Fann wa Salam is a workshop for children between the ages of 5 and 12, to give them the opportunity to observe their environment and develop their senses without the use of technology. Mary Doty Children’s Park.
Children’s festival with a variety of activities and games with Manal Shawahne. Osh Grab, Beit Sahour.
Solo exhibition by the artist Ayed Arafeh, who was born in Jerusalem and lives in Dheisheh Refugee Camp in Bethlehem. The exhibition is open from Monday to Saturday until November 29, 2017. Bab IdDeir Art Gallery, D’eik Quarter, Manger Street.
“Reading as a Tool for Development,” a conference organized by An-Najah National University in cooperation with the Social Committee of Encouraging Reading, to promote the habit of reading through governmental and private institutions in Palestine. Martyr Dhafer al-Masri Auditorium/ old campus of An-Najah National University.
The 17th Annual Olive Harvest Festival, organized by Bethlehem Municipality through the Bethlehem Peace Center and the Environmental Education Center, in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Directorate of Agriculture, and in partnership with the Applied Research Institute Jerusalem, to promote olive tree products, traditional food, and handicrafts in a traditional market, along with Palestinian folkloric shows. Manger Square.