For the third year, Nibble and Noshfest entices the community with food and entertainment over Labor Day weekend: Sunday, September 2: 11am to 7pm and Monday, September 3: 11am to 4pm. The festival takes place in the parking of lot of Temple Kol Emeth, 1415 Old Canton Road in Marietta/East Cobb.
Nibble and Noshfest (Noshfest, for short) is a two-day festival that provides visitors with a taste of Jewish and other ethnic and traditional foods sold in “sample-size” portions, priced from $1 to $4 – in other words, the premier version of “Taste of . . .” event over Labor Day Weekend!
In addition to the food, there will be a range of entertainment from music to live interactive demonstrations. Scores of artists and craftspeople will be selling their wares in this lively setting. Many Cobb and Atlanta community organizations will be present to provide insight to life in our fabulous city. Tours of the culture-rich Temple Kol Emeth’s sanctuary will be available to all patrons by historians of the congregation and clergy. Children will be wowed by huge jump castles and other great activities.
The festival will be once again taking part in the HAVE A NOSH, SHARE A NOSH program. Visitors are encouraged to bring 2 non-perishable food items that will be donated to MUST MINISTRIES to fight hunger.
And for a great evening, plan on a “nosh and a show.” Enjoy dinner at Noshfest on Sunday and then attend Comedy Night at Noshfest at 7pm. It’s a wonderful event to complement the traditional BBQ’s of Labor Day weekend. For more information about Nibble and Noshfest, visit www.noshfest.com.
(Reprinted from the August 2012 issue of EAST COBBER)