Got a craving for ‘real’ pastrami and corned beef sandwiches on rye, homemade matzoh ball soup, mouth-watering blintz’s, potato knishes, kugel or just a good kosher hot dog topped off with a Dr. Browns cream soda? Over 20 mouth-watering traditional homemade Jewish foods are offered for sale. Entertainment includes Israeli dancing, a Klezmer band, singing and Jewish musical groups for all ages. Many Jewish and community non-profit booths provide interactive educational opportunities to learn about Jewish heritage and culture in Western North Carolina. You can satisfy your Chanukah and holiday shopping needs at the various crafters and vendors highlighting Judaica and Israeli Jewish art and gift items. The event is free and open to the public. All foods are available for sale through the purchase of tickets.