Uncategorized | May 18, 2007
The 2nd annual Yiddish Food Festival takes place Sunday, May 20, at the Mt. Sinai Synagogue, 2610 Pioneer Avenue, from noon to 5 p.m. The event coincides with American Heritage Month, as proclaimed by Governor Dave Freudenthal. Festivities begin with the blowing of the Shofar, welcome and announcements, Howard Rodack singing “Hatikvah,” and introductions. There will be an abundance of food selections and food will be sold by the shekel–1 shekel equals $1. Debit or credit cards cannot be used, and money must be exchanged at the door. Other activities include talks, presentations, and history about Jewish culture, tours of the synagogue, and performing groups of dancers and musicians.