Jerusalem's Annual Kite Festival

Something for a bit later in the summer.

The 28th Annual Kite Flying Festival will be held at the Israel Museum.

This year's festival will be held in conjunction with the 'Colour Gone Wild' exhibit at the museum.

Tuesday Aug. 20, 2013 from 10:00 - 21:00

Free entrance for children (fees for workshops)

Kite parades, kite making, kite flying experts on hand and at concert at 21:00

Loads of fun for the whole family.

The International Arts and Crafts Festival

Hutzot HaYotzer / The International Arts and Crafts Festival has become a summer staple over the last 38 years.

Located in the Sultan's Pool outside the Old City walls, it is a mixture of crafts, arts, design and performances from across the globe, including some of Israel's biggest names on the main stage.

Pavilions from counties around the world have shows and merchandise to buy.

Israel artisans have stalls with uniquely Israeli fare.

It's food, drink and fun for everyone.

There is so much to do and see for all the family.

Note - I highly recommended purchasing tickets in advance online in order to avoid the huge ticket lines for those who didn't do so.

Aug. 5 - 18, 2013

18:00 - 23:00 Every night

(except Friday when it is closed and Saturday when its open from 21:00 to 24:00)

See you there!!! 

Beer Beer and more Beer

The Jerusalem Beer Festival is being held Aug. 7 & 8 2013 

Over 120 different beers from Israel and across the globe.  There will be many selected beers available which you won't find in stores.

The festival will be held at Independence Park (Gan HaAtzmaut) from 18:00 - 24:00

Entrance is 35 NIS or 30 NIS for Students, Soldiers and those who carry a Jerusalem resident's card.

Note that the beers are not free but rather are available at reduced prices for this special event.

Entrance is limited to those over 18 years of age.

It is highly recommended to come as early as possible.

For more information and to purchase tickets 054-669-0088

Israel Wine Tasting Festival

It's back......the 10th Israel Wine Tasting Festival 2013 at the Israel Museum 

Starting tonight Aug. 5 through Aug. 8 from 19:00 - 23:00

Wines from all over the country, both commercial and boutique wineries are represented.

Music, wine and the Rose sculpture garden; what a way to spend an evening.

Entrance is 85 NIS and includes a wine glass allowing you unlimited tasting from all the wine booths and entrance to the museum.

Food is available, Jacob's Dairy, Sushi and more, at an additional charge.

This year there is an added bonus and you can also visit the special Herod exhibit inside the museum at no extra charge from 17:30.

Tickets are available via the Israel Museum Website or by calling 02-625-9703 

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