Party in Jerusalem Blog

Step Into the History of the Templer Inn

August 1, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

Jerusalem is filled with hotels and accommodation options but it is not so often that you can find a hotel with a history and a story that will enhance your stay. Last month, I had the opportunity to sit down with the owners of the new Templer Inn in the German Colony – it was...


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Making Cake Pops with Jerusalem Cake Design

June 3, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

I spent an exciting morning with Tammy Youngerwood of Jerusalem Cake Design as she taught me how to make decorative cake pops. Tammy bakes the most beautiful cakes, cookies and cake pops for special celebrations, birthdays and even as event place card holders. I must admit I came home with some samples and they were delicious. Enjoy...


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Jerusalem’s Newest Luxury Hotel & Party Venue – BITE SIZE

March 1, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

If you have walked down to the end of Emek Refaim lately, just across from the First Station, then you have seen the new Isrotel Orient being built. As it gets closer to completion, I took a behind the scenes tour to find out what will make it so special and why the hotel already...


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How Zappa’s Music Scene Make Me Feel Israeli?

January 27, 2017
By: Joanna Shebson

I have always loved music. In fact the radio is always on in my car.  When I moved to Israel I longed for a way to listen to my old radio station in LA. To keep up with the latest hits and not feel disconnected to US music culture. What I didn’t take into account...


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5 Tips to Start Planning a Perfect Bar/Bat Mitzva in Jerusalem

December 14, 2016
By: Joanna Shebson

I thought I was ahead of the game when I began planning my son’s Bar Mitzva a year in advance. While my local Israeli friends thought I was crazy, I knew that with so many out of town guests coming, I needed to give them enough advance notice to book their flights. Even with my...


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The Scavenger Hunt Game Master in Jerusalem- Bite Size

November 28, 2016
By: Joanna Shebson

For my latest BITE SIZE interview, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tali Tarlow, the game master behind Jerusalem Scavenger Hunts. Catching a moment to sit and chat with Tali is not simple. Tali is always on the run, leading groups through the neighborhoods of Jerusalem or planning her next scavenger hunt. We met...


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A Sweet Birthday at LOL & POP

July 10, 2016
By: Joanna Shebson

Read our latest article in the Jerusalem Post “Behind the Fun In Jerusalem” section. “Finding the right birthday activity for my daughter was a challenge. Keeping in mind that I wanted it to be something unique that would entertain my older boys as well, I looked for something even I had never done before –...


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The Virtual Tourist – Pat BaMelach Biblical Bread Workshop

June 28, 2016
By: Joanna Shebson

If you are dreaming about your next trip to Jerusalem, we have something to wet your appetite. There is nothing like actually being here but we thought we would give you a chance to experience a Pat BaMelach bread workshop – virtually! David Katz, the founding baker will guide you through the grain cycles in...


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How To Entertain Your Guests at Your Bar Mitzva or Bat Mitzva in Jerusalem?

February 11, 2016
By: Joanna Shebson

Amusing kids at a Bar or Bat Mitzva today is a challenge. Spice up your event with these great entertainers, workshops and party favors. Adina from DinDin Events has been entertaining party guests for over 30 years in Jerusalem. Her personalized touch makes every party a huge SUCCESS. KeepSake – Party Favors Price range 800...


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