Ginot Hair Community Council Chugim & Gan

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The Ginot Hair Community Council also known as Beit Yehudit is located on Emek Refaim and provides services to the neighborhoods of Rechavia, Talbieh, German Colony, and Katamon. They run some of the best after school classes and summer programs for kids in the neighborhood. Ginot Ha’Ir is a great resource for olim in the area.

Ginot Ha’Ir Beit Yehudit Chugim 

2018-2019 Schedule  – see it here

Martial Arts: Judo, Tae Kwon Do, Capoeira

Dance: Zumba, Classic Ballet: Intro & Advanced, Modern Ballet, Jazz: Intro & Advanced, Belly Dancing, Granny & Me, Baby Dance Class.

Sports: Gymnastics, Roller Hockey, Soccer, Elitzur Basketball (Boys & Girls), Football.

Games & Learning: Lego, Flying, Chess and Mind Games, Advanced English, Dog Training, Cooking, Theater, Opera, Wizardry, Crafts, Drawing, Dungeons & Dragons.

NEW – Katamon & Kiryat Shmuel branch of Ginot Hair – Contact Efrat for Chugim schedule

Contact Ginot Ha’Ir if you would like to reserve a class.

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*NEW* Gan Ofek
An english speaking Gan run by the Community Center for ages 1.5-3

English Speaking Maon – Creche in Katamon.

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FIJ Tips

Kad VChomer, the paint your own pottery store is located at Beit Yehudit.

Hours

Contact Ginot Hair for detailed schedule

Price

Prices vary by chug

Age

School age, teens, adults

Language

Hebrew

Food

Kosher Snack Bar

Venue: Beit Yehudit

Address: 12 Emek Refaaim
Jerusalem, 9310506 Israel
Neighborhood: German Colony
Transportation: 18, 77, 34
18א 34 77א א
Parking: In the Nature Museum parking lot or Paid street parking

Mondays in the Moshava

The Ginot Ha'Ir Community Center wants to entice you to come out and enjoy Emek Refaim this winter (2015) with your family. Each Monday in November and December there will be special events and special offers at the local restaurants. Events include story...
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MaraTani: Teen Bagrut Tutoring

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