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Friedman Family Foundation Presents the Jewish Food & Culture Fest featuring the When Pigs Fly Kosher BBQ Cook-Off

May 5, 2019 From 11AM-3PM

For the second year, the Jewish Food Festival and the When Pigs Fly Kosher BBQ Cook-Off are coming together for a community-wide event. This year is made even more special as we celebrate the 71st Anniversary of the birth of Israel.

This event will foster an appreciation for Jewish culture and traditions, and bring together the broader Jewish community in a single, powerful effort. Jews and friends of the Jewish community from across Birmingham will come together to enjoy a fun-filled day of delicious food, friendly competition, musical entertainment, and educational activities for all ages.

This event is free and open to the public. Food will be available for purchase. Join us for this community-wide celebration! Sponsorship opportunities are available. As a sponsor, you and your organization can be a vital part of a Birmingham tradition. Sponsors will receive excellent publicity and perks.

Proceeds from the Friedman Family Foundation Jewish Food and Culture Fest featuring the When Pigs Fly Kosher BBQ Cook-Off will benefit the Birmingham Jewish Federation, Levite Jewish Community Center, Temple Beth-El, Temple Emanu-El, Chabad of Alabama, N E Miles Jewish Day School and Knesseth Israel, all of which are 501(c)3 organizations.

For more information on the Jewish Food & Culture Fest, contact Dan Tourtellotte at dt@bhamjcc.org or Priscilla Denard at pdenard@bhamjcc.org.

Thank you to our Entertainment Stage Sponsor, Total Skin & Beauty Dermatology Center!

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Thank you to our Kid’s Zone sponsor, Standard Iron & Metal, Inc.

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Featured Member

Julian Brook

Member since 1964

I learned to swim at a very early age at the old YMHA and spent much of my teens at the JCC – AZA, day camp counselor, Center Players, more. The Center has always been there and a part of my life.

The LJCC is funded in part by the Birmingham Jewish Federation, the Birmingham Jewish Foundation and the United Way of Central Alabama.

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