If you can't make it to Jerusalem for Israel Festival events, you and the children can take in some of the same shows at the Holon Mediatheque. Cookin' is a marvelously crazy percussion show from Korea in which the chefs use everything in sight - from knives to brooms - to prepare a Korean meal that they share with the audience (Jerusalem, June 5 and 6; Holon, June 12-14). Karbido from Poland features the only musicians in the world playing on a table (Jerusalem, June 13 and 14; Holon June 11), while the Licidei clown theater from Russia offers a very, very dysfunctional Family (Jerusalem, June 14 and 15; Holon, June 16 and 17), and Amazuzu, the world's largest kaleidoscope/interactive maze will be set up in the Mediatheque plaza from June 6 to 21. Local shows include director Ido Riklin's version of the classic Emil and the Detectives (Jerusalem, June 5; Holon, June 4), and Moonless Night about a little girl looking for the moon, by Moriah Zarhiya (Jerusalem, June 4; Holon, June 18). There will also be free shows at the Mediatheque and Jerusalem Theater plazas.