See on Monday 3.4.2017 7:30 at Beit Shmuel, Hirsch Hall, 6 Eliyahu Shama Street, Jerusalem- The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare, in English performed by students in the advance English class. Beit Shmuel is located at the heart of Jerusalem as part of a unique and beautiful campus housing an educational, cultural and accommodation center. The venue offers a large variety of activities, including performances and entertainment, courses and lectures, tours, seminars and conferences. Bus 13 two stops from King George and Rechove Ha Ma Allot
Beit Shmuel was designed by architect Moshe Safdie as a part of the Mamilla project in the heart of Jerusalem. The building is located at a historic site in one of the city’s most prestigious locations, between the King David and the David Citadel Hotels, just a small distance away from the Old City and in the vicinity of numerous tourist attractions.
Join Ezrat Avot in providing Pesach Food Packages to the elderly of Yerushalyim. Volunteers needed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, April 2-4, from 2 PM – 5 PM. Families welcome. No amount of time is too small. Located next to the Ramot Mall. Parking available. Accessible by bus # 31 from Tachana Merkazit and # 71 from the center of town. Please call for details and to sign up: 050-823-4745