Sunday 25 November, 8:30 pm, at the Caesarea Centre hall
Admission: NIS 40
Tickets may be purchased at www.caesarea.com
In a breathtaking lecture, Yossi tells the story of his personal adventures and how from a victim of the circumstances he became a skilled survival machine, how he fought tigers and carnivorous ants, and how his life was saved thanks to hallucinations, on the role of faith in the preservation of animals and on actual miracles that happened in front of his eyes.
Lecturer: Yossi Ghinsberg – His survival story has become a classic and even a "cult" phenomenon in Israel and elsewhere. His book "Back from Tuichi" has been translated into twenty languages and has won acclaim as an international best-seller. The Discovery Channel produced a documentary and recently a Hollywood film has been released, starring Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), who plays Yossi and reconstructs his fascinating journey in the Amazon.
Monthly literary encounters
Facilitator: Zvia Yedidya
Beginning: Monday 26 November, 10:30 am, at the Caesarea Centre library
With Avivit Brukstein
Thursday 29 November, 8 pm at the Caesarea Centre hall
Caesarea residents put on stories and songs in honor of November 29
Produced by Shirley Veizer and Orna Ashkenazi