Sukkot 2012 activities
Shana Tova, Chag Sameach, and Moadim l’Simcha!
I am back after a several week hiatus- I hope your holiday shopping wasn’t too painful.
For those of you who don’t know me, I am a full-time working mom and studying full time for a master’s degree. I had a lot of work due right before the chagim, so I defined burning the candle at both ends. Since I am off from work for the holidays, I will try and catch up, especially with the news, so keep tuned!
Although it is slightly off topic, here is a list of links to Sukkot activities:
- Kuponim Sarit has a pretty extensive list in Hebrew of activities with coupons.
- Mishkefet has several interesting tours for chol hamoed at reasonable prices.
- Kinderland has a list of activities and coupons for various activities and sites (Hebrew).
- Babetov has a coupon for discount tickets for Chavat Etgarim in Ramat Hasharon- 115 shekels for four people.
- Haganat HaTeva (SPNI) has several activities for chol hamoed for a fee.
- Reshut HaTeva also has a lot going on as usual.
- Deborah Dickson wrote on KidsLoveIsrael.com and in The Times of Israel about free/low priced activities- in ENGLISH. Kids Love Israel also has coupons for many sites.
- Israel Kids also has lists of activities for the Sharon/Center/North and Jerusalem/Tel Aviv/South in ENGLISH.
- Cellcom has created an iPad Center on Dizengoff Center in Tel Aviv. Entrance is free.
- Festival Sukkot Olami is sponsored by the Ministry of Public Diplomacy & Diaspora Affairs. The festivities take place in Ashdod and Netanya. Entrance is free.
- Namal Tel Aviv is sponsoring Italy Week with food, activities, and other fun activities. Entrance is free. NOTE: I do not know the kashrut status of the food!
- It may be too late, but Leket Israel will be picking peppers, tomatoes, and cucumbers Tuesday, October 2 from 10-14.
- Follow the milk trail with activities, tiyulim, and tastings.
- Ikea free activities:
- Gan Garoo coupon for October:
I started writing this post intending to list the free sites that Bank HaPoalim is sponsoring, but apparently they aren’t doing it this holiday. Let’s hope it returns next Pesach!