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Parshat Behaalotecha / פרשת בהעלותך
Friday, June 14, 2019 / י״א סיון תשע״ט
Weekly Shabbat Bulletin
Shabbat Times

Friday Night
Earliest Candlelighting 6:21
Candlelighting 7:30pm
Mincha 7:00pm

 Shabbat
Shacharit 8:30am
Mincha 7:20pm
Seudah Shlishit
Maariv 8:32pm 
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Kiddush is sponsored by
Marilyn and David Ashton

Weekday Davening
Shacharit 7:30am
Mincha/Maariv 7:00pm
    




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         SNAC Cook Book

The Wonderful SNAC cooks have put their heads together and produced a Cook Book.

See here for details and ordering.

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UPCOMING SNAC EVENTS


Join us as we visit
Carmel Market and Kerem HaTeimanim
Sunday, June 23rd, 2019
Meet at the Market at 10am
We will have tastings in lieu of lunch 

MINIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
REQUIRED TO SCHEDULE THIS TIYUL
Please email your interest in participating

The Food and Secrets of the Carmel Market

The Carmel market tour reveals the taste of the ages of Tel-Aviv in the youthful atmosphere of the city's central market. The Polish, the Persian and the Yemeni... In this case it is not the start of a joke, but the fascinating culinary traditions that mix in this place.

The old market that was founded over 80 years ago can now reveal its secrets, stories and legends to you.
  •  Want to hear a Yemeni concert in a local coffee shop?
  • Interested in magic powders and other wizardry?
  • Wish to discover where former prime minister, the late Yitzak Rabin met his wife?
  • Want to get familiar with the tastes of Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv?
  • Curious about who is selling Turkish bagpipe cheese?


Kerem HaTeimanim (The Yemen Vineyard)

Kerem HaTeimanim is one of Tel Aviv’s last authentic treasures,
a hidden corner of the city that remains rich with nostalgia and authenticity.

This charming old neighborhood was built in the late 19th century by Yemenite immigrants (it was settled in 1904 by Yemenites who immigrated to Israel in 1881), and it was the first area of Tel Aviv to be built outside what was then the thriving port city of Jaffa. This Yemenite Quarter, as it was later called, was the beginning of the new city of Tel Aviv.

RSVP TODAY TO HOLD YOUR SPOT

Cost: 180 NIS per person for SNAC members
225 NIS per person for non-members
Reservation is guaranteed by your payment



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