Yom Haatzmaut Fly Over Air Show 2019

Every Yom Haatzmaut, the Israeli Air Force arrange a special air show and fly-over which passes over much of the country. The show features a range of aircraft from the IAF fleet including acrobatic planes, and lasts around 45 minutes. The aircraft pass over most major towns and cities in the country. A series of flyovers head from Beer Sheva to Jerusalem, through the Jordan Valley, over the major towns and cities of the Galilee, and then back down the Mediterranean Coast, passing Tel Aviv and passing over the cities of the Negev. Other fly-overs cover the southern Negev, and center of the country.

For a hebrew timetable of the flyover and events at Airforce bases click here.

The flyover will begin in Netanya on 9 May at 11:33 am – make your way to the beach or to the Iris reserve for a great view of the action.





During our ‘winter’ days – visit Beit Hagdudim

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

“The soap cried very much” Exhibition until 17 November

Exhibition “The soap cried very much”

A group exhibition on cleanliness and dirt in contemporary Israeli art will open at the Gallery on the Cliff in Netanya. This is a loaded issue that accompanies the life of every person – one we rarely think about beyond everyday life. To the question of how much cleanliness and dirt preoccupy the Israeli society in general and contemporary Israeli art in particular, are planning to answer about twenty-five artists in an exhibition bearing the name “The soap cried very much”.

Place: Gallery on the Cliff, 19 Ha’Mapilim St. Netanya

The opening will take place on Friday, 28.9.18 at 11:30 / Closing on Saturday, 17.11.18

A gallery tour will take place on Friday, 19.10 at 10.30

Gallery opening hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday – 10: 00-14: 00, 17: 00-20: 00
Friday and Saturday – 10: 00-14: 00

Arik Schneider – Exhibition “Touch of Gold”

“Touch of Gold” exhibition

 At the Shlomo Dror Art Institute, 18 David Hamelech St. in the yard, Netanya

The exhibition is open on Friday and Saturday – August 10 and 11 from 10: 00-14: 00

You can schedule a visit at another time – By phone: 052-8845660 Eric

Netanya is actually 90 years old – celebrate Netanya’s history during July

Every Friday from 8.6.18 – Israel Beach Soccer League

 The city of Netanya is proud to host the Israeli Beach Soccer League.
“Bank Yahav” League
Every Friday starting on Friday 08.06.18 at the  “MODY” stadium on Poleg Beach Netanya
Admission is free.
Everybody is invited!!


For all tennis fans – here in Ir Yamim, Netanya

The Municipal Tennis Centre, adjacent to the Ir Yamim Mall, in Netanya is hosting the International Men’s Tennis Tournament –  This is taking place from 10-16 June 2018 at the Municipal Tennis Center.  Entrance to the competition is free – come and watch the competitors from both Israel and abroad.

For visitors to Israel, the tennis courts can be rented for 60 shekels per hour.

The centre is open to the public :

Sunday-Thursday: 07:00 -11: 00 and 15: 00-22:00

Friday: 07: 00-12: 00  and  Saturday: 07: 00-11: 00

Telephone bookings: 052-3949162  or  09-8824054

In addition, adjacent to the tennis courts is the Sportek which includes a jogging track, fitness equipment, a basketball court and a rollers rink


National Siren Drill 13.3.18

On Tuesday, March 13th 2018, sirens will be sounded across the country at 11:05 am and 7:05 pm as part of the National Home Front Drill. Additionally, alerts will be activated via the television, radio, internet websites, the Home Front application and beepers for the hard-of-hearing. Practice entering your shelter and ensure that you are prepared.

In the case of a real alarm, an additional siren will be sounded after the first siren.

For more information call the Home Front Command Information Center (104), send a message to 052-910-4104 or send a message to their Facebook page.

Temporary Closure between Bet Yehoshua Railway Station and Tel Aviv University Railway Station 18-19 February, 2018

For your information, due to scheduled works there will be temporary closures of the  train stations next week. For additional details and replacement shuttle service click here

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