The sign is part of a series of signs posted by the Raanana Municipality that describe significant places in the history of the place.
The QR code indicates the following link from the Raanana Heritage site: House of Culture, Court and Library
The house was pictured on the day the sign was taken and the sign can be seen in the foreground Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Raanana city emblem
The Fenitz Culture House
[Image: Building used as a cultural home, court and library, 1930s]
Inside the upper courtyard of "Meged " the first Primary School, is a one-story building, erected in the late 1930s, thanks to the contribution of Isaiah Fenitz, a member of the Ahuza A - New York-based company that established the Raanana colony. The building served as a cultural home for the colony, there were "Oneg Shabbat" evenings, lectures and the colony choir rehearsed there. The Magistrates Court, which operated in Raanana from the late 1920s until the establishment of the state, presided over the sentences in this structure as soon as it was established. The court mainly tried minor offenses between man and his friend, complaints of damages and the like. The courtroom had American-style furniture made by the carpenter Israel Bonis. In the morning, the building served as two primary school classrooms and on the northern side of the building was the first public library of the colony. Over the years, the building has undergone many changes and currently serves as the offices of the Raanana Municipality.