Winter Virtual Shuk Tour

20 Tevet 5771
December 27, 2010

machane-yehuda5As we continue davening for badly-needed rainfall, planning shuk walking tours is not a simple matter. In an effort to accommodate the many visitors from abroad who will be in Jerusalem in January to recharge their spiritual batteries during winter break, Jerusalem Kosher News is offering a virtual shul tour, a PowerPoint presentation addressing kashrus in the shuk and elsewhere in the capital; in a heated environment, located one block from Machane Yehuda, ‘The Shuk’.

The two-hour event is planned for Monday, 19 Shevat (24 January 2011), at 10:30am.

The PowerPoint presentation will permit parents of one-year students to see what their children have been learning in school. Many of them have heard JKN lectures as I make my way to the area schools and seminaries, enlightening students to the kashrus realities of Israel. The presentation will empower visitors to navigate local restaurants with confidence, armed with an understanding of Israel’s kashrus realities.

Advanced registration and payment is a must. The fee is NIS 50 per person. No refunds will be issued. If you cannot attend for one reason or another, you may pass your slot(s) to a friend. Therefore, it is advised that you do not register until you are certain you wish to attend.

If you are interested in registering, please send me an email to inquire if space is still available. If there are open slots, you will receive instructions on how to pay via PayPal. Your email payment confirmation from PayPal serves as your admission ticket. JKN receipts will be handed to participants at the event.

Please email and in the subject line write “winter shuk tour”.

One comment

  • Shlomo Rubinstein
    January 7, 2011 - 10:57 | Permalink


    As someone that lives in the US but has been Zoche to travel to E”Y often, it is extremely difficult to sort-out the Kashrus in E”Y. Thank you in general for this site. I think a lot of us would like to take the “tour” but will not be in E”Y when it is given. Please consider video taping it and posting some place.

    Kol Tuv and a Gut Shabbos.

    - S

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