Jewish Food Faire

 

Celebrating Jewish Cuisine, Culture and Connections: From Generation to Generation
 

In 1978, a group of CBS members thought it would be a great venture to celebrete traditional jewish food with the greater Sacramento community. Some 40 years later, the Food Faire is where we continue to celebrate Jewish cuisine, culture and community connections. This family-friendly community event features delicious, traditional foods, hard to find specialty items, live entertainment, a children’s play area, arts & crafts vendors and community resources. Visit the Sacramento Jewish Food Faire website for information and to place your pre-orders.

TRADITIONAL and SPECIALTY FOODS!    
Enjoy breakfast specialties, corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, chopped liver, bagels and lox, latkes, falafel, cabbage rolls, noodle kugel, matzo ball soup, falafel, blintzes and our newest items – homemade hummus and Israeli pickled vegetables.

Homemade and imported baked goods include rugellah, hamentashen, strudel, noodle kugel, schnekken, macaroons and much more!

Specialty items, such as round challah, Jewish rye, honey cakes, and babka are from many famous delis bakeries – including Solomon’s Delicatessen, The Upper Crust Baking Co., and Farmer’s Delicatessen & Bakery, and Saul’s in Berkeley.

SPECIAL ITEMS AND GIFTS FOR A SWEET NEW YEAR!
“From Generation to Generation” tote bags, aprons and many unique bakery goods and gifts – especially for the upcoming Jewish High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur – will be available

USED BOOKS, VIDEOS, GAMES AND ART SALE
Back by popular demand – bargains galore – more than before!

ACTIVITIES and ENTERTAINMENT
The day is filled with live music, DJ favorites, dance activities and performances from CBS and talented local musicians – sing along, dance and listen to traditional and modern Jewish and contemporary music

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS & RESOURCES
Learn more about Congregation Beth Shalom – meet our Rabbi and staff; connect with the Jewish Genealogy Society about your ancestry; enjoy art activities with the Shalom School team. 

BLOOD SOURCE BLOOD DRIVE
Give blood, save a life. For an appointment or information contact Linda at 916-944-2393 or Gayle at 916-453-3042. Blood Source will be on the East Driveway from 10am to 2pm

Come for the food, pick up items to take home and gifts for the Holidays, browse the unique vendors, stay for the entertainment and enjoy a fun, delicious and unique community event!

For information about the annual Sacramento Jewish Food Faire, click here.