Eco-festival takes Rishon Lezion

Ecological workshops, monsters made of recycled bottles, and newspaper kites will form the core of the festival.

May 21, 2009 09:50


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Ecological workshops, monsters made of recycled bottles, newspaper kites, pinecone dolls, a massive puzzle of the globe, theatrical performances and other green activities will form the core of The Ball is In Our Hands. The two-day festival is being held May 29-30 in Rishon Lezion's Shikma Park. It will run from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and entrance is free; workshops cost extra. For information:

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