Seeing purple

Yoga, children's activities and alternative medicine seminars will be among the programs offered at the Sagol Meditation and Love Festival.

By NATHAN BURSTEIN
October 17, 2005 07:35
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Yoga, children's activities and alternative medicine seminars will be among the programs offered at the Sagol Meditation and Love Festival, taking place over Sukkot at Club Achziv. Musical performances and lectures will also be offered at the purple-themed event, which will be held for the eleventh time Oct.23-25. Tickets to the three-day festival cost NIS 250 at the gate but can be purchased for NIS 220 by ordering in advance at (08) 9933960/50 or at the festival's website, www.sagol.org.

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