What to do on the last day of Hanukka

A few fun ideas for the last day of Hanukka that won’t break the bank.

By MEITAL SHARABI
December 29, 2016 12:34
The port of Caesarea

The port of Caesarea. (photo credit: BOAZ OPPENHEIM)

 
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After trying to keep the kids occupied for a week – performances, attractions, sufganiot, and meals at restaurants, many parents have run out of ideas of what to do with their kids until they go back to school.

Here are a few ideas for fun things to do on the last day of Hanukka that won’t break the bank.

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