The exhibition of paintings to honor Leonid Klevitsky at the Menorah Center

The opening of the paintings exhibition to honor Leonid Klevitsky will take place at the Art Gallery of the Menorah Center on December 1.

The member of the Israeli and Russian Union of Artists Leonid Klevitsky (08.10.1946-20.08.2013) started his creative career at the Arts School named after Savitsky. Now his works are demonstrated in the picture gallery bearing the same name as well as in private collections abroad.

We would like to invite all those who appreciate art to join the exhibition’s opening at the Art Gallery of the Menorah Center at 15.00.

Those wishing to purchase paintings, please get in touch with Mendel Gitman by phone 0631545518.

50th anniversary of the Gastroenterology Institute at the Menorah Center.

On November 27-28, the Menorah Center hosted an applied science conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the state-run “Gastroenterology Institute of NAMS of Ukraine”.

 

The conference was held with the following theme: “Fifty years of development of gastroenterology in Ukraine. From science to practice”. The event took place in the two halls of the Menorah Center: the Art Gallery and Ballroom. The exhibition of drugs produced by the leading pharmaceutical companies ran in the Center’s Gallery during the conference.

 

The official part of the event was held at the Ballroom. That was where numerous congratulations addressed to the Gastroenterology Institute were pronounced by the representatives of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk Regional State Administration, City Administration of Dnepropetrovsk, Pridneprovsk Scientific Center of NAS and MES of Ukraine, union of medical workers, scientific organizations and educational institutions.

 

The official part ended with a festive concert for all guests.

 

Applied science conference was held in the format of plenary and breakout sessions addressing issues of diagnosis, introduction of new treatment technologies of gastrointestinal diseases, prospects of electron microscopy studies in gastroenterological practice and other issues of gastroenterology development.

The Menorah Center hosted the IV Charity prom

The grand banquet hall called the Menorah Grand Hall of the Menorah Center hosted the IV Charity prom. The main purpose of the event was a charity fundraiser. This year’s participants and guests could collect 10 thousand grivna to help the Ukrainian military. Certificate for funds was transferred to Pavel Khazanov, the chairman of the “Fund for National Defense”.

 

The event was held in the style of the Venetian carnival. The main attributes of the participants were the floor-length dresses, tailcoats and Venetian masks. Two hundred dancing couples performed stately polonaise and refined Viennese waltz on the dance floor. The concert program also included performances by famous regional singers and musical groups.

 

The Charity Ball brought together more than a thousand guests dressed in silks and satins, who enjoyed throughout the evening the program of stilt-walkers and mimes.

 

At the end of the evening, the crowd chose the king and queen: these turned the students of Dnepropetrovsk State Agrarian University Nikita Gavrilov and Vladislava Yakovleva. The newly chosen royalty received valuable gifts together with the right to wear the honorary title for one year.

 

The Menorah Center to host a meeting of the Dnipro historical club

Tkuma Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies and the Jewish Memory and the Holocaust in Ukraine Museum invite to a meeting of the Dnieper historical club to take place on November 30 at 14:00 at the Menorah Center (elevator B, 3rd floor, video room).

The event is timed to the Day of Remembrance of the Holodomor Victims in Ukraine. The theme of the meeting is the “Unknown famine in Ukraine of 1928-1929”. The guest speaker of the event is Lyudmila Grinevich, doctor of historical sciences, head of the Ukrainian Famine Research Center at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.Dr. Grinevich will announce the little-known facts about the famine of 1928-1929, share her thoughts about the place of the famine of 1928-1929 and 1932-1933 in the official policy of the memory of Ukraine and in the historical memory of Ukrainians, talk about the problems of understanding and assessment of famine in the world, as well as analyze the Ukrainian vector of Russia’s policy in the past and the present.

Everyone is welcome to join the meeting. Admission is free.

More information is available by phone: (050) 452-21-63.

THE PUPPET SHOW “TRICKERY AND LEPROSY OF A CUNNING FOX” TO BE HELD AT THE MENORAH CENTER

The “Shalom baby!” Family Club invites children from 2.5 years of age to a puppet show “Trickery and Leprosy of a Cunning Fox”.

A funny and instructive tale about how bad it is to be a little rogue.

Easily and unobtrusively, actors play to the audience an instructive story about a fox – rogue, who himself has suffered because of his own tricks!

Secrets and complexity of the acting profession are opened through the play for young viewers.

And a happy ending of the fairy tale will give everyone a good mood!

The duration of the play is 45 minutes.

The program includes:

– a puppet show;

– a creative workshop to demonstrate the production of soap.

Pre-registration for the workshop is required by phone: 0676109161, 0676711400

The ticket price for a puppet show is 90 grivna per person.

Please note that the parents of children from 3.5 years and above shall buy their own tickets to attend the show.

The ticket price for a puppet show with a workshop is 160 grivna per attendee.

Date: 30/11/2014

Time: 17:00

The Menorah Center

“Shalom baby!” Family Club

4/26 Sholom Aleichem St.

For more details please visit: www.shalombaby.com.ua

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The “1C-Bitrix” All-Ukrainian seminar to be held on December 4 at the Menorah Center.

 

The “1C-Bitrix” All-Ukrainian seminar is planned on December 4 at the Menorah Center for those who plan to create or upgrade an online store.

 

The seminar program to include:

• What you need to launch a profitable online store? Presentation of the “1C-Bitrix” platform.

• Current tendencies and trends in E-Commerce.

• What should you choose: the adaptive design or a mobile application?

• Step-by-step instructions to launch a Google AdWords advertising campaign.

• Basics of SEO optimization: how to bring your website to the first page of search engines.

• Are your customers in social networks? Effective SMM for an online store.

 

The seminar will be useful for:

• managers of online stores that are looking for ways of developing their business and those who are just planning to enter Internet;

• marketers who want to improve their knowledge in the field of online advertising;

• owners of small and medium-sized businesses who want to increase the effectiveness of the company’s management.

 

ITFAN Company will run this seminar in Dnepropetrovsk.

 

All participants will get branded gifts and souvenirs from “1C-Bitrix”.

 

To participate, please select your city, company ITFAN, program and sign up on the website of the organizer: http://www.1c-bitrix.ua/about/seminars/fc/?utm_source=dnepr&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=vs142

 

Participation is free.

 

Venue:

The Menorah Center

2nd floor, Royal Club room,

5 Demyana Bednogo St.

The Menorah Center can become the “Cultural and Entertainment Venue of the Year”

The Menorah Center is nominated in the category “Cultural and Entertainment Venue of the Year” of the award “Artis 2014” and has every right to win.

Since its opening, the complex has already become both the hallmark of Dnepropetrovsk, and the main center for large-scale events in the city and the country. Many of these events have become socially relevant and have had great success among visitors and residents. These include a mini-golf tournament on the roof, the Dnepr Fashion Day, awarding of the best athletes of the region, championships in ballroom dancing and numerous art exhibitions, recitals of the best artists, annual children’s performances and entertainment programs, and many other activities.

Giving your vote to the Menorah Center, you will support not only cultural and entertainment events that are held there, but also many endeavors for the promotion of peace initiated by the Menorah. Such actions include charity exhibitions, conferences and forums aimed at unification of the country. Here we not only initiate such activities, but also strongly support and promote the initiatives of civil society activists, who promote peace in Ukraine.

Vote for the Menorah Center by logging on to: http://artis.talantam.com/show/zavedenie/335-menora.html

IV Charity prom at the Menorah Center

On November 27, the most active and vibrant youth of our region will get together in the Pchelkin’s House to plunge into the atmosphere of the Venetian carnival. This year’s charity prom will be held in Dnepropetrovsk for the fourth time. Traditionally, the main purpose of the event is a charity fundraiser. This year, participants and guests of the ball will help the Ukrainian military. The event is organized by Dnepropetrovsk Regional Youth Administration and the Department of Education and Science of Dnepropetrovsk Regional State Administration.

Each year, all students in our region have a unique opportunity to join this ball, where couples in beautiful gowns gracefully whirl to the rhythm of waltz, foxtrot and Charleston. This time the theme of the event is dedicated to Venice’s most famous costumed holiday – carnival. That is why the ball is going to be even more beautiful and mysterious than before. Every year the event is becoming more and more appreciated, this time more than a thousand guests and participants are expected to turn up. And 198 student couples are actively preparing for their performance and diligently rehearsing dances that are to surprise all guests of the ball.

The organizers invite all the people of our region to a charity prom, it’s a great opportunity to contribute to a really good cause and help the defenders of our country. Each guest will receive a unique pleasure from dancing and live chat, and make a short trip to Venice.

Charitable contribution:

for a couple – 120 UAH,

for one person – 80 UAH.

To purchase tickets, please contact:

Sergey Krivoguz +380674805990,

Vladislav Skotar +380938370676,

Sophia Pyshneva +380509939206.

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