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What is the Jewish County Fair?
It is a Party with Food and Entertainment. It is a Celebration of the Fall Harvest - It’s a Jewish County Fair with 3000 friends.Who’s at the Jewish County Fair? Everyone: Musicians, Artists, People Who Love Nature, People of the Book. People Who Dance and Dream. Children, Adults, Families. All Walks of Jewish Life. Those looking to Learn and willing to Share. A Jewish event for Everyone.
What’s Happening At The Fair?
World Class Entertainment Petting Zoo
Carnival Games Climbing Walls
Zip Line Archery
Bungee Trampoline Moonbounces
Hatchet Throwing Cider Making
Outdoor Cooking Nature Crafts
Arts & Crafts Pita Making
Tree Planting "Jamba Jews" Bike Blender
Nature Hikes Face Painting
& Much More!!
Check for updates at www.bigjewishtent.com
Will There Be Food At The Fair?
It is a “Jewish” Fair! Right? Of course, there will plenty of food for purchase including food trucks with glatt kosher options, coffee ( really good coffee!!), espressos, cappuccinos, juices, and noshies like popcorn, cotton candy, snowcones, and more!
Where is the Jewish County Fair?
At the 220 beautiful wooded acres of the Shalom Institute in Malibu - just 45 minutes from both the Valley and the City and 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean:
34342 Mulholland Highway, Malibu, CA 90265
There will be FREE parking at 33525 W. Mulholland Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265 with shuttles to and from the Fair site. At Shalom Institute - limited $10 reserved parking and $20 VIP parking may be available and can be purchased online in advance.
NO PETS PLEASE!
Why do we Need a Jewish County Fair?
Because It Takes A Big Tent To Raise A Community!
What Do We Need?
We are looking for buy-ins from as many community people and organizations as possible. To date over 30 groups have come into the Big Tent. We need you to join us! We also need volunteers for the Fair.
Check out www.bigjewishtent.com for sponsorship and volunteers opportunities!
Please call 818.889.5500 with questions!
The Big Jewish Tent is produced by Shalom Institute
in cooperation wiht CraigNCo