AACI Continuing Education
 

"Learning doesn’t stop when one gets older. One gets old when one stops learning”.

It was on that premise that AACI Continuing Education was initiated in 1986 and continues till today, marking 26 years of intensive, on-site Study Vacations, reaching out to all English speakers, veteran Olim who have been living in Israel for several decades, Olim Hadashim - more recent immigrants, and tourists.

Participants in the 4 day Study Vacations range in age from the 50’s through the 90’s.  Continuing Education has run over one hundred Study Vacation programs over the years covering a wide range of topics, taking us to many different places throughout Israel – north, south, east, west and center. We have heard from expert lecturers and individuals who share personal experiences that are a part of the country’s history. We have visited new and unique sites that help increase our knowledge and broaden our understanding of the land and the different people who live here; Jews, Arabs, Bedouins, Druze, Circassians.  We have also visited ancient historic places, nature reserves, museums, universities. Topics covered in the past included archaeology, ecology and the environment. We have learned about the political, social and economic issues and challenges, the arts, culture, and technological advances and discoveries.

Information about these programs is published in all the regional bulletins and in the AACI Electronic Newsletter (Click here to Subscribe to newsletter).

The study vacation program is open to all English-speakers, members of AACI, including tourists who are members.

AACI Continuing Education Committee: Judy, Maurene, Selma, Prudence, Stew, Fridel, Marsha and Dorothy.For Details you may call any of the above committee members at the AACI National Office on Mondays or Wednesdays – 9:30 – 12:30.

Telephone  (02) 5661181  Ext. 306. Or write to Continuing Education by snail mail: AACI, POB 53349, 91533 Jerusalem.Or email: conted@aaci.org.il or telman1zahav.net.il

 
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Study Vacation #148- Nazareth and Surroundings - Wait listed
May 19-22, 2014
Guide: Ilan Levin
 
We’ve been South and we’ve been to the Western Negev. Now we’re moving on to points in between and nearby. Our trip begins in Jerusalem where we will meet our bus and fellow Jerusalemites and then head out for the Binyamina Train Station to collect our friends who are joining us from around the country. Our first stop will be Kfar Qara. After a lunch break we will continue on for a tour of the Kaduri School, and on to Hanot Tagrim for a walk through the ruins at Beit Keshet Junction.
Check in at our home base, Kibbutz Moran. Time to unpack, put your feet up for a short period, and then down to enjoy dinner and our evening AACI “Getting to Know You” program.
 
Tuesday, after breakfast we will be going to the then the Golani Brigade Heritage Center, and on to Kfar Kedem Center for a ‘taste of’ Second Temple Life Style. Return to home base for dinner and an evening program.
 
Wednesday – again after breakfast, we’ll get a chance to explore Nazareth. We’ll start out with a visit to a NA’AMAT Technological High School for Arab Girls and hear about innovative educational programs for women. Also on the drawing board is a visit to the Church of the Annunciation and St. Joseph. We will then go on to the Zippori National Park, Khirbet Amud for a walk through the ruins of the ancient synagogue. Back to our home base and our evening meeting.
 
Thursday is check out day – board the bus for Kibbtz Harduf to enjoy a Kibbutz tour of organic agriculture and anthroposophy (figure it out), and a last stop at the Shefaram Synagogue prior to a lunch stop and drop off at the Lev HaMifratz train station and on to Jerusalem.
 
* Please note: Program subject to change - but you will be informed if changes are necessary.
Cost of the trip NIS 1700 per person sharing a double room - NIS 2300 Single supplement
Cancellation Fees: NIS 200 6 weeks prior to trip – NIS 250 one week prior to trip
Participants must be members of AACI
 
Mark your calendars for future trips -
September 8-11, 2014 - Roaming the Jerusalem Hills - Mina Glatzer – Guide
January 12-15, 2015 – Kibbutz Ketura – What’s new in the Arava
For additional information or registration - Call 02-5661181 - Ext. 306 Monday or Wednesday 9:00 -12:00
Or send an email to conted@aaci.org.il or to telman1@zahav.net.il
 
Continuing Education Committee - Judy, Stew, Maurene, Prudence, Fridel, Marsha & Dorothy
 
 
 
    
 
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