Come visit Israel in the Winter. There is so much to do here. What are you waiting for?

20 top things to do during the winter in Israel by Abigail Klein Leichman, Israel21c

Good morning from Netanya


Poleg Beach


SWAN LAKE at Netanya Cultural Center


SWAN LAKE at Netanya Cultural Center

Tuesday 25th November at 8pm
To reserve your tickets, call thebox office: 09-8308811

Artistic director:
Star World Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet Theater Mikhail Meister – Leberovsky
Leading roles – the Bolshoi Theatre Soloists

Netanya Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra Performance

The Netanya Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra will be performing on Tuesday 18 November at 20:30, at the Netanya Cultural Center Auditorium.

Corelli – Concerto Grosso
Haydn Concerto for two horns (performing horn and trumpet) – with Ruth Varon and Guy Sarig
Telemann – Concerto for two violas – Lina Getman and Roman Kononovich
Partouche – Concertino for Strings
Mozart – Symphony N. 40
Tickets: at the box office 09-8308811


Football (Soccer) – Netanya is Proud to Host the European U-19 Preliminary Championship

Remaining games at the Netanya Stadium on the following dates:

Israel – Sweden
Friday 14 November 2014
1:00 p.m.

Israel – Ukraine
Monday 17 November 2014
5:00 p.m.

Entrance is free of charge

Dinner Rush – Tel Aviv

“Dinner Rush” – November 17 will bring the launch of Tel Aviv pop-up restaurant experience Dinner Rush, running six weeks long and involving six different restaurant concepts. Each week will offer an entirely new restaurant, each with its own unique theme and style of cooking. This vibrant culinary experience offers specially tailored menus to cater to local diners looking for an exceptional experience each week. Along with trendy menus, the restaurants will bring talented chefs along with them from various culinary institutions from across the country – Get ready for some major taste testing!

Nov 17- Dec 27, 48 Nachalat Binyamin St, Tel Aviv, see:

A new Planetarium is on it’s way to Netanya!


A new planetarium is on it’s way to Netanya!

Mayor Miriam Fierberg-Ikar hosted Mr. Madarame-San, a true supporter of Israel from Japan, who has made a very generous contribution to establish a planetarium in Netanya. The donation, made though the Netanya Foundation, covers the construction of a 1,200 square meter building that will include a planetarium, different activity rooms, a meditation space, and an education center for visiting students from all over Israel.

Get excited for this unique addition to Netanya…we certainly are!

Netanya Planetarium - The Netanya Foundation

Photo courtesy of the Netanya Foundation.

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