On the Neve Zedek Scavenger Hunt, participants discover the house that Shai Agnon rented in the neighborhood, when he was a young man, a new immigrant, still going by his birth name, Shmuel Yosef Czaczkes. At that time, no one would have imagined that he would be a recipient of a Nobel prize for literature. But he did, and here is the text of his acceptance speech:
A calendar of recommended ScaVentures programing for Jewish Educators.
Whether you’re looking for a solution for those long August vacation days, if you’re planning a family get- together, or if its Bar/Bat Mitzvah season for you – there’s a reason why so many families chose to play a ScaVenture…five reasons, in fact.
Tzfat! Where else can you navigate to a biblical cave, climb to the top of a Turkish bell tower, learn about the secret weapon that won the war of Independence and have so many more adventures???