Oneg

Modern dances are part of every oneg. Kids choose a song and choreograph it by themselves. Photo by Marlena Chertock.

Onegs are a celebration of Friday night. They are a place for kids to sing, dance, write and perform skits, have a lot of ruach (spirit) and work together in their shikvah and with another shikvah to produce something truly special.

There are several parts of an oneg: the chatsega (skit/play), small makela (song), modern dance, Israeli dance, Project X (which can be anything and always turns out to be very creative) and a large makela (group song).

  • Amelim-Bogrim Oneg

View more photos from the Amelim-Bogrim oneg here.

  • Nitzanim-Bonim Oneg

For their Project X, the Bonim and Nitzanim produced an entire day at machaneh through sound effects played on a keyboard by Hayden Vegh.

View photos of the Bo-Nitz oneg to here.

View more photos from the Chotrim oneg here.

View more photos from the Solelim oneg here.

–Marlena Chertock

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