golf-main.jpg
icon Park1 eng
icon Community2 eng
Let's keep in touch! Subscribe to receive updates or call *6550

gal 2"Caesarea on the Waves" is Caesarea's community television show: a group of adults in a successful combination with young people, 23 volunteers in all, produce a community magazine that is broadcast on community television.

Every six weeks, a new magazine is aired twice a week on Monday at 15:30 and on Saturday night at 22:20 on Channel 98 in both HOT and YES.

Ideas for articles, always welcomed, can be faxed to: 04-6360878

 

 

May 2018 Programme

 

Omri Assenheim "Journey to the truth"

Behind the scenes of an investigative journalist's work

Sunday 27 May, 8:30 pm at the Events Hall

How did a random connection, a mother in a pre-school, lead to an earth shaking investigation and the capture of a serial killer? What was behind the investigation of Major General Gandi that stirred up the entire country? How were senior figures in Sayeret Matkal persuaded to talk about the operation to eliminate Saddam Hussein, which ended in a fatal training accident? How was "Rachamim knew nothing" created?

Lecturer: Omri Assenheim, investigative journalist for the "Uvda" television program in the past 11 years, winner of the Sokolov Prize for investigative journalism and author of the best seller "Tze'elim".

Admission: NIS 40

 

Cinematic Nostalgia – Concert for Piano and Violin

With the movie "The Kid" Charlie Chaplin 1921 romantic comedy

Thursday 10 May, 8:30 pm at the Events Hall

Silent movie with live music

Adding the visual, narrative and theatrical dimensions, the classical repertoire receives new meaning and gives the silent black-and-white movie a variety of musical colors consisting of sounds and feeling.

Performed by:

Bishara Haroni, international classical pianist, who played solo piano under famous conductors, including Zubin Mehta, Lorin Maazel and Daniel Birnboim.

Adi Haroni, violinst, performed with various orchestras under conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Christoph von Dohnányi and Pierre Boulez.

Presale tickets: NIS 50

On-site tickets: NIS 60

 

In the Spirit of Spring Innocence

You are invited to the inauguration of Mitzpe Tam

in memory of Captain Tom Farkash, from Caesarea

Friday 11 May, 9:40 am, Clustre 12

 

Family Event

  • Arts and crafts
  • Activities in the spirit of Shavuot
  • Food stalls

Friday 11 May

11 am – 1 pm

Youth Centre, Clustre 3

Free admission

Dedicated to the memory of Captain Tom Farkash

 

Literary Jewels

Facilitator: Zvia Yedidya

Monday 28 May

10:30-12:30 am at the library

Free admission

 

Friday Tour, 25 May, Leaving at 7 am

We shall travel north to Beit Jan and nearby towns

Price of trip: NIS 200 per person, including expenses

For information and registration: Adina, tel: 04-6363381

 

Local Art

"Inquisitiveness"

Daily reality as viewed by a tourist

Photography exhibit, Yehuda Wegman, from Sdot Yam

Opening 4 May, 11 am at the Events Hall

 

Club for Toddlers

Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 pm at the Caesarea Centre

  1. May 1 - Rhythm and movement – Eti Rosalie
  2. May 8 – Knowledge games – Judy Lebel
  3. May 15 – Story time: "Kova Al Hagova" related by Sharon Aviv "Golem Theatre"
  4. May 22 – Theatre games – Tamar Valinsky Kasif
  5. May 29 – Games and rhythm – Dina Hasson

For ages 3-6

Admission: NIS 20 per child

 

Maternity Leave Club

Tuesdays, 10:30 am at the Caesarea Centre

Admission: NIS 25

  1. 1 May              Lecture: "No one wants to play with me" – Developing social skills in

                        infancy. Facilitator: Hila Sharon

  1. 8 May              Baby yoga workshop. Facilitator: Einat Gotfried
  2. 15 May            Dancing with babies workshop. Facilitator: Merav Manor, 9:30 am
  3. 22 May            Music magic workshop. Facilitator: Sasha Yagodin

 

C Center

Caesarea

Hosting the Orna Porat Theatre

26 April          "Friends on the bridge"

Fun and moving story about friendship

24 May           "Simon's shoes"

Moving folk tale about the old and the new

 

 

Morning Highlight

 

1 May

Trip to Jerusalem – Mt. Herzl, including the memorial shrine

Guide: Avivit Brukstein

 

Tuesday 3 May

Issues related to Israeli military, security and policy

Lecturer: Yariv Peled

 

Sunday 6 May

Current affairs from outer space

Lecturer: Tal Inbar

 

Tuesday 8 May

Dido and Aeneas – Purcell

Lecturer: Merav Barak

 

Thursday 10 May

Cuba–US hate-love relationship – from the mistress era to the missile crisis

Lecturer: Gary Pal

 

Sunday 13 May

Mata Hari – spy, indeed?

Lecturer: Dori Chen

 

Tuesday 15 May

Islam – between religion and politics: radicalism versus moderation

Lecturer: Dr. Moti Keidar

 

Thursday 17 May

Handel

Lecturer: Roy Aloni

 

Sunday 20 May

Shavuot – no activities

 

Tuesday 22 May

Movie – details will be provided

 

Thursday 24 May

The Baroque period

Lecturer: Alon Klibanov

 

Sunday 27 May

The cinema of Ephraim Kishon

Lecturer: Ziv Alexandroni

 

Tuesday 29 May

Cambodia – between Phnom Penh the capital and the temples of Angkor

Lecturer: Devora Rotbart

 

Thursday 31 May

Yosef Trumpeldor and the establishment of the Jewish Legion

Lecturer: Anat Gueta

 

 

 

June 2018 Programme

 

Danny Sanderson – The Concert

Saturday 16 June, 9 pm on the Caesarea Centre Lawns

Stand-up, rock'n'roll

Tickets for residents of Caesarea: NIS 60

Tickets for guests: NIS 70

On-site tickets: NIS 80

 

 

The Caesarea Community Theatre

is proud to present:

The Grandmother

Written by: Roberto Cossa

Adaptation and director: Orly Adiv

Carmelo and Maria work hard in the market. They live with their daughter and Carmelo's two sisters in a spacious apartment in Buenos Aires and try to make ends meet financially, but their 100-year old grandmother and her irregular appetite pull the entire family downhill…

Thursday 28 June, 8:30 pm

Friday 29 June, 10:30 am

Saturday 30 June 6 pm

Saturday 30 June 9 pm

At the Events Hall

Admission: NIS 35

 

Book Week

Sunday 3 June, 8:30 pm at the Events Hall

Screening of the film "Appelfeld's Table"

and encounter with the director, Adi Japhet Fuchs

The film provides an introduction to Aharon Appelfeld's rich world

Admission: NIS 20

 

Tuesday 5 June, beginning from 17:30 pm at the Youth Centre, Cluster 3

Vibrant event for Book Week

Arts and crafts, activities organized by Caesarea youth, and story time

Free admission

 

Wednesday June 6, 8 pm at the C Center

"Poets sung and told"

Children's poems from all periods

Free admission

 

Monday 18 June, 6 pm at the Events Hall

Orna Porat Theatre Class proudly presents:

"Tale of the Seasons of the Year"

Written by: Gil Tshernovich

Director: Shir Adelist/ Ronny Newman

Free admission

 

 

Literary Jewels

Facilitator: Zvia Yedidya

Monday 25 June

10:30-12:30 am at the library

Free admission

 

Local Art

Exhibitions by Caesarea artists

At the Events Hall

Caesarea artists are invited to show their exhibits

Registration: 04-6109519

 

Club for Toddlers

Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 pm at the Caesarea Centre

  1. June 5 – Story time: Related by – Irit Weissman, at the Book Week events
  2. June 12 - Rhythm and movement – Merav Lavi
  3. June 19 – Theatre games – Tamar Valinsky Kasif
  4. June 26 – Animals and fun – Or Angel Shachar

For ages 3-6

Admission: NIS 20 per child

 

Maternity Leave Club

Tuesdays, 10:30 am at the Caesarea Centre

Admission: NIS 25

  1. 5 June              Lecture: "I want, I don't want" – Is my child spoiled? Facilitator: Hila

                        Sharon

  1. 12 June            Baby massage workshop. Facilitator: Einat Gotfried
  2. 19 June            Developmental following workshop. Facilitator: Inbal Bi'Tnuah

 

 

Morning Highlight

 

Sunday 3 June

The Baroque period

Lecturer: Alon Klibanov

 

Tuesday 5 June

Trials with no jurists

Lecturer: Adv. Ofer Yehiel

 

Thursday 7 June

China – always a big surprise

Lecturer: Galia Dor

 

Sunday 10 June

David's birth and childhood in biblical and rabbinical literature

Lecturer: Rivka Hagag

 

Tuesday 12 June

Muslim intellectuals in opposition to Islamic extremists

Lecturer: Dr. Moti Keidar

 

Thursday 14 June

Issues related to Israeli military, security and policy

Lecturer: Yariv Peled

 

Sunday 17 June

"Dr. Google, what ails me?"

Lecturer: Dr. Yonatan Gofer, on behalf of the "Mirsham" association

 

Tuesday 19 June

Movie – details will be provided

 

Thursday 21 June

The forces of nature

Lecturer: Roy Aloni

 

Sunday 24 June

Between the lines: culture and current affairs

Lecturer: Shlomo Tahan

 

Tuesday 26 June

Alcohol and genetics – the scientific aspect of alcohol

Lecturer: Dr. Reut Matar

 

Thursday 28 June

Aaron Aaronsohn international scientist

Lecturer: Dr. Anat Gueta

 

 

 

January 2018 Programme

 

Eran Tzur and Etgar Keret

Sunday 21 January, 8:30 pm at the Events Hall

Encounters with poems and poets.

An encounter between two cultural icons who present their narrative through their art – one a creative artist whose songs have a tune and refrain, the other a poet who recites his texts or lets the audience read them independently.

Advance tickets: NIS 50

Admission on-site: NIS 60

 

Community Evening "The Lilac Blossom" – In Honor of the Songs written by Nurit Hirsh

Saturday 20 January, 8:30 pm at the Events Hall

Produced by: Mira Irving and Judy Lebel

Musical director: Asor Elkayam

Admission: NIS 30

 

Sivan Rahav Meir – Parashat Va'era

Thursday 11 January, 8:30 pm at the Events Hall

On liberty and enslavement in our era, on leadership and impatience, and on the ability to "va'era".

On the parsha that describes the Exodus.

Admission: NIS 40

 

  • The Eight Chapters of Maimonides

Facilitator: Rochale Groweiss

Monday 9:30-11 am

Price: NIS 50 for single session

This month's sessions: 1 January, 15 January, 29 January

 

  • Literary Jewels

Facilitator: Zvia Yedidya

            Monday 29 January

10:30-12:30 am

Free admission

 

Memory in the Living Room (Zikaron Basalon)

Continuing the moving tradition of "memory in the living room", for Holocaust Memorial Day.

Families interested in hosting or being hosted, relating stories of testimony by all generations, are invited to contact Zohar at 04-6109519 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Optimistic Thinking

Course with Dr. Dina Eisen

5 sessions

Beginning: 17 January

Wednesdays at 10:30 am at the Events Hall

 

 

Caesarea through the Camera Lens

Establishing a street gallery based on photographs taken by residents

To participate: 04-6109503/4/19

 

Club for Toddlers

Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 pm

at the Caesarea Centre

2 January       Drums, play, and rhythm

9 January       Story time: "The Scarecrow"

16 January     Rhythm and movement

23 January     Theatre games

30 January     Knowledge-based games

For ages 3-6

Admission: NIS 20 per child

 

Maternity Leave Club

Tuesdays at the Caesarea Centre, 10:30 am

Admission: NIS 25

  1. 2 January         Dancing with babies - Facilitator: Merav Manor, at 9:30 am
  2. 9 January         Lecture: "The last bite gives the most strength" – developing healthy

                        eating habits at a young age. Facilitator: Hila Sharon

  1. 16 January       Developmental support workshop. Facilitator: Inbal Bi'tnuah
  2. 23 January       Magic of music workshop. Facilitator: Sasha Yagudin

 

Morning Highlight

January 2018

 

Tuesday 2 January

Vietnam – a tale of two cities, Hanoi and Saigon

Lecturer: Dvora Rotbart

 

Thursday 4 January

Movie – details will be provided

 

Sunday 7 January

Orna Goren speaks of her life as an Israeli family in a Bedouin tribe in the Sinai

 

Tuesday 9 January

The story of the Dakar submarine – a personal testimony

Encounter with Avraham Ben Ze'ev

 

Thursday 11 January

The Jewish Settlement in Palestine on the eve of World War I

Lecturer: Dr. Anat Gueta

 

Sunday 14 January

The inspiration for Bialik's love songs

Lecturer: Dori Chen

 

 

Tuesday 16 January

The topic will be provided

Lecturer: Alon Klibanov

 

Thursday 18 January

Why do people cheat?

Lecturer: Tali Cheruti, journalist, editor of the labor market section at "The Marker"

 

Sunday 21 January

The Garden of Eden and the original sin

Lecturer: Rivka Hagag

 

Tuesday 23 January

A brief history of musical films

Lecturer: Ziv Alexandroni

 

Thursday 25 January

Puccini, La Bohème

Lecturer: Roy Aloni

 

Sunday 28 January

About an accidental meeting – a personal story

Encounter with Miri Peretz

 

Tuesday 30 January

Trials that include not only jurists

Lecturer: Adv. Ofer Yehiel