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05/16/2018

Experiencing Israel through Arts and Culture

Tags: Federation, Blog, Arts, Israel, Overseas

Experiencing Israel through Arts and Culture

We recently concluded our 8-day Israel Arts and Culture Mission with a beautiful dinner at the Israel Museum, where our group got to share a few thoughts about what we experienced as we explored the depth and breadth of visual arts, music, dance, theater, architecture, literature, jewelry and textile design, and of course, the culinary arts! Somehow we managed to fit in all of those things between meals!

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05/15/2018

Flavors of Israel Travel Diary

Tags: Federation, Blog, Israel, Overseas

Flavors of Israel Travel Diary

Israel is home to many of the best culinary experiences in the world. Community members recently returned from a first-of-its-kind mission that explored our Jewish homeland's innovation and cultural diversity through the lens of food. Read a few of their trip highlights now:

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05/07/2018

Community Members Celebrate at First-Ever IsraelFest!

Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas, Family

Community Members Celebrate at First-Ever IsraelFest!

The Israel at 70 celebration continued yesterday as nearly 2,000 people from across our diverse community came together at IsraelFest!, a first-of-its-kind festival here in Jewish Cleveland!

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05/02/2018

What to Expect at IsraelFest! on May 6

Tags: Video, Israel, Overseas

What to Expect at IsraelFest! on May 6

We look forward to seeing you at IsraelFest! on Sunday, May 6!

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04/30/2018

Five Reasons to Attend IsraelFest!

Tags: Young Adults, Israel, Overseas, Advocacy, Families, Teens

Five Reasons to Attend IsraelFest!

A milestone anniversary calls for a party! To celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary of independence this year, we’re hosting the first-ever IsraelFest!, a carnival for all ages on Sunday, May 6 from 12 - 5 pm at Mandel JCC’s Safran Park (26001 S. Woodland Road, Beachwood). Parking will be available at the Maltz Mseum, The Temple-Tifereth Israel, Mandel Jewish Day School, and Fuchs Mizrachi School.

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04/27/2018

114th Annual Meeting: Israel at 70 Celebration Continues

Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas, Awards

114th Annual Meeting: Israel at 70 Celebration Continues

Last night, more than 400 community members came together at Fuchs Mizrachi School to celebrate 114 years of community and 70 years of Israel's independence at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland's Annual Meeting.

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04/25/2018

Celebrate at IsraelFest! on May 6!

Tags: Federation, Video, Israel, Overseas

Celebrate at IsraelFest! on May 6!

Each year, our community comes together to celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s birthday. This year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland marks the 70th year of Israel’s independence through a series of community-wide arts, cultural, and educational events – known collectively as the “Israel at 70” series. One of those events is IsraelFest! on May 6 at the Mandel JCC, which will be a carnival-like atmosphere with Israeli games, Israeli food, a shuk (Israeli market), a bounce house, and more fun for all ages.

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04/25/2018

Remembering Oren Noa on Yom Hazikaron

Tags: Federation, Israel, Overseas

Remembering Oren Noa on Yom Hazikaron

At our Yom Hazikaron (Israel's Memorial Day) commemoration, First Lieutenant Tair Hadar shared the story of her friend and neighbor, Oren Noa, who tragically lost his life defending the state of Israel. Read Oren's story now:

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04/23/2018

Enjoying "Milk and Honey" in Cleveland

Tags: Federation, Arts, Israel

Enjoying "Milk and Honey" in Cleveland

In 1961, John F. Kennedy took office as the 35th president of the United States, Yuri Gagarin became the first human being to fly into space, and Israel was of Bar Mitzvah age – 13. But also in 1961, the play, "Milk and Honey," debuted on Broadway, becoming the first musical ever set in Israel. "Milk and Honey" captures a community – the Jewish community – in Israel as it was, building their land from the ground up. This musical gives the audience a chance to see Israel for the first time through the main characters’ eyes.

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