August, Wednesdays 1, 8, 15/8/2018, 6:00-9:30 pm
And so we continue our summer tradition. We’ll meet up on the grass, in the peaceful, breezy atmosphere, with the garden as our backdrop. You’re invited to join us for an evening of fun for all the family.
Activities for all the family from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
- Pedaling on a bike that produces energy
- A variety of craft workshops – creating animal-shaped sponge dolls and creating characters out of pinecones
- Drawing workshop at a cost of 10 NIS (tickets sold on site) – the workshop enables each participant to become an artist for a day
- Giant bubble workshop – hands-on activity making soap bubbles in a range of sizes. Children will be able to make colorful bubbles all by themselves.
- Storyteller – in a shady corner of the garden, in a pleasant, magical atmosphere the audience will set out on a magical journey in the world of stories and nature
- Theatrical mime performance “The Sound of the Body” at 6:30 pm – a spectacular performance with the wonderful mime artist Dani Argon, accompanied by Michael Liebman on the keyboard, with audience participation
Film screenings at 8:00 under the open sky
1/8/18 Monster Trucks – a fun-filled adventure film about Trip, a teenager and Creech – a sea creature discovered during an oil drill who hides in Trip’s truck. The two friends, with the same taste for a wild journey, set out on their way together in order to reunite Creech with his family.
The film is suitable for all the family. Subtitles in Hebrew. About 140 minutes. Recommended for age 8 and above.
8/8/18 Jungle Shuffle – an animated film about two raccoons, Manu and Sacha, who live in the rainforest of Mexico and are in love with each other. When Sacha gets caught by hunters who came to hunt some of the jungle animals for research by a crazy scientist, Manu joins his animal friends and together they set out on an exciting adventure to save the raccoon princess. An inspirational lesson on friendship and on our relationship with nature.
The film is dubbed in Hebrew. About 120 minutes. Recommended for age 5 and above.
15/8/18 Big Miracle – one day, a young television journalist in an isolated town in Alaska discovers three whales trapped in a small lake, while the rapidly freezing ice surrounding them threatens to cut off their oxygen supply. A Greenpeace activist (Drew Barrymore) decides to come to the region and rejuvenate it with a battle that appears to be a lost cause. Slowly, slowly, the town’s residents, as well as senators and even the US president join the cause. The three gray whales’ distress becomes a dramatic media story that fascinates millions of people around the world. The film is based on a real story with a touching, happy ending.The film conveys an important message concerning our responsibility as humans to care for the animals and fish living on the frozen side of the world, and sends a strong warning about the way we conduct sustainable nature conservation.
The film is suitable for all the family. Subtitles in Hebrew. About 100 minutes. Recommended for age 9 and above.
Good to Know:
- The event will take place on the lawn.
- Light refreshments will be available for your convenience.
- Entry of pizza deliveries or take away to the garden area will not be permitted.
- The entry fee is 10 NIS per person (from age 3) and includes the performance and hands-on workshops, with the exception of the drawing workshop.
- Accessibility preparations can be arranged by telephone prior to your visit - call 04-6298111 ext. 4.
- It is forbidden to enter the event with weapons
- We reserve the right to make changes
For further details: 04-6298-111 Ext. 4.
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