Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about Jewish holidays, rituals and traditions. During Friday’s festivities, attendees will learn more about the country of Israel. Special activity kits loaded with interactive crafts and projects that share Jewish traditions will also be handed out to the event’s youngest attendees.
During the event, music from Jewish artists will be broadcast to the car radios of attendees.
Since giving back is so important to the mission of Temple Israel, attendees are encouraged to bring an item or two donate to the House of Bread or St. Vincent de Paul.
Festivalgoers will also have the opportunity to win a special prize worth over $500 as a part of the Taste of the Jewish Cultural Festival’s raffle. June’s Date Night in Dayton Package will include gift cards and items from Beavercreek Florist, Butter Cafe, Eye-Mart, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, First Florist, McAlister’s Deli, Rose Music Center at The Heights, Tru by Hilton and Winan’s Chocolates. Raffle tickets are $5 for 1, $10 for 3, $20 for 7 or $40 for 14 and can be purchased by visiting Temple Israel’s website.
Those interested in purchasing 2021 Taste of the Jewish Cultural Festival commemorative gear, like sun catchers, t-shirts and cleaning cloths, can pre-order on Temple Israel’s website and pick up their purchased items at the event.
A new drive-thru event, the Taste of the Jewish Cultural Festival Purim Edition was held on Friday, April 16, 2021 at Temple Israel, located at 130 Riverside Dr. in downtown Dayton. This was the first of three drive-thru events held in lieu of the annual Jewish Cultural Festival, which was canceled for the second straight year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Did we spot you there? TOM GILLIAM/CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER
Credit: Tom Gilliam
Credit: Tom Gilliam
HOW TO GO
What: 2021 Taste of the Jewish Cultural Festival
Where: Temple Israel, 130 Riverside Drive, Dayton
When: Friday, June 11 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
More info: tidayton.org/festival