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  • June 10, 2012 11:23 am
    Thursday, June 21 and Friday, June 22nd, 11am-8pm.
Deli Days is a Jewish food and cultural festival during June at Ahavath Beth Israel, a Boise synagogue that was built in 1896.
The event is held this upcoming Thursday and Friday from lunchtime until early evening (7 or 8PM), with deli-style and kosher foods, desserts, beverages, and locally grown produce, music from a local band called The Moody Jews and tours of the historic church. You can nosh on everything from kosher-style pastrami and corned-beef sandwiches, pierogis, bagels with lox and cream cheese to a wide array of traditional desserts and breads like challah, kugel and strudel. 
Admission is free to attend, but food is an additional cost.
11 N. Latah, Boise View high resolution

    Thursday, June 21 and Friday, June 22nd, 11am-8pm.

    Deli Days is a Jewish food and cultural festival during June at Ahavath Beth Israel, a Boise synagogue that was built in 1896.

    The event is held this upcoming Thursday and Friday from lunchtime until early evening (7 or 8PM), with deli-style and kosher foods, desserts, beverages, and locally grown produce, music from a local band called The Moody Jews and tours of the historic church. You can nosh on everything from kosher-style pastrami and corned-beef sandwiches, pierogis, bagels with lox and cream cheese to a wide array of traditional desserts and breads like challah, kugel and strudel. 

    Admission is free to attend, but food is an additional cost.

    11 N. Latah, Boise