Urban Jungle Walk

The Academy Urban Jungle Walk

Ever wonder, as you walk from one place to the next, what that tree is? What bird is calling from that rooftop?

Every day we scurry through our suburb, with no time to stop and smell the flowers… Every spring, the Torah enjoins us to stop, see the blossoms, make a blessing. But do we stop?

Join the Academy and Ilana Stein as we take that time – an hour, close to dawn – to stroll through our very own urban jungle (that’s Glenhazel and environs), learning about the birds, trees, bees and flowers that live around us, and count our blessings.

When: Sunday, 18th November at 6:00am


Urban Jungle Walk
Experience your environment
Sunday, 18 November 2018
Starts 6:00am
Glenhazel - venue TBC on booking
This price is for full up-front payment which is discounted heavily. This can be paid on-line by booking below, or you can contact our office to pay via EFT or Credit Card. Should you wish to pay in monthly instalments, please contact our office on info@TheAcademy.org.za

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