ABOUT THE NOSH
Sunday, November 11, 2018
Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim (KKBE) announces inaugural Lowcountry Nosh: Charleston Jewish Food & Heritage Festival
Lowcountry Nosh 2016
Charleston Jewish Food & Heritage Festival which will be held at 90 Hasell Street on Sunday, November 11, 2018 from NOON – 4 pm to coincide with 2nd Sunday on King Street (www.secondsundayonkingstreet.com).
This festive event will feature a variety of traditional Jewish foods including corned beef, chopped liver, “imported” bagels, knishes, rolled cabbage prepared by the Temple Sisterhood and irresistible Jewish sweets. Activities for children, tours of KKBE’s historic property and live entertainment will also be provided. Tickets will be sold to purchase food and enjoy activities. An outdoor stage will feature a mix of local artists.
Founded in 1749, Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim has been a part of the Charleston fabric for over 266 years. KKBE’s first sanctuary was destroyed by the great fire of 1838. The current sanctuary built in 1840 is considered one of the finest examples of Greek revival architecture. It is the second oldest synagogue building in the United States and the oldest in continuous use.
To learn more about
KKBE and Lowcountry Nosh,
visit www.kkbe.org or contact:
843-723-1090 ext. 105.
Please visit our Lowcountry Nosh
event page on Facebook
for more highlights.