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Chabad of the Shoreline -  Events 2018
 
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Sunday August 6, 2017, 12-5 PM, on the Guilford Green. Free admission. Food, crafts, and vendor items.

 
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The 13th annual Shoreline Jewish Festival will take place Sunday, August 5, 2018,  from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM on the Guilford Green. The festival features various styles of Jewish music, traditional and Israeli fair food (all kosher), an art and book sale, and children’s crafts and activities. This year’s musical lineup features East Rock Klezmer, White Shabbos, and Rocky and the Goldstein.
 
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"The festival celebrates Jewish life and living," explains Rabbi Yossi Yaffe, director of Chabad of the Shoreline and coordinator of the event. "The music, the food, the entertainment--people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy it and have come to regard it as a Shoreline summer tradition."
 
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East Rock Klezmer plays a rich musical mix of blues and jazz, bringing to life the authentic "old-world" Jewish sound of clarinet, accordion, and fiddle. Their music laughs and cries, dances and dives to reach the heart and soul of the audience. Jewish culture, prayer and long history find expression in the timeless melodies of this local group.White Shabbos presents a unique combo of Jewish/biblical lyrics and bluegrass, rockabilly music. For the young—and the young at heart—White Shabbos leads an interactive sing-along show that is guaranteed to get everyone up on their feet and dancing. Rocky and the Goldstein is a Brooklyn-based band that blends age-old chassidic melodies with American folk rock. Their performance is a heartwarming and soulful experience that weaves together original song and masterful storytelling.


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All-Day Festival Activities 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Artists and artisans will be selling a variety of Judaica, jewelry, art and unique Israeli products. Books, videos and games of Jewish interest will be available for sale. Festival-goers will be able to choose from delicious kosher fair favorites. Kids will enjoy inflatable slides, obstacle course and a variety of Jewish-themed arts and crafts projects. All day Jewish music, kosher food, art & book sale, entertainment, children’s crafts & inflatables, and jewelry & craft vendors! Free admission. Food, crafts, and vendor items are for sale.

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Chabad of the Shoreline is dedicated to helping Jews connect to their heritage through study, innovative programs and communal events. Chabad also reaches out to those in need of spiritual or material assistance.
 
 

Guilford is conveniently located between exists 57 and 59 on I-95. Traveling time from either New York City or Boston is about two hours. 

Interstate 95 (I-95) Northbound:  Exit 57 - turn right at the end of ramp. Follow Route 1 to Route 77 (Church Street). Turn right and proceed one block to the North side of the Town Green. Exit 58 - turn right at end of ramp. Follow Route 77 (Church Street) straight to the North side of the Town Green.

Interstate 95 (I-95) Southbound: Exit 57 - turn left at end of ramp. Follow Route 1 to Route 77 (Church Street). Turn right and proceed one block to the North side of Town Green. Exit 58 - turn left at end of ramp. Follow Route 77 (Church Street) straight to the North side of Town Green.

Interstate 95 (I-95) North and Southbound: Exit 59 - turn right at end of ramp and another right onto Route 1. Follow to Route 77 (Church Street) and turn left. Follow to North side of Town Green. Exit 59 alternate - Northbound and Southbound turn right at end of ramp and cross Route 1 to the next intersection. Turn right onto Boston Street and follow to the South side of Town Green.
 
 
For more information, visit www.shorelinejewishfestival.com. Artists can reserve a booth for the day for a fee of $85.To help sponsor this unique event, or to reserve a booth, please contact Rabbi Yaffe at (203) 453-5580 or at chabad@snet.net.
 
 
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