Yom Ha’atzmaut – Israel’s 70th Independence Day

JCC Squirrel Hill, 5738 Forbes Avenue

April 19, 2018

4-8 pm

Community-wide Celebration

(Weather permitting, activities will occur outdoors)

FREE Admission * Dietary laws observed

  • Play, Dance, Sing, Eat and Celebrate Israel with the community!
  • Jam to Israeli hits and enjoy a live dance performance.
  • Help paint our Israel mural to be gifted to our Partnership2Gether regions of Karmiel and Misgav.

In order to provide an environment of mutual respect, we ask that no displays of signs, posters or any other materials should be shown, handed out or otherwise displayed at this event, with the exception of waving Israeli flags that are in keeping with the spirit of the event. Please see our code of conduct. Thank you.

Questions? Contact Emily Bernstein at [email protected] or 412-992-5247.

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