Yom Ha’ Atzmaut: A community gathering in honor of Israel’s 76th anniversary

Sunday, May 19 • 12 – 3 pm • Sandler Family Campus

Yom Ha’ Atzmaut, commemorating Israel @76, is a day for people of all ages to come together to learn about Israeli people, art, music, food, and history.

Presented by Avraham and Karen Ashkenazi, the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater, and the Simon Family JCC, at Yom Ha’ Atzmaut, the community is invited to experience some of the exciting tastes, attractions, sites, and featured guests from Israel that make the small land the country she is today.

Myriad of children’s activities include kindness rock painting, a spice exploration, bracelet making, mosaic art, and an archeological dig. Also included is a special mitzvah day component led by UJFT’s Young Adult Division to encourage all ages to show support for Israel.

Participants in Jewish Family Service’s Run, Roll or Stroll enjoy exclusive early admission at 11:30 am.

Join the annual commemoration of Israel’s Independence Day. It has never been more important to stand with Israel and show support for the Jewish community.

Admission is free. Contact Hunter Thomas for more information at 757-965-6137 or hthomas@ujft.org.