Tarbuton Israeli cultural center offers classes

The Tarbuton, an Israeli cultural center, celebrates its sixth year with new classes, the continuation of a Children’s Israeli Dance Troupe and Israeli Singing Group in Carmel Valley.

The Tarbuton offers classes for children ages 3-18 and adults. Classes are taught by teachers with teaching credentials backed by proven curriculum. Tarbuton programs emphasize Israeli culture and modern spoken Hebrew. After school Hebrew enrichment for elementary school children in the Del Mar School District will be offered this fall and high school credit continues to be available for San Dieguito School District students. An Adult Modern Hebrew Ulpan is offered in Carmel Valley on Monday evenings. The Ulpan emphasizes conversational Hebrew with an emphasis on Israel, the geography, history and culture.

Children and adults learn Modern Hebrew and children can also enjoy Israeli cultural offerings such as our Israeli Dance Troupe and Singing Groups. Additional Israeli Cultural programs including Israeli film and literature groups and Lectures/Speakers from Israel are also for adults. Classes are one hour each and meet afternoons and early evenings on Mondays and Sundays in Carmel Valley. A full schedule and registration information is available at www.tarbuton.org; 858-245-9375.

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