Summer Camp for 6-to-12- year-old children offers activities that include origami, art, dancing, outdoor games, and zumba dancing, and runs till July 4, 2017. The camp is sponsored by Scholarship for Training and University Services. For more information, please call 298-6515.
World music: Safar project is a concert by the talented Tunisian musicians Imed Alibi and Zied Zouari, accompanied by students of Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, Jerusalem, organized by the French Institute of Jerusalem. For more information about the event and venue, please visit the official website at www.institutfrancais-jerusalem.org.
The City At Night is a 2012 German film series with Arabic subtitles directed by Jan Ole Gerster that puts a spotlight on life after sunset in various cities. Each film is introduced by a conversation with residents of Ramallah who tell stories of the night in their city. Organized by the Goethe-Institut. The French-German Cultural Center.
Expert workshop on the Art of Grafting organized by the Palestinian ecological garden, Mashjar Juthour, led by professional farmers giving their experience in clipping and grafting various types of trees. Meet at 9:30 at George Habash Square, at the end of Al-Tireh. For more information about the event, please contact Mashjar Juthour at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 056-981-3714.
Layali Ramadania\Storytelling Festival organized by Seraj Library Network and Goethe-Institut, where storytelling and music activities are offered for children and their parents in an outdoor event under the stars. The public libraries/community centers in Ramallah, Bethlehem, the Jordan Valley, and other villages and refugee camps.