Virtual Yom HaZikaron + Yom HaAtzmaut Gatherings
Monday, April 27
Join the Tucson community in a virtual ceremony for Israeli fallen soldiers and victims of terror. The ceremony will begin promptly at 6:30pm. As you start the meeting, you will be entered into virtual waiting room. We will begin letting people into the call at 6:20pm. If you have any questions, please be in touch with Jennifer Selco at email@example.com.
You must register in advance for this ceremony on Zoom at: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIldeiprTktGt2YRArTQ7sEuvGImfkL2Ntx
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
A Special Celebration for Israel’s 72nd Birthday!
On Wednesday, April 29th, our community will join together for an extraordinary virtual event celebrating Israel!
You can watch the event two ways:
• On JFNA’s Facebook page
• On YouTube at https://youtu.be/LrNU5GhJkFY.
*No Login Required to Watch This Event*
From 2 to 3 PM ET:
• Matisyahu sings a medley of “One Day” with voices from The Jewish Agency for Israel‘s Partnership2Gether communities and Jewish leaders from more than 30 countries, sharing a message of hope and celebration
• American TV and film star Joshua Malina shares how Israeli doctors and scientists are on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19
• The Brothers Platt — Ben, Henry and Jonah Platt — sing in honor of Israel’s celebration
• Chefs from around the world debate whether falafel is the quintessential Israeli food, and Adeena Sussman, author of the bestselling cookbook Sababa, teaches us how to make it
• Exclusive footage of Israel’s official Independence Day ceremony on Mt. Herzl
• A finale where we will all sing Israel’s national anthem, “Hatikva,” led by two celebrity female vocalists — Rita from Israel and Caissie Levy from Canada — and a group of Israeli and Diaspora Jewish musicians
Looking for more? We’re working on plenty of Yom Haatzmaut programming — all planned by top organizations from across North America and around the world. You can see more at www.jewishtogether.org/Yom-Haatzmaut-Events.