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Bonfires? Barbecues? What goes on for Lag B'Omer? Today we have counted 33 days of the Omer, the seven week period in between the festivals of Pesach and Shavuot, time for a celebration, right? We're over a month in to counting the Omer, and we can...

*This course is not currently running. For information about our 2018/19 kabbalah and mysticism retreats, please click here. For all other program information, click here.*   Summer Kabbalah Meditaion Retreat - 12 July - 19 July, 2015 One-week Jewish spirituality and meditation course at Livnot U’Lehibanot in the Old...

Alumni Shavuot Shabbaton Friday, 22 May - Sunday, 24 May 2015 Chevre - Join us for a long weekend in Tzfat full of celebration, old friends and new faces, learning through the night, singing, BBQing and more...

HaTikvah and the first Zionists Where did the Israeli National Anthem come from and who were the first Zionists to dream of a Jewish State? We waited for five minutes, ten minutes, in perfect silence. The theatre was packed, but our attention was focused, focused...

The Original Baker of Tzfat Meet the Goldblum Family (5th Generations in Tzfat….at least!) When do we have an opportunity to truly immerse ourselves in the living history of a place? To meet the people whose roots and deeply entrenched in a Landmark City for...

Helping everyone to leave their Egypt Shayna Rehberg on how to make sure no one is left behind in slavery This year’s seder was, without a doubt, the best one in my life so far. I had the great pleasure of spending the first night...

Matza & Humility Ariel Tal, Marketing Director at Livnot, explains the spiriutal meaning behind eating Matza What is the reason we eat this matzah? Because when the King of Kings, the Holy One, blessed be He, revealed Himself to them and redeemed them, there was...

Program Coordinator Isaac Luria (call him Ari) invites you to the bustling newly rebuilt city of Tzfat to experience Judaism like you never imagined! Hike in the stunning Galilee and Golan! Visit the burgeoning industrial heart of Tzfat for the best wool in the...

Eating Korech - The Passover Sandwich While many will say that the first sandwich was invented by the Earl of Sandwich as a handy way to have a meal, history proves otherwise. “This was the custom of Hillel during the time of the Temple...