Israel's Independence Day Celebration
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Tuesday, May 2, 2017 | 5:30 p.m. | Landerhaven
Celebrate Israel's Independence Day on May 2 with Idan Raichel in concert!
Join us for a family-friendly, fun-filled evening at our largest annual community event.
- Enjoy family fun for all ages
- Shop the Israeli marketplace (shuk)
- Nosh on delicious Kosher foods for sale
- Dining and dancing with Yiddishe Cup Klezmer Band
- DanceIsraeli! dance company performance
- Learn Israeli dances
- Crafts for kids
- Snacks for sale
- Balloon twister
- Airbrush body art
- PJ Library story-time
Check out the Blue & White Party, the Israel Independence Day Celebration for Clevelanders in their 20s and 30s. Register now
Plus, dance to live music at the concert!
*Registration for the concert is required – reserve your seats today! Seating is based on when your registration is received. Tickets will be mailed to the primary registrant.
Please note: No entry with large backpacks or purses. Parking is limited so please consider carpooling. Stroller parking is available, infant carriers recommended.
No entry with large backpacks or purses.
Adena and Jonny Klineman
Gary L. Gross
Stephen H. Hoffman
Producer, keyboardist, lyricist, composer and performer Idan Raichel is a global music icon who has brought his inspiring example and soul-stirring music to some of the planet's biggest stages.
As the leader of The Idan Raichel Project, Idan acts as a musical ambassador representing a hopeful world in which artistic collaboration breaks down barriers between people of different backgrounds and beliefs. Over the past 13 years, Idan has collaborated with American pop stars India.Arie, Dave Matthews and Alicia Keys, not to mention a wide range of artists who are household names in their native countries.
Following the release of the album in early 2016, Raichel started touring his new solo piano concerts titled “Idan Raichel - Piano - Songs”. His plans for 2017 include extensive solo piano tours across Europe and the US.
Find out more about Idan Raichel on his official website.
Idan Raichel’s appearance is made possible through the generosity of: Cleveland Israel Arts Connection, Bobby Goldberg, Francine M. Gordon, and Adena and Jonny Klineman.
Shuk Vendors and Food Court
Tour the shuk (Israeli marketplace) and shop for hand-made jewelry, Judaica, and more. A list of vendors is currently in formation.
Ellie's Waffles, Smoothies and Sweets
B'nai Jeshurun Sisterhood Gift Shop
Museum Store, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Take 2 (Aish HaTorah)
Yom Ha’atzmaut is made possible by the support of our sponsors, local synagogues, agencies, and organizations.
American Friends of Magen David Adom
Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple
Beth Israel – The West Temple
B’nai Jeshurun Congregation
Cleveland Hillel Foundation
Cleveland Yentas, Jewish Matchmaking
Congregation Shaarey Tikvah
Friends of Hatzalah of Israel
Friends of the Israel Defense Forces
Fuchs Mizrachi School
Greater Cleveland Board of Rabbis
Green Road Synagogue
Gross Schechter Day School
Hebrew Academy of Cleveland
HFLA of Northeast Ohio
Hillel at Kent State
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters, a program of Bellefaire JCB
Jewish Education Center of Cleveland
Jewish Family Experience
Jewish National Fund
Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School
Kol HaLev: Cleveland's Reconstructionist Jewish Community
Kol Israel Foundation
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland
Montefiore and The Weils
NA’AMAT USA Cleveland Council
National Council of Jewish Women / Cleveland
The Negev Foundation
Oheb Zedek- Cedar Sinai Synagogue
Ohio Northern Region BBYO
ORT America- Ohio Region
The Park Synagogue
Partners in Torah of Cleveland
Republican Jewish Coalition
The Shul, Cleveland’s Open Synagogue
Stand With Us
Suburban Temple – Kol Ami
Temple B’nai Abraham
Temple Emanu El
Temple Israel Ner Tamid
The Temple - Tifereth Israel
The Federation is grateful for the event sponsorship of: