Temple Kol Emeth wants to celebrate the end of summer with all of their East Cobb friends, so we’re throwing a party Labor Day weekend: the Fifth Annual Nibble & Noshfest. The non-stop fun runs August 31 and September 1 in the parking lot of Temple Kol Emeth.
- It’s a children’s fair. We’ll have inflatables, games, and face painting to keep the kids happy for hours!
- It’s a music festival. We’ll have entertainers galore from those who are young and those who are young at heart!
- It’s a crafts show. If you are looking for that perfect gift or something for yourself, our vendors will be selling something you can treasure. Lots of your local favorites will be on hand selling jewelry, art, photography, and much more.
- It’s a religious education. Nibble & Noshfest is your chance to learn everything you always wanted to know about Judaism in East Cobb, but were afraid to ask. Take tours of our sanctuary and learn the mystical meaning of the architecture. Rabbi Steven Lebow and Rabbi Erin Box will be on hand much of the time to offer insights into our beliefs, our congregation, and our place in the community. Outside, you’ll find booths with information about Temple Kol Emeth and other wonderful community organizations.
- It’s a night of Desserts, Drinks, and Drama. Nibble & Noshfest is too exciting to be limited to the daylight, so we’ll kickoff the weekend on Saturday, August 30 with an evening of mystery theatre featuring the Laughing Matters Improv Troupe. It’s the classic case of “Who Dun It?”
Noshfest style! The event begins at 8:00pm and tickets are available on www.noshfest.com. Of course, best of all, Nibble & Noshfest is about the nibbling and the noshing—that is, the food. Imagine Taste of East Cobb with a bit of a Jewish/ethnic flair, and you’ll get the picture. More than a dozen great eateries will offer food in sample-size portions for $1 to $4 each.
Nibble & Noshfest runs from 11am to 7pm on Sunday, August 31. The fun continues from 11am to 4pm on Monday, September 1. Admission is two canned goods that will be donated to Must Ministries Feed the Hungry Program. Have a nosh and share a nosh, what a great combination!
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Temple Kol Emeth is located at 1415 Old Canton Road in Marietta/East Cobb 30062 at the intersection of Old Canton and Sewell Mill Road. For more information about Nibble & Noshfest, please visit the festival website at www.noshfest.com.