If you're looking for a quiet Purim, you'd do best to steer well clear of downtown Holon on Sunday... not to mention Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Ashdod, Jerusalem and other cities across the country. The annual Adloyada parades and festivities will most certainly be stopping traffic. The Holon Adloyada carnival on Sunday begins at noon and marches from Rehov Sokolow along Weizmann to City Hall. A dance party will take place along with performances, circus shows, fireworks and more. This year, Adloyada bears an international theme called "States and Nations." Nearly 4,500 participants from Israel and abroad will have a chance to learn about other nations and traditions. Tel Aviv's traditional Adloyada in the Hatikva neighborhood will take place on Sunday from 1:30 p.m. Students from the Yoram Levinstein Acting School, together with local theater groups, will orchestrate this year's parade, ending at a central stage with performances. One day prior, another Adloyada will be held at 1 p.m. in Ramat Aviv. Herzliya will also host an Adloyada with a Purim happening between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Friday at the Nahalat Ada Community Center. Sunday at 10 a.m. there will also be a "Purimon" for the whole family at Neveh Yisrael Community Center. Games and sporting events will be available for grades 3-6. For information on further events on Sunday, visit www.herzliya.muni.il. Information on other Adloyadas can be found on most municipal Web sites.