Sample itinerary for 2019, *subject to change

Poland Draft 2019

Monday April 29
Ghetto wall ,Umshlagplatz
Walk of Martyrs, Mila 18, Rappaport
Dinner- Warsaw
Overnight- Bialystok

Tuesday April 30
Bialystok memorial
Overnight Lublin

Wednesday May 1
Dinner Krakow
Erev Yom HaShoah tekes
Overnight- Krakow

Thursday May 2
Tour of Auschwitz
Overnight- Krakow

Friday May 3
Krakow Square
Shabbat Services at Beit Krakow
Shabbat dinner at JCC
Overnight- Krakow

Saturday May 4
Shabbat services
Walking tour
Righteous Among the Nations

Draft Israel 2019

Sunday May 5
Beach shehechiyanu
Breakfast- Bnai Dan
Ramat HaNadiv Hike
Lunch – Druz Village
Kfar Giladi
Overnight- Tel Hai

Monday May 6
Misgav Am
Memorial of the 73 – Shear Yishuv
Kfar Blum
Overnight – Haifa

Tuesday May 7
Meet students at Leo Baeck High School
Stella Maris Hike
Bahai Overlook
Acco Prison
Erev Yom HaZikaron Program
Overnight – Haifa

Wednesday May 8- Yom HaZikaron
Carmel Market
Rabin Square
9/11 Memorial
Ben Yehuda Street
Overnight – Jerusalem

Thursday May 9- Yom HaAtzmaut
Hezikiah’s Tunnel
Lunch – Independence Park
Safra Square
March to Kotel
Old City
Haas Promenade
Dinner and event in Latrun
Overnight- Jerusalem

Friday May 10
Yad Vashem
Har Herzl
Lunch- pizur Machaneh Yehuda
Prep for Shabbat
Kabbalat Shabbat- Kotel
Dinner- hotel
Overnight – Jerusalem

Saturday May 11
Different shuls
Lunch- hotel
Walking tour
Seudah shlisheet
Go to the airport

Sunday May 12
Arrive in US

Recent Posts

Ode to Poland, 2019

Poem created by participants on the 2019 March of the Living

Poland, I have hope for the Jewish people here

We need to remind the world of the Holocaust

Hopeful because of the youth

A journey through history with strangers and first- hand witnesses

After a week I have enriched my understanding of Jewish history specifically the Holocaust

This week in Poland has been very eye opening. It has shown how proud I am to be a Jew and how important it is to keep the religion going

Poland was informative and very depressing

Poland showed me how lucky I am

I feel when I leave this week I have a new family and I have so many memories

This trip has been so eye-opening so far, and I’m so glad to be a part of this new family

I’ve never been prouder to be a Jew. I will cherish my grandmother so much more after learning about her past

For me this trip was about being reflective and introspective

We are empowered, proud and united

I couldn’t be more honored to be a part of such an empowering group

I will no longer let my fears that haunted me keep me from being Jewish

I am grateful for the experience that I had, the stories I heard, the childhood, safety, freedom and liberty I’ve had and still have, the friends I’ve made, and the future that I have, all because they lost and we won and we continue to have this unique Jewish spirit of life and happiness.

I am so humbled to be a part of such an amazing community. I’m in awe of the power of my people

This trip had made me feel such warmth and power being a Jew

Poland was the place where bonds were made, tears were fallen, pride of being Jewish was set in our hearts and a family was formed

Never be silent to the atrocities and destruction of people because of their religion or beliefs

The experience in Poland was amazing and meaningful

This week we celebrated sorrow to joy