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There is no other city with beaches like Netanya’s. 13,5 kilometers of golden beaches, some of the most beautiful in Israel. On the beaches there are restaurants, bathing facilities and various attractions.
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The western-most part of Netanya is built on a sandstone ridge stretching from north to south and stands at a height of between 25 to 45 meters above sea level .
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Are you looking to relieve the monotony? Do you like colors? Do you want to enjoy a unique art style? We have plans for you. Photographer Ron Elijah followed in recent weeks a variety of stunning graffiti that adorn our city in diverse areas, ranging from the market, Herzl streets, Zangwill St., Independence Square and its surroundings, the municipal fire station and more... The result: one big wow !!
March 5-16 2018
Netanya celebrates International Women’s Day
Houses Host Women
Tuesday, March 6, 8:00 p.m.
Men and Women in the Media
In her lecture, journalist Linoy Bar Geffen examines how the media present men, women and what happens between them.
Avrahami family home (Haim Bar-Lev, Galei Yam)
Women in Romantic Classics
International flautist Heftsiba Zer Aviv hosts pianist Prof. Oxana Yablonskaya in concert in her living room.
Zer Aviv family home (57/7 Zalman Shazar St., Ir Yamim)
The Transition from External Radiance to Internal Radiance
Noa Yaron Dayan, creator of the television series and author of bestseller, Mekimi, on art, faith, femininity, success, failure and a heart that is always longing.
Bachar family home (27/26 Ha’Ari St., Ramat Chen)
A Women’s Voice is Hope
Journalist and musician Sara Beck on a fascinating, feminine and powerful journey into feminine song in Jewish history. From Miriam the Prophetess to Yehudit Ravitz, from Naomi Shemer to Ladino liturgical poetry and more.
Hameir family home (11 Pines St.)
Wednesday, March 7, 8:00 p.m.
70 Years of Art and One Childhood Trauma
Lecturer Pnina Bar Uzerman with the fascinating story of the pioneering artist Louise Bourgeois.
Uzerman family home (5/1 Menachem Begin St., Ramat Poleg)
Women and Money
Yael Nevat (Feminanci) in an enthralling lecture about the main tool for smart financial management – a budget. And, as part of that, managing priorities and optimal financial thinking.
Ben Shalom family home (15 Yotam St., Neot Herzl)
Herut Lautia recounts her family’s journey from Ethiopia to Israel along with the scents and flavors of Ethiopian cuisine.
Lautia family home (18Nechemia St., Dora)
Adi Ashkenazi’s Stand-up Routine
Thursday, March 8, Heychal Hatarbut, 8:30 p.m.
Awake. Women Talk Sexuality
A meeting with journalist and author, Tamar Mor Sela, author of the bestseller, Awake, which includes 23 fascinating monologues by women about sex, passion, body and soul, and more.
Thursday, March 8, Lagansky Pub (31 Herzl St.) 10:00 p.m.
Friday in Style
Enjoy a coffee and pastry with fashion designer, Yoav Meir (Project Runway) and stylist, Leon Schneiderovsky (Big Brother). A funny and quick-paced lecture about fashion, trends, styling, what goes and what doesn’t.
Friday, March 9, Arik Einstein Cultural Center (6 Benny Berman St., Ir Yamim), 10:30 a.m.
Speaking and Singing
Coffee theater with journalist Lihi Lapid and singer Ruti Navon in a special performance in honor of International Women’s Day.
Saturday night, March 10, Arik Einstein Cultural Center
(6 Benny Berman St., Ir Yamim) 9:00 p.m.
One. One and One.
Vertigo dance troupe with choreographer Noa Wertheim’s new piece
Monday, March 12, Heychal Hatarbut, 8:30 p.m.
On the portico: Exhibit paying tribute to choreographer and troupe director Noa Wertheim, who was born in Netanya. As part of the exhibit, she will be given a certificate of appreciation for her contribution to dance in Israel.
And My Mother’s Gold is Still with Me
A facilitated meeting with Sherry Gal, curator of the exhibit, My Mother’s Gold, about the set of values we take with us from our mothers and what we pass on to our daughters.
Monday, March 5 Netanya Museum (3 McDonald St.), 18:30
Tracing the Footsteps of Pioneering Women
A tour tracing the incredible stories of pioneering women who made history in Netanya: the first female City Council member, one of the founders of the Ben Zion neighborhood, founder of Ulpan Akiva, WIZO Netanya and more.
Friday, March 16, meet at Netanya Museum at 10:00 a.m.
Reserve seats in advance by calling: 09-8840020
More information and tickets are available at the Heychal Hatarbut box office, at 09-8308811