Last week the oldest campers from Camp Morasha, an Orthodox camp in Lakewood, Pennsylvania, went on a field trip to Scranton and launched into a flash mob dance. The kids took over the Mall at Steamtown, joining the growing number of participants in flash mobs around the world as they performed an original dance to the song Magic.
Our favorite part of watching the flash mobs is seeing the surprised faces of shoppers who didn't see the performance coming, and the seemingly random way the dancers come together from different locations and the way they melt into the crowd when the music stops.
We've previously reported on flash mobs in the streets, malls, and beaches of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Rishon LeZion, and St. Petersburg, Russia. We hope you enjoy this one, too.
(A tip of the kippah to Eita Latkin for bringing this video to our attention.)