December 10 Schedule: If your tickets included a 4-hour skiing, you may start skiing at any time and have 4 consecutive hours. Look at the program and determine which activities you’d be OK to miss while skiing.
* The administration reserves the right to change this program without a further notice.
Keynote speaker 1 – Yael Magen - Understanding and Feeling October 7 (In English)
Together, we will understand the Israel-Palestine conflict through international law, rules of war, and human rights; share heartbreaking personal stories from the massacre on October 7; and acquire tools and actual next steps to help the participants educate the people around them to ensure a better and more peaceful world.
Yael Magen, Esq. is a speaker, lawyer, author, community activist, and advocate for human rights and fighting antisemitism and anti-Zionism. Currently working as a municipality attorney, supporting small and medium businesses and people in their legal needs in the estate, civil rights, and other legal matters. Since October 7 she has spoken in various capacities at local community events, TV, printed media, and part of “DiploAct” a delegation from Israel that honored their lost friends who died at the Nova music festival. as well as opened a head-quarter in her home facilitating different needs among various organizations and private people including helping soldiers who received a duty to call and doctors to return to Israel, social media advocacy, initiated rallies, supported local leaders that were in jeopardy due to their support of Israel, developed a security task force with cooperation with local police and more.
Keynote Speaker 2 – Maria Guinsburg – History and Traditions of Hanukkah and How It Has Affected the Jewish life in the Diaspora (in Russian)
История и традиции празднования Хануки, и идеологическое влияние этого события на еврейскую культуру во время жизни в диаспоре.
Мария Гинзбург. Родилась в Советском Союзе, в 1992 году иммигрировала в Израиль. В Израиле закончила подготовительную программу по истории Израиля и еврейской религии от Университета Бар Илан, и получила степень Техниона по архитектуре. Работала архитектором в Тель Авиве и Хайфе.
Сейчас практикует в области инновацийонных стратегий, облачных технологий, машинного обучения и искусственного интеллекта.
В свободное время продолжает изучать историю Израиля.
You’re invited! Please join us in celebrating the Festival of Lights, as we come together to share the joy of Hanukkah. It's a time for lighting the menorah, enjoying delicious traditional foods, and spending quality time with family and friends.
When: Sunday, December 10, 2023, from 9 am to 7 pm
Where: Wachusett Mountain Ski Area, Spruce Room (2nd Floor), 499 Mountain Rd, Princeton MA 01541
What's included: 2 meals (Lunch & Dinner), all snacks, all activities, and a lift ticket for the skier.
This year, we’re taking the celebration to another level – we’re creating an all-day family retreat! That’s just like our family camp but without the hassle of sleeping elsewhere. During the day, you will be:
For indoor activities, we will have a lovely spacious room with cathedral ceilings and a fireplace. Our space is fully accessible. The building has an elevator, and the Spruce Suite we're using has it's own, fully accessible restroom.
There will be two types of tickets: one for skiers and one for no skiers. The skier’s ticket included a 4-hour lift ticket. These 4 hours can be taken at any time during the day. You may start anytime, but once you start skiing, the ticket will be valid for 4 hours. Please note: the rentals and the extended day (8 hour-day) are extra and will be offered at a discounted rate during the reservation process. Please also note that there is no breakdown for adults and children tickets; the cost is the same as long as they choose a type for skiers and no skiers. Non-skiers’ children under three years old do not need a ticket. Other Adults and Children do need a ticket.
The celebration will occur on Sunday, December 10, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. You may come at any time you want during these hours to start your fun. We will have helping teens, so it’s possible to leave a child (age at least 4.5) for a few hours with us and go skiing.
So, what are you waiting for? Register now! Remember, both children and adults need tickets.