For Miriam Felicia Lindberg’s 40th Yorzeit on Friday, 16 October, Family & Friends gathered at the Modiin Memorial Forest where 1000 trees are planted in her memory. A KKL representative talked about the forests and there were kids activities, poetry and music in nature.

there was Live music with guitarist and Harpist Shalev ben Yaakob.

Below is a Facebook link to the general program, and we will have a nice line up of musicians, dancer, poets and more.

Event Schedule

On 17 October, 2015/Dalet be Cheshvan, there was a special Kiddush in Honor of Miriam Felicia who passed away 40 years ago in Sweden at the Beit Knesset of Beit HaRav Kuk, which was the first Chief Rabbi of Israel.

There was a Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat morning tefilla, with the amazing singing and prayers of Nachman Solomon.

Categories: Memorials

Lindberg Memorial Peace Foundation

The Lindberg Peace Foundation encourages innovative poetic compositions and organizes international Poetry for Peace Competitions that grants awards to gifted, yet unpublished poets. The Foundation publishes the writings of Gustawa Stendig-Lindberg and Miriam Felicia Lindberg and focuses on developing all-inclusive programs for Peace.