Yom Hazikaron will be returning to a physical ceremony, with a limited-numbers tekkes set to be held at Robert Blackwood Hall, Monash Clayton on the evening of Tuesday April 13.
The event will also be live streamed via our Facebook page. You can access the stream by heading to our Facebook page, or, by clicking the link HERE. Please note, this link will only go like at 7:30PM AEST on Tuesday April 13.
Join us as we come together to commemorate all those that have given their lives for the State of Israel, in the IDF, and by acts of terror in our 2021 Yom Hazikaron community commemoration ceremony.
Three candle lightings are set to take place, honouring Chaim Bar Natan, who fell in Lebanon in 1992, Hadar Cohen who was a victim of terror in 2016 and the first female to be honoured by the annual event, and David Vider, a medic who fell in 1979, and who will be honoured through personal testimony by surviving family members living in Australia.
The night will also be marked by musical performances from Jewish Day Schools and community choirs, Amir Paise, Yuval Ashkar, Anita Lester and more. Antony Gafin from ZDVO and Bat Hen Zeev from Wizo will share the duties as masters of ceremonies in both English and Hebrew. Erev Shirei Zikaron will follow the ceremony, performed by Shani Weiss.
Doors are set to open at 7:00pm with proceedings set to commence promptly at 7:30pm.
Our Yom Hazikaron commemoration ceremony is a COVID-19 SAFE event, and registration is required.
Attendees will require a physical ticket, which will be mailed out to them prior to the event commencing. If you do not have your physical ticket, you are advised to arrive earlier to allow time for ticket collection. Box Office will be open from 6:30pm.
Attendees without a physical ticket will not be permitted entry.
Chaim Bar Natan – 1992
David Vider – 1979
Hadar Cohen – 2016