The Town of Greenburgh Department of Parks and Recreation is hosting a youth Israeli group called the TZOFIM FRIENDSHIP CARAVAN on Saturday June 11 from 2pm - 4pm on the Multipurpose Center Patio located at Anthony F. Veteran Park.
The Tzofim Friendship Caravan is a youth delegation sent to North America every summer. The Tzofim Friendship Caravan is a group of ten highly talented youth scouts who travels throughout the United States and Canada, performing a lively musical program and interactive activities at camps, public gatherings, schools, community centers, hospitals and nursing homes.
The Caravan has appeared on over twelve different TV shows and several news spots, reaching over 90,000 viewers and entertaining groups ranging from 1 to 100 years of age. The program is composed of songs and dances in Hebrew and English that bring Israeli culture to North America. During the show the audience participates in the dances and cheers led by Caravan members. After the show, Caravan members mingle with the audience. They often form small groups, with the Caravan as discussion leaders, providing further opportunities for face-to-face interaction.