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~Israel Solidarity Day in Chicago! by aklionsky

Thanks for the heads-up, aji525!

Chicago’s got great plans for celebrating the big Six-Oh with Israel, as well, also including the Idan Raichel Project.

On Sunday, May 4 the Jewish United Fund/Chicago Federation will host Israel Solidarity Day/The Walk With Israel. The Walk, an annual tradition that brings Jews from all around Chicago to celebrate, will commence with an Israel rally, that will turn into a 6k walk along the lake.

After eating falafel (delicious!), pizza, and other delicacies from kosher restaurants in and around Chicago, everyone will get to hear the famous Idan Raichel Project!

This will be Raichel’s second time playing in Chicago in less than a year, and I think it’s safe to say that everyone’s pretty pumped up about hearing him again!

The birthday celebrations continue that week at Northwestern University with guests like David Broza and Elie Wiesel.

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I just saw them perform in Rochester, NY yesterday. Absolutely fantastic!

Comment by Shane Bertou

Go Chicago !

Comment by Star Carlton

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