The Community Garden and the Bomb Shelter are the locus for many community activities. The combination of an open and an enclosed space is hospitable to activities for all ages, populations, desires and preferences, and acts as a meeting space for different communities.
Regular work days in the garden - from the end of 2011, the Dvash Group (Gari’in Dvash) has been coordinating the activity in the community garden. The Dvash Group was established by the Society for the Preservation of Nature as one of the National Service groups of young people whose service involves work in the array of community gardens in Jerusalem. The integration of the group into Muslala activities is a prime example of the successful cross-pollination of different forms of community enhancement that Muslala strives for and enables. Neighborhood residents of all ages are welcome to join in and help cultivate the garden while learning and implementing ways to grow food, and gaining familiarity with correct resource utilization and various recycling systems that can be applied at home
Community activities in the garden take place several times a month. Residents and visitors are invited to meet for lectures, screenings, meals and concerts.
Communal Sukkah - for two years now, a new tradition has developed in the garden - the establishment of a communal sukkah.
The sukkah is built by residents and activists, and offers various activities for the duration of the Sukkot holiday. In 2011, the sukkah was built and organized in collaboration with Green Course activists.