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TUESDAY, AUGUST 4

Hebro Night Out: Join Hebro’s from around NYC at Significant Other, a show about a single gay Jew in NYC!
Save 50% on our night out performance of Significant Other on Tue, Aug 4 + a free pre-show reception!

All seats $40.50 (regularly $79).
Use ‘appeal code’ HEBRO for our discounted tickets and choose the August 4 performance
BUY TICKETS HERE

Tuesday, August 4
6:00pm: Pre-theater (optional) FREE reception with complimentary wine, beer and some apps at St Andrews Restaurant and Bar (46th Street b/w 6/7 Aves)
7:15pm: Head across the street to the theater
7:30pm: Showtime!

The Laura Pels Theatre, 111 West 46th Street, New York, NY, 10036
Cant make the Hebro night out? Use code HEBRO for 50% off any performance until August 16

In this “hilarious and heart-tugging” (Daily News) quarter-life coming-of-age story, Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So, until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close-knit girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan finds that supporting the ones you love can be just as impossible as finding love itself.

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POPMAIN
Saturday, June 27, 2015

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SATURDAY, June 27th | 9PM – 3AM
Hebro Pop-Up Party: Pride Edition
Facebook event here.

Join over 500 Hebro’s for a pop dance party celebrating Pride with your favorite Jew-tunes with hosts Adam Werner & Jon Landau!

For the first-time ever, Space Ibiza NY gets a gay party. This newly opened 5,000 square foot space opens just in time for Pride and Hebro has its first gay party there.  Join over 500 gay Jews and we dance the night away to music, including Israeli-pop tunes and the top-40 pop and dance remixes. DJ Steve Sidewalk DJ’s this party. You won’t wanna miss this Hebro party!

DJ STEVE SIDEWALK

Space Ibiza New York – 1st Floor VIP Room
637 West 50th Street – Between 11/12 Avenues – VIP Room
9pm-3am
Individual Cost: $15 online | $20 at door

 

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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

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Join Hebro for our 2nd Year at one of our most popular events:

PRIDE @ THE JEWISH MUSEUM

Wednesday, June 24
6pm – 10pm

The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue (at 92nd Street)

Enjoy an open wine & beer bar from 6pm-10pm and view the exhibits on display:

Laurie Simmons: How We See & Repetition and Difference

Early Bird: $25 (until June 21)
General Admission: $35 
Hebro Sponsor: $50
Admission + 6-month Jewish Museum Membership: $75

 

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
Shvitz
APRIL 24 - 26, 2015

Hebro presents

SHVITZ!
THE DESTINATION WEEKEND FOR GAY JEWS

Join over 150 gay Jews from around the USA and abroad on our first destination weekend in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

April 24-26
Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa

Schedule:
Friday, April 24
4:00pm – Check in
5:00pm – Welcome reception
7:00pm – Gala White Dinner overlooking the ocean

Saturday, April 25
12pm – Shvitz! Beach Party (until 7pm)
11pm – Shvitz! Club Party at the Manor Nightclub in Wilton Manors

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
INFO HERE
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JUNE 5 - 14 2015

THE ISRAEL TRIP
Feat. TEL AVIV PRIDE
JUNE 5 – 14, 2015
Contact: info(at)myhebro(dot)com / (212) 316-4838

Pricing:
$2,849 if registered by 31-January, $2,999 after (land only) based on double person occupancy
(please note: if sharing a room, there will be two twin beds or one queen)
Single Supplement: $825

Friday, June 5: Arrival to Israel
Welcome to Israel and group dinner

Overnight: Jerusalem – ARTHUR HOTEL

Saturday, June 6: Old City of Jerusalem
Explore the city that is home to 3 great religions: Mount of Olives, Tomb of King David, Room of Last Supper, Western Wall, follow the Via Dolorosa through the Old City to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Overnight: Jerusalem – ARTHUR HOTEL

Sunday, June 7: New City of Jerusalem
Pending confirmation, visit Islam’s third holiest side, the Dome of the Rock, Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, Bethlehem & Church of Nativity, Western Wall tunnel tour
Overnight: Jerusalem – ARTHUR HOTEL

Monday, June 8: Masada / Dead Sea / Ride Camels!
Overnight: Jerusalem – ARTHUR HOTEL

Tuesday, June 9: Jordan Valley, Sea of Galilee
Enjoy a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, drive along the shores of the Sea of Galilee through Tiberias to Capernaum, and on to Mount of Beatitudes, the traditional site of Jesus’ delivery of the Sermon on the Mount. Qasr El Yehud – Baptismal site on the shores of the Jordan River, Old Gesher / Naharayim Plant & Beit Alpha Mosaics
Overnight: Galilee – KIBBUTZ HAGOSHRIM GUESTHOUSE

Wednesday, June 10:  Galilee, Southern Golan Heights, Caesarea, Arrival to Tel Aviv and Jaffa
Jeep tour of the Golan Heights, drive alone Mediterranean Coast to Caesarea and then Tel Aviv. Visit the artists’ quarter and Jaffa’s ancient flea market and end with a graffiti tour of Tel Aviv
Overnight: Tel Aviv – MENDELI STREET HOTEL

Thursday, June 11: Tel Aviv / Jaffa
Enjoy a walking tour of Tel Aviv.  Time also for the gay beach, relaxing and preparing for evening Pride activities
Overnight: Tel Aviv – MENDELI STREET HOTEL

Friday, June 12: Tel Aviv
Pride Parade and Pride Beach Party
Overnight: Tel Aviv – MENDELI STREET HOTEL

Saturday, June 13: Tel Aviv
Last full day in Tel Aviv. Take in another day at the beach or explore Tel Aviv
Overnight: Tel Aviv – MENDELI STREET HOTEL

Sunday, June 14: Tel Aviv
Departure from Israel or extensions.

Itinerary subject to change.

Pricing:
$2,849 if registered by 31-January, $2,999 after (land only) based on double person occupancy
(please note: if sharing a room, there will be two twin beds or one queen)
Single Supplement: $825

TERMS AND CONDITIONS HERE

REGISTER HERE

 

REGISTER NOW
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August 8 - 16, 2015

Hebro journeys to Eastern Europe for a 9-day trip to Poland & Prague.  For full details on this trip, please visit HebroTravel.com

EARLY BIRD (before March 15, 2015):  $2,999
REGULAR: $3,099
SINGLE OCCUPANCY: +$750

DAY 1 – Saturday, August 8, 2015 – KRAKOW
Upon arrival to Krakow, transfer to your hotel and relax before meeting your fellow travels, your Hebro Tour Director and Tour Guide at the welcome dinner.
Provided: Transfer from Krakow airport (KRK – J. Paul II Balice) & Welcome Dinner
Overnight: Krakow – Best Western Q Plus Hotel (Opening in April 2015)

DAY 2 – Sunday, August 9, 2015 – KRAKOW
Morning:
–  Visit to Wawel Hill, viewing the Royal Castle.
–  Enjoy a walking tour of the Old Town where you will visit the main Market Square, Renaissance Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Church.
Afternoon:
–   Continue with a Jewish heritage tour of the Kazimierz District and Schindler’s List route;
–   See Bohaterov Getta Square, the Old Synagogue with its exhibition and the Remuh Synagogue with the adjoining Renaissance Cemetery and Wolnica Square.
–   End our day with a visit to the historical former Schindler Factory museum.
Provided: Breakfast
Overnight: Krakow – Best Western Q Plus Hotel (Opening in April 2015)

DAY 3 – Monday, August 10, 2015 – KRAKOW – AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU – WARSAW
–   Depart Krakow
–   Day tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the concentration camps from World War II and on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
–   Evening transfer to Warsaw
Provided: Breakfast, Boxed Lunch, Group Dinner
Overnight: Warsaw – Mercure Centrum Hotel

DAY 4 – Tuesday, August 11, 2015 – WARSAW
–     Visit the Genscher Jewish Cemetery and the Ghetto Heroes Monument learning about the Ghetto fights.
–     Enjoy a walking tour of the Old Town area, including Castle Square, the Royal Castle, King Sigismund column, Cathedral and then off to Old Market Square,  End the tour with a walk through the New Town and birthplace of Maria Sklodowska; later known as Marie Curie.
–     Free time in Warsaw
Provided: Breakfast
Overnight: Warsaw – Mercure Centrum Hotel

DAY 5 – Wednesday, August 12, 2015 – DEPART WARSAW – PRAGUE
–    After breakfast, transfer to Warsaw Airport for flight to Prague
–    Arrive at Prague Airport
–    Lunch on own at City Center
–    Check in at hotel
–    An afternoon tour of Prague’s Old Town starting at Prague’s art deco Municipal House and includes the Cubist House ‘At the Black Madonna’, Mozart’s Estate Theater Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock, the Gothic Church of our Lady in Front of Tyn, Wenceslas Square and the 14th century Charles Bridge
–    End our afternoon with David Cerny’s street art and design shops and explore the grand cafes of Prague
Provided: Breakfast, one-way flight from Warsaw to Prague on Czech Airlines, group dinner
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

 DAY 6 – Thursday, August 13, 2015 – PRAGUE – TEREZIN
–     Morning tour of Prague Castle district and Lesser Quarter; Explore the Cernicky Palace, Castle Gardens and St. Vitus Cathedral. Proceed to the Old Royal Palace, St George’s Basilica, Daliborka Tower and Garden Lane
–     The tour continues through the narrow streets of the Lesser Quarter and Kampa Island, a mysterious place with a magical atmosphere and home to many bohemian artists and John Lennon’s famous wall
–     Boxed lunch provided by the Josef Hotel
–     Our afternoon journey will take us on a tour of Theresienstadt, home of the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp; Established by the Nazis during World War II in the city of the Terezin, this camp served as a “show-camp” for propaganda in which the Nazis permitted representatives from the International Red Cross to dispel rumors about extermination camps.  A Holocaust survivor will lead this tour.
–     We’ll visit the Ghetto Museum & Magdeburg Barracks; Crematorium, Columbarium, Ceremonial Halls and Central Morgue; a prayer room from the time of the Terezin ghetto
Provided: Breakfast, boxed lunch
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

 DAY 7 – Friday, August 14, 2015 – PRAGUE
–     A morning tour of Prague’s Jewish Quarter, including all sites of the Jewish Museum which includes all 5 synagogues: The Moorish Spanish Synagogue, the Old Jewish Cemetery; Klausen Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, and the Burial Brotherhood House
–     Continue to the memorial of the Czech victims of the Holocaust at Pinkas Synagogue, which also hosts a collection of paintings by the children interned in the Terezin concentration camp.
–     We will conclude our day of touring at the medieval Old New Synagogue, the second oldest serving synagogue in Europe, dating back to the year 1270
–     Evening Shabbat dinner at King Solomon Kosher restaurant.
Provided: Breakfast, Shabbat dinner, 
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

DAY 8 – Saturday, August 15, 2015 – PRAGUE PRIDE
–    Join the group at the Prague Pride Parade
Overnight: Prague – Josef Hotel – the official host hotel for Prague Pride

DAY 9 – Sunday, August 16, 2015 – DEPARTURES
– Departure from Prague & extensions

INFO HERE
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