Fall Festival of the Arts to feature 31 local artists and kosher food truck
On Sunday, October 8, artists of various mediums will present and sell their work in the Fall Festival of the Arts at Temple Shomer Emunim from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. All artists are Jewish, but their work is not all Jewish in nature. Media on display for sale will include jewelry; glass jewelry; blown, fused, slumped, and kiln-fired glass; acrylic and graphite paint; needle felted fairy houses; 3D framed digital collage art; photography; pottery; graphic art prints; pen, pencil, wood, and paint prints; touchable art; eco-printed scarves; felted wool mittens; knit wear; paper cuts; copper enamels; hardwood kitchen wares; and more. Most artists accept cash or check. Some accept credit cards.
Kids Korner (sponsored by PJ Library® and Gary and Andrea Delman Family Foundation) from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. includes bounce houses, pumpkin decorating, and a pumpkin carving demonstration.
An auction will take place at the Art Show. Tickets will be sold for the auction and, in honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, all proceeds will go directly to The Victory Center to help support their mission of providing non-medical services at no charge to cancer patients and to support and deliver hope to cancer patients, survivors, and those closest to them.
In addition, Milt's BBQ For the Perplexed kosher food truck is rolling in from Chicago to offer food fit for both meat eaters and vegetarians.
The Fall Festival of the Arts is sponsored by Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo, Toledo Jewish Community Foundation, Huntington Bank, and Telesystem.
For more information, contact Hallie Freed at 419-724-0362 or Hallie@JewishToledo.org.