Due to the rapidly changing situation in the attempt to "Flatten the Curve" for COVID-19, most events are either being postponed or changed to an online version.  For more information : authorluncheon@cogeco.ca.   

*** Should you prefer to convert the cost of your, already purchased, ticket to a donation; a tax receipt will be issued.  You may contact us at authorluncheon@cogeco.ca 


UPDATE - The award-winning author, Terry Fallis, has agreed to speak when we reschedule. In the meantime, we thank you for having offered to purchase an ad in our program book and/or purchase tickets to the event.  More info to follow.

POSTPONED -  Na'amat Hamilton presents the 35th Annual Celebrity Author Luncheon.  Two-time winner of the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour. Terry will read from his latest bestselling novel, Albatross.  Laugh over lunch with Terry Fallis! Starting at noon at the Adas Israel Synagogue, 125 Cline Ave. S, Hamilton. Tickets: $28, $25 students and Seniors, or $30 at the door. Available at Epic Books 226 Locke St. South, Hamilton  To make a donation, click here   

Photographs taken at any virtual or in person event may be used in Na’amat Canada and partner organization print, online publications and on Social Media

Our Chapters


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Our chapter consists now of women of all ages, many with professional careers, many with families in varying stages of life, and all with a dedication to the values and ideals of Na'amat to which they generously volunteer their time and energies.

We meet monthly to discuss and plan our fundraising activities and to enjoy interesting presentations.

Following a successful overnight retreat in 2017, we are planning a similar event on the spring of 2019.

Our members are encouraged to bring guests (for free). We are always open to new members who live in the greater Hamilton area. For more information contact Hamilton.info@naamat.com

President's Message


Na’amat Hamilton’s chapter, Club Nitzan, was established in 1981. We’re honoured to continue the legacy of the founders as current co-presidents.

The goals and achievements of Na’amat Israel are truly amazing, and the more we learn about the 90 years of our movement, the more we feel a sense of pride and belonging.

Our chapter is unique and consists of a group of women ranging in age from mid-twenty to mid-eighty. Our longstanding members are welcoming and nurturing while our newer members keep the group dynamic and active. We now have over 50 members and we welcome new members – whether you’re a Hamiltonian or new to the city.

Led by an excellent program committee, we enjoy stimulating monthly meetings. Presentations cover a broad range of topics such as Judaism, culture, women’s health and women’s issues.

The strength of our group is demonstrated with our major fundraising events – our well established Na’amat Annual Celebrity Author Luncheon, this year our 33rd.

We want to thank all our wonderful members for their dedication to Na’amat and for making Nitzan the great chapter that it is.

Tiki Levgoren Ronit Mesterman, Julia Kollek (left to right in the picture)
Co-Presidents Na'amat Canada Hamilton