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What Is The Machine Inside?

July 10, 2014

The Bloomfield Science Museum has a new exhibit and at first glance it seems really complicated but once you understand it, it’s rather simple. Where does man get his/her ideas when he/she creates a new product or mechanical device? Often man can turn to nature for inspiration. This exhibit displays different concepts used in innovation...

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Salute to Olim in Photos

July 4, 2014

The Salute To Olim event on July 3, 2014 was a huge success. Together with the Fun In Jerusalem, AACI, Ginot Ha’Ir and Habitza we celebrated Olim in Jerusalem with a live Fountainheads Concert. There were more than 900 people at the event , many locals and even some tourists visiting for the summer. The...

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Salute to Olim – In light of the recent tragedy in Israel

July 1, 2014

With heavy and determined hearts, we have decided to go ahead with the Salute to Olim Fair as planned on Thursday July 3rd. Our hearts are broken by the tragedy that has befallen the families of Naftali Fraenkel z”l, Gil-ad Shaar z”l and Eyal Yifrah z”l.  May their memories be for a blessing and may...

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The Beach in Jerusalem – Really?

June 23, 2014

Jerusalem has lots of great history, art, culture, and fun but one thing it just doesn’t have is a beach. Well that’s about to change as the First Station creates their own version of a beach. Umbrellas, sand, beach toys, wave pool and a beach bar (fruit or drinks). Only pictures can do this concept...

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Behind the Scenes of our LIVE Launch Party

June 22, 2014

It is two weeks away and we are getting very excited for our LIVE Launch party. We have decided to join forces with the AACI, Ginot Hair and Habitza to produce the most incredible event for Anglo Olim in Jerusalem. By working together, we are able to reach anglo families, singles, and seniors. The theme...

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Sand Building at the Bloomfield Science Museum

June 22, 2014

The theme for this summer in Jerusalem seems to be sand. The Bloomfield Science Museum has just renovated their sand box and created a new “Gan Schächter” made possible by a donation through the Jerusalem Foundation.  It is a hands on exhibit where kids can learn to build out of sand. Opening on June 19th the...

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Bring Back Our Boys

June 14, 2014

Three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped from a bus stop in Gush Etzion on Thursday evening June 12th. According to news sources the boys were on their way home from Yeshiva in the Gush and never returned home. The Israeli government and the Prime Minister believe that they were kidnapped while trying to “tremp” hitch a...

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Find Your Interest at
Camp Kimama

June 12, 2014

Camp Kimama is an international “American style” camp located in Israel. Campers come from all around the world to have fun, meet new friends, and learn new skills and hobbies. There are so many “tracks” to choose from. Here is a brief description of each one. Chef Track- Kimama Carmel A new Track at Kimama...

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The Wow Factor at the Light Festival

June 12, 2014

The Jerusalem Light Festival began last night in the Old City and this year’s festival is a definite “wow”. Light exhibits or installations are set throughout the Old City starting in the plaza across the road from the Jaffa Gate and continuing into the Christian and Jewish Quarters.  According to Sharon Marks Altshul from the...

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Tech Camps in the Start Up Nation

June 11, 2014

Last week, I went to the Mini Maker Fair at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, with my 2 boys (10 yrs old, 7 yrs old). In a great interactive environment, my boys met local “makers” (a new age word for inventors) who had created robots, 3D products in 3D printers, games and more using...

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