The Jewish Innovation
Moshav Band, Ari Herstand, Agua Marina Mariachi, Moose (The Kid Rocker Band) , Cantor Michael Stein, Keshet Chaim, Beit T’Shuvah, Kosha Dillz and more.
Canter’s Truck, The Kosher Palate, Mama Tamales and Bibi’s Bakery, DogHaus Dogs
Carnival Games, Turkey Moonbounce, Hanukah Gelt Piñatas, Arts & Crafts, Latke Making, Tree Planting, “Jamba Jews” Bike Blender, Drum Circle, DreidelMania, Tribal Art and more!
Craig n’ Co, B Street Marketing, Jewish Historical Society, ADVOT, Big Jewish Tent, Pico Union.
With Major Support from Israeli American Council
DogHaus Restaurants, JCC Without Walls, Academy for Jewish Religion, West Side Motorcycle Academy, Shalom Institute of Malibu, PJ Library, Theatre Dybbuk, JQ International, Jewlicious, Beyond Bubbie, Jumpstart, IKAR, Shalom House Fine Judaica, Parties by Panache, Sinai Temple, Family Minyan of Sinai Temple, Temple Adat Ari EL, Miller Introduction to Judaism at American Jewish University, Limmud, Dr. Molly, Los Angeles Museum of The Holocaust, Vision Urbana, Mazon, Builders of Jewish Education, Pasadena Jewish Temple, Temple Emanuel, Temple Beth Am, Kosher Kurls, Liza Shtromberg Jewelry, Kwang Yum Congregation, Downtown JCC, Million Trees Los Angeles, Challah Connection, Casa de la cultura Maya, Kosher Kurls, Beit T’Shuva, Temple Aliyah.
Focuses on gratitude and miracles of religious freedom. Connects the Hanukkah story to the Pilgrim story and highlights the individual immigrant story of so many Jewish American families who came to America to escape religious persecution.
Celebrates the protection of religious freedom in America as our basic 1st amendment right and one we give special thanks for on this day at this time.
Reinforces the cultural connection between Thanksgiving and Hanukkah of family gatherings, eating delicious foods from both traditions, and rededicating ourselves to building community.
What Will You Do with the Money?
In line with our t-shirts and Notecards sold on Moderntribe.com, 10% of the proceeds of the festival goes to Mazon, a Jewish Response to Hunger with the rest of it going to fund theatre programming for at risk kids at The Pico Union Project.