The Greenville Jewish Federation will host a community Shabbat dinner Nov. 3 in downtown Greenville.
Running from 5:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., the dinner will give guests a chance to learn about the Shabbat tradition as they listen to Israeli music and hear from historian and scholar Elliott McCarty. Chef360 will create the event’s Parve menu, which will feature:
- Israeli salad
- Matza ball soup
- Honey baked chicken breast slices
- Baked salmon
- Egg noodle kugel
- Challah bread baked and braided by Project Host
“This Shabbat dinner is about togetherness,” said Courtney Tessler, CEO of The Greenville Jewish Federation. “To open our tables to new and old friends, to celebrate Yiddishkeit (Jewishness), to raise our glasses, and tell our story.”
Admission is $18 per child and $36 per adult. Diners may also choose a Kosher menu. The event’s location will be disclosed on tickets.
For more information, visit greenvillejewishfederation.ticketspice.com/community-shabbat-dinner.