Maarag is a nonprofit organization and a café-restaurant in Kfar Vradim that hosts workshops for people with special needs and helps them to create art products in an accepting and immersive community.
Tour revenue will be invested in raising awareness about and encouraging the acceptance and involvement of people with special needs in the community and workforce.
Adults, Children, Families, Youth, People with disabilities
Tour takes place rain or shine (tour itinerary might be modified in case of inclement weather)
Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)
15 to 60
When you arrive at Maarag, you will be greeted by one of the team members and given an overview of the importance of this beautiful café-restaurant. Immerse yourself in Maarag, and see the equal and daily interaction between people with special needs and the “normative population.” Tour Maarag’s workshops for a little over an hour, and see the many art products that the members create: necklaces, plates, serving dishes, mobiles for babies, and more. These products are sold at regular prices on the market! Then try your hand at creating one of these products while simulating a disability, using large gloves, special glasses, or other tools. Appreciate the work of the members through this immersive experience. Finally, enjoy a light meal in the wonderful café-restaurant.
Meron St., Kfar Vradim, Kfar Vradim, Israel
At the entrance to Kfar Vradim, keep straight till roundabout number 9. After about 50 meters you will see Maarag on your left.
To offer a social, occupational, and community framework for adults with special needs by creating a community of “reverse involvement,” in which people with special needs are those who “accept” others different from them; and to offer professional training and practice for adults with special needs.
Maarag Center tours – visit the different workshops where our members create a variety of art-products, all hand made
Workshops led by adults with special needs designed to change the way you think about the phrase "special needs"
Maarag café and gallery shop