Nosh In Detroit: Michigan Jewish Food Festival

. July 31, 2018.
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Come and experience the melding of food, sustainability, and Jewish culture at the third annual Michigan Jewish Food Festival, which features a market with 28 culinary entrepreneurs, ten food vendors, a kid-friendly area, musical performances, and much more. For those seeking a further enriching experience, visit the Ten Minute Tent for discussion, on a wide range of topics.

Free admission | 11am-4pm | Sun, Aug. 26

Eastern Market Corporation | 2934 Russell St, Detroit hazon.org/calendar

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