We hope that the labor-intensive Passover preparations are behind you and you’re now relaxing and enjoying the beautiful spring days.
For first-time visitors and longtime celebrants, we greatly look forward to greeting you today, Wednesday, at our Open Day in the Chubeza field.
This long-awaited day is a celebration of people and agriculture, bringing you the golden opportunity to meet “face to face” with the soil and plants from which your veggies come, as well as to meet Chubeza team.
All this is happening today, Wednesday, April 4, between 1-5 pm.
Let no heatwave keep you away! We’ve prepared a shade net and lots of water, and we’re all set to welcome you.
And what do we have planned for this special event? Here’s a sneak preview of just some of the many activities that will be taking place:
- Between 2-4 the traditional Chubeza Open Day stars, the “Hazel Hill” string Band, will fill the air with music to make our hearts rejoice and our minds forget the heat. Don’t miss this!
- Field tours will be held every hour and a bit (1:15 2:15, 3:15, 4:15), Some tours are designed for kids and small feet, others are more “adult-friendly.
- At 1:15 and 15:00 Amikam Tavor, a veteran Chubeza client, a veteran teacher and a storyteller grandpa will host two story times:
- 1:15 – The princess and the the pea – a tale and activity about royalty and families of plants and humans.
- 3:00 – Celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday – Amikam will share his adventures as a child in Moshav Avigdor in Israel’s first decade.
- In our art corner we will be drawing with colored sand (straight from the exodos deserts…)
There will be a refreshment table with vegetables to nosh on and herbal tea to sip. You are welcome to bring your picnic mats/pillows or folding chairs and a picnic lunch. Please respect your fellow members and bring Chametz-free food.
Note: this year we are holding the festivities in our open fields outside the moshav houses.
You can find driving directions to our Open Day here
We’d like to remind you that there will be no deliveries this week. During the Open Day we will have a produce stand where you can purchase vegetables, fruits, and other kosher for Passover goods. This is how you get there.
An Open Day is indeed open to all No payment or registration is required.
We look forward to seeing you! Alon, Bat Ami and the festive laboring Chubeza team Happy Spring holiday!