Life on the ‘kibbutz’
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Held at Urban Adamah, an urban farm in Berkeley, the five-day program included kids doing the following: caring for chickens; learning about and harvesting crops; eating in a kibbutz-style communal hall; washing their own dishes; holding community meetings to resolve issues; creating art, such as tie-dyed bandanas; and playing games, doing Israeli dances and singing in Hebrew.
Edah, which launched in 2010, offers Jewish experiential learning opportunities infused with Hebrew. The Berkeley-based program offers afterschool, spring and summer options. For more information, visit http://www.edahcommunity.org.
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