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November 2017 Events

Events in the cities of Bethlehem, East Jerusalem and Ramallah & Al-Bireh.

 

Bethlehem

November 21 Tuesday | 15:00

Bait Byout Educational Larp Festival 

Bait Byout Educational Larp Festival, organized by Bait Byout from Palestine in cooperation with Bifrost from Denmark, and

Fanatsiforubundet and Alibier from Norway, introduces larps as an exceptional educational tool to promote learning through playing. For

more information, please visit the event’s official website: www.baitbyout.org/bait-byouteducational- larp-festival-bethlehem.

 

November 24 Friday | 20:00

Al-Kamandjati’s Christmas Concert 

Al-Kamandjati’s Christmas Concert will be recorded to be broadcast later on German ZDF TV. Saint Catherine Church.

 

November 30 Thursday | 14:00

Launching the Bethlehem Christmas Message 

Launching the Bethlehem Christmas Message by the Mayor of Bethlehem, Adv. Anton Salman. Vienna Hall, Bethlehem Municipality.

 

Jerusalem

November 1 Wednesday | 10:00

The 8th Women’s Microenterprise Bazaar 2017 

The 8th Women’s Microenterprise Bazaar 2017 is organized by the US Consulate General to support Palestinian women who will display their products and handicrafts from Jerusalem, the West Bank, and Gaza. Ambassador Hotel, 5 Nablus Road, Sheikh Jarrah.

 

November 16 Thursday | 10:00

Christmas market 

A Christmas market that offers a variety of local handicrafts for the Christmas season. Institut Français de Jérusalem – Chateaubriand.

 

Ramallah & Al-Bireh

November 3 Friday | 9:00

Social Olive 

Social Olive Harvest at Juthour is the fourth olive harvest festival that invites participants to reconnect to the deep-rooted Palestinian tradition and learn about picking and pressing olives. The festival aims to encourage greater individual and communal responsibility towards our threatened natural environment and heritage in Palestine. Mashjar Juthor, Thahr al Oghda.

 

November 4 Saturday | 12:30

Palestinian artist Issa Deby’s Exile 

Palestinian artist Issa Deby’s Exile, Hard Work solo exhibition, organized

by Birzeit University Museum, features a combination of two collections of Issa Deby: Trials (2013) and Motherland (2016), to raise dialogue between their themes, discussing both the revolution and the exile, but at the

same time raising a number of issues related to the original context in these exhibitions in which national identity plays a special role. The exhibition runs until January 4, 2018. Birzeit University Museum.

 

November 8 Wednesday | 10:00

Ramallah Poetry Festival 

Ramallah Poetry Festival: From Mediterranean to Mediterranean is an

annual international festival organized by the Association Libre Culture, Mahmoud Darwish Foundation, and Ramallah Municipality,

celebrating poetry by offering a ground for cultural meetings and exchanges through hosting poets from Mediterranean countries who will be reading their poems with the support of an Arabic version for non-Arabic poems. Ramallah City Hall, Yasser Arafat Square, San Fernando Garden, Ottoman Court, Mandela Square, and Mahmoud Darwish Museum. For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

November 18 Saturday | 12:00

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day 

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day is an inspiring initiative founded by Wendy Diamond that empowers, celebrates, and supports women in business worldwide to alleviate poverty. International Women’s Entrepreneurship Day is celebrated on November 19 to observe and discuss the work of women entrepreneurs. For more information, please visit the event’s Facebook page at www. facebook.com/Pal.Kafaat/.

 

November 20 Monday | 20:00

Al-Kamandjati concert 

Al-Kamandjati concert in solidarity with Palestine AJPF, a French association that fosters the twinning of Palestinian refugee camps with French cities. Kobar Village, Ramallah.

 

November 30 Thursday | 18:30

The Boom Box Festival 

The Boom Box Festival is a Palestinian Hip Hop Festival held as one of the

Pam Fest and DJam projects in Palestine and Jordan to support this type of youth music and market Palestinian talent worldwide. The festival will offer musical performances, food, and beverages in a unique and distinctive positive atmosphere. Grand Park Hotel.

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