39 members of the Netanya Artists Association present their works.
The exhibition is free and is open to the general public from 11 January to 23 March 2019 in the gallery of the Municipality and in the central space at 6 Hatzoran Street, Sapir Industrial Zone, Netanya.
Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 08:00 to 19:00, closed on Friday and Saturday, and on holidays and holiday eves.
The SEAT Pro Netanya returns from 10-19 January 2019 to officially launch the 2019 Qualifying Series of the World Surf League. Held at Contiki Beach (The Amphitheater) – from the first waves at 7:00am until 5pm.
Music compounds, food stands, surfing products and more – come see those surfers ride the waves.
The Beit Hagdudim (Jewish Legion) Museum
The history of the Jewish Legions during the First and Second World Wars. Really fascinating exhibits, photos, and short film. Worth a visit, especially if your family has connections to the Jewish Brigade of the British Army. Address: Moshav Avihayil (just north of Netanya)
There is an entrance fee, which is waived for soldiers and policemen. Open: Sunday – Thursday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Phone: 09-8822212
Netanya Municipality and Netanya Women’s Council invite you to participate in the launch of the 2nd Health Walkway – Friday, December 14, 2018
On the program :
– 8:15 a.m. Meeting/registration
– 8:30 a.m. The walk will begin on Nachum St. (Ramat Yadin – Dora), continue down Ben Tzvi Blvd. to Pinchas Lavon Blvd, Shazar St. and end on Poleg Beach
– 9:45 a.m. When the walk is finished, there will be a healthy activity on Poleg Beach: zumba and health stands
*Consult your physician and receive approval prior to the sports activity.
Free of charge- you’re all invited! Additional information on – Moetzet Nashim Netanya. The event will be held regardless of the weather
The association for fostering society and Culture, Documentation and Research.
The Museum of the Association for fostering society and culture for preserving the heritage of the Yemenite Jewry presents to the audience the cultural treasures of the Yemenite Jewry. The museum displays historical photos of the Yemenite Jewish immigration and settlement in Israel. A spectacular display of original jewelry brought by the immigrants from Yemen. Rich displays depicting the way of life in Yemen, such as a “Mori” study room, the Yemenite kitchen, and more. A special section of the museum is dedicated to Yemenite manuscripts preserved hundreds of years in exile in Yemen.
Address: 11 Kikar HaAtzmaut Square, Netanya Activity hours: Sunday – Thursday 8:30a.m. – 2:00p.m.
Group visits can be coordinated in the afternoon hours.
Phone: 09-8331325 www.teman.org.il
Candle lighting of the giant Hanukkah menorah (Chanukiah) in the new Independence Square (screens) and distribution of sufganiyot (doughnuts) every evening at 6:00 p.m. by Netanya Chabad House – Gad Machnes St 6, and workshops for the entire family, beginning at 5:00 p.m.
For more details of daily Chanukah events in Netanya click here