International Cultural Centre for Youth
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International Cultural Centre for Youth information
The ICCY building hosts folk dancing on Tuesdays (25NIS) from 6pm to midnight. It’s not a performance; it’s local families coming to dance, and you can join in (an instructor is available at the beginning of the session). Thursday is an all-ages dance party, where the DJ spins everything from ‘Superfly’ to the theme from Pee Wee’s Big Adventure . Participants form conga lines, as well as dancing the tango, the hora and any other possible dance formation. While it sounds a little bizarre, its actually good fun and one cultural event not to be missed. There are dances most nights of the week but you might want to call ahead to ask what’s on (Tel 052 860 8084).