Friday, June 19, 2009

Tel Aviv in Central Park

This Sunday, June 21, being Father's Day, Manhattan's Central Park will host our annual Father's Day five-mile race to raise money and awareness for prostate cancer research. It is also the day of the summer solstice and I can't think of a better way to celebrate the longest day of the year. May our lives be filled with bright sunshine, literally and figuratively.
After the race and close to the finish (I doubt if it was planned that way but it's beautiful) Tel-Aviv will be holding a beach party (complete with trucked-in sand) to celebrate its centennial. It runs from 11 AM to 6 PM and will feature live music, backgammon, matkot (Israeli paddleball) and other Israeli beach fare. There will be (ssssh) mixed seating, so you can bring/meet a member of the opposite sex. Come and experience life as it was when we were normal, without the crazy rabbis telling us what to do.


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