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#ShabbatProject – What’s on in Tel Aviv this weekend?

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This coming weekend, is the #ShabbatProject throughout the world, including in Israel.

The idea is to connect Jews around the world, through #KeepingItTogether.

I’ll of course be updating IsraelB with what’s on through the week so make sure to check.

Jerusalem. For what’s on in Jerusalem, click on here.

This is so far what I have for Tel Aviv:

  1. Inspired Tel AvivClick on here.
  2. Tel Aviv International Synagogue. 
    We’re hosting a huge havdalah and kumsitz concert with the gat brothers. Of course carlebach Kabbalat Shabbat with the Chazz israel Nachman and champagne kiddush reception.

    Click on here. for details.

  3. Flour Power Tel Aviv. Ichud Shivat Tzion. Click on here.

     4. White City Tel Aviv

Powered by White City Shabbat, invites you to join together for


October 27th @ Hangar 11

RSVP: https://TelAvivShabbatProject.eventbrite.com

Friday, October 27th, 2017

5pm Doors Open – 5:30pm Kabbalat Shabbat – 6:30pm Meal Begins

Hangar 11, Tel Aviv Port

100 NIS Early Bird // 110 NIS Regular Ticket // 120 NIS Late Comer

Lone Soldiers FREE

– Hundreds of Tel Avivis Uniting with Communities Around the World

– Kosher Catered Shabbat Meal + Flowing Wine + Plenty of L’Chaims

– Open to ALL, just register above


About The Shabbat Project: Tel Aviv

The Shabbat Project is a unique, international grassroots peoples movement that unites all Jews around the world to keep one full Shabbat together. The fourth International Shabbat Project will take place on the Shabbat of 27/28 October 2017 in more than 1000 cities and 95 countries around the globe. By experiencing the magic of Shabbat just once, we can rejuvenate family and community life, restore Jewish pride and identity, and build Jewish unity across the world!

Shabbat Shalom!

– The Tel Aviv Shabbat Project Team

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