Holon's recently opened Museum of Puppet Theater presents the second exhibit in the series "Immigration of the Puppets" showcasing the works of puppeteers who arrived in Israel from around the world. The exhibit, Berlin to Ben Shemen in Noah's Ark, presents finger and string puppets in various biblical roles such as Josef and his brothers, David and Goliath, King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, Noah's Ark, and more. The name of the exhibit is taken from Kata and Albert Bar, who in 1933, emmigrated from Berlin to Ben Shemen, bringing with them their unique style of puppets and rhyming biblical and midrashic stories. Written in German, the stories were later translated to Hebrew. Saturday evening, the museum will feature some of these puppets in an original mini-opera, Noah's Ark. The performance is free, though tickets must be reserved ahead of time. In addition, the museum offers free admission on Wednesday afternoons (4 to 7 p.m.) throughout March in honor of International Puppet Day. Saturay, 7 p.m., Center for Puppet Theater, 13 Remez; call ahead to reserve free tickets: (03) 651-6848.