09-7880570 (Irena) or 09-8308811 (Heichal Hatarbut).
Dancing in the Square is part and parcel of Netanya’s culture and happens every year on Saturday evenings. Even if you don’t know traditional and/or more modern Israeli folk dancing, you’ll soon pick it up from the many many experienced participants. The music alone is lovely to listen to and the dancing is a delight to watch. The upcoming evenings are Saturday 18th and 25th August – from 21.00 to midnight.
The Karmila Festival takes place on August 10th from 12.00 to 18.00 – Independence Square. The festival will celebrate the ethnic and renewed culture of the Ethiopian community, black music, hand-made art, chef’s dishes, homemade beers and performances by Esther Rada, Moti Taka, Axum and other.