JLF Kids2020-02-17T11:54:27+00:00

JLF KIDS

Collaborating with PJ Library and Herzlia Middle and High School pupils this year’s children’s programme is varied and full of fun. Stories in the Shtetl at the SA Jewish Museum abound and author Nicole Levin will keep the children spellbound. Or join the PJ Library Story Walk led by Herzlia children for a wonderful reading experience. Our favourite ‘Junie Punie’ Hayman will delight with musical stories. And don’t miss the book writing sessions.

The Jacob Gitlin Children’s Library will be the venue for story times. With something for all age groups plus the full day supervised fun room for younger children and sport activities in the afternoon the children will be spoilt for choice. The children will be situated in the Gardens Commercial High School, adjacent to the Jacob Gitlin Library. Access to these classrooms will be through the Jacob Gitlin Library. The program runs from 10h00 to 13h00 but the play room will stay open until the end of the day. Snacks and water will be provided for the children.

Programme:

10.00
• 4-6 yr olds        Music Stories with June Hayman – Gardens Commercial High School
• 7-11 yr olds     Shtetl Story with Nicole Levin – Shtetl in the Jewish Museum
PJ Library Reading and Activity Room for all age groups – Gardens Commercial High School

11.00
• 4-6 yr olds        Story Walks with Herzlia Helpers – Jacob Gitlin Library
7-11 yr olds       Books for All with Herzlia Facilitators – Gardens Commercial High School

12.00
• 4-6 yr olds        Stories in the Jacob Gitlin Children’s Library with Janine Rodgers
7-11 yr olds       Shtetl Story with Miriam Schiff – Shtetl in the Jewish Museum
Books for All continued

13.00 – 15.00
Outdoor fun with a sports coach for all age-groups in the Gardens Commercial High School playground



OUR 2020 ONLINE SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLEWe are delighted to offer you the opportunity of watching (or re-watching) some of those sessions.

(Please note: We have endeavoured to bring all 23 of the sessions, however due to unforeseen technical problems, some of those may be missing. We apologise for any disappointment.)