Shaon Horef: Monday night madness

Step out this winter and enjoy Jerusalem's annual Shaon Horef festival, otherwise known as winter madness.

February 13, 2012 14:52
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Winter madness

Winter madness. (photo credit: Amos Freidlin)


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Shaon Horef is a fun and lively succession of cultural events to warm things up in Jerusalem every Monday in the month of February. Organized by the Youth Authority of the Jerusalem Municipality, the activities take place in different and vibrant parts of Jerusalem each week. Events feature video, music, art, cooking workshops, lectures, discounts at restaurants and bars and more.

Tonight, the activities continue in downtown Jerusalem on the following streets: Shushan, Koresh, Jaffa, Yanai, Ben Shetach, Shlomtzion and Ben Sira. Next week’s activities take place on Havatzelet, Jaffa, Heleni HaMalka, Aristobulus, Horkenus, Rivlin, Yosef Donas and Yoel Moshe Salomon Streets. The final week’s activities take place in beautiful Rechavia on Aza, Ben Maymon, Ha’Ari, Balfour, Metudela, Radak and Abarbanel Streets.

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