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Sternbergia Blossom Festival in Gush Etzion–POSTPONED to 30/11!

UPDATE:

The festival has been postponed to the 30/11 due to expected rain on 23/11. Please stay posted as the festival is dependent on the weather forecast and the status of the Sternbergia blossom. 

Come to the Sternbergia Blossom Festival in Gush Etzion!!

When?  Friday, 30/11, 22 Kislev, Between 9:00-14:00

Where? Between Kfar Eldad and Maaleh Rachbam

 waze: “חלמוניות מעלה רחבעם”

 What’s planned? A fun event for the entire family! Bouncy house for kids, arts & crafts,field cooking, booths, and extremely interesting tours with great guides!

Guided Tours: 9:30-11:00

Herodium- ׂ(Must pay the Herodium entrance fee) The tour will begin at the Herodium parking lot.

.Haritoun Cave- Starts at the supermarket at the entrance of Tekoa. There will be directing signs and a tour guide at the entrance.

The tour of the Sternbergias will take an hour. Not suitable for strollers.

**The festival is a 10 minute walk from the parking lot. It’s recommended to bring a hat, water and comfortable walking shoes**

Cost?  FREE ENTRANCE!

Attractions in the area

**A 15% discount will be given to anyone who attends the festival and would like to stay at the Kfar Etzion Field School’s Tzimmer on a weekday** 

Restaurants and cafes: 

Yakov’s corner- 054-3373191

Desert’s Hummus in Nokdim- 058-7654400

 Sde Bar Goat Dairy and Restaurant- 02-5020188

Sushi Tekoa- 050-5766580

Tal Cake Bakery (has an ATM machine) – 050-6889759

Bread Alone- 052-3115839

Assayag Winery- 052-5285802

Attractions:

Writing in nature workshop- 054-6440492 Yoram

Herodium Horse Ranch- 02-5020188

Shlomo’s Pets- 02-5020188

Tekoa Horse Ranch- 052-5217452

Galleries and Artists:

Vernissage Gallery in Tekoa-050-9605642

Jean Pierre Weill 3D Glass Art-052-5836052

Karin’s Art Gallery- 055-6684022

Accommodations:

Nof Herodion Tzimmer- 050-6736452

Kfar Etzion Tzimmers- 02-9935162

.In collaboration with Kfar Etzion Field School, Gush Etzion Community, Sports & Leisure Center, and Israel’s Nature and Parks Authority