Cheap thrills

The newly renovated boardwalk at the old Tel Aviv harbor hosts a series of free outdoor night activities for children and adults this week.

July 12, 2007 12:49
Cheap thrills

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To celebrate the summer season at the revitalized Tel Aviv shore, the newly renovated boardwalk at the old Tel Aviv harbor hosts a series of free outdoor night activities for children and adults, starting this week and continuing for the next two months. Mondays from 6 to 9 p.m. feature happening for children - circus performers, workshops, street theater - at the northern dock. Tuesdays at 9 p.m., free flicks will be projected on a giant screen set up on at the harbor. Wednesdays from 6 to 10 p.m. offer free musical performances on the northern dock by Rimon Music School. Details at Meanwhile, malls are also offering free fun. The Ayalon one in Ramat aims to drawn in the men with a car festival on Tuesday and Wednesday, when they get to view classic car models and play Sony Playstation video games against each other in six locations throughout the shopping center. Also on Tuesday and Wednesday, Merkaz Azrieli offers a jeans festival. Bring your old jeans to the mall, where on-site designes will help infuse them with new style by adding buttons, patches, and other materials.

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