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Liberty, Food, and Justice for All: The 2nd Annual Hazon Philadelphia Jewish Food Festival

Nov 16, 2014 - 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Adath Israel, Merion Station, PA

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Spend your day learning, celebrating, and hands-on doing at the intersection of food, sustainability, and Jewish life.

Join us for the 2nd annual Hazon Philadelphia Jewish Food Festival: Liberty, Food & Justice For All! 

This all-day event will be similar to last year’s, where you can join foodies, farmers, rabbis, beekeepers, restaurateurs, chefs, entrepreneurs, educators, vegans, and omnivores for a full day of DIY workshops, hands-on learning experiences, food demos, marketplace shopping, text study and discussion on:

Local Food • Sustainable Agriculture • Jewish Living • Food Justice

Keynote panel featuring Judy Wicks, local activist, author, and founder of White Dog Cafe, and Nigel Savage, founder of Hazon. In time for the start of the shmita year (the biblical year of agricultural release) and the approach of Thanksgiving, we look forward to topics including rest, renewal, and sustainable agriculture, as well as how to create an environmentally conscious Thanksgiving experience for your family and community.

$36 registration includes all sessions, samples, and delicious kosher lunch provided by Six Points Catering from Citron + Rose. $18 for students and young adults, and $12 for children.

Learn more and get involved:

 

Registration is now open for the  2nd Annual Hazon Philadelphia Jewish Food Festival!

register now

Tickets:

Adult: $36

Student & Young Adult (6-25): $18

Child (0-5), with lunch: $12

Child (0-5), no lunch: Free

Keynote panel featuring Judy Wicks, local author, chef, activist, and founder of White Dog Cage, and Nigel Savage, founder of Hazon

 

Sessions include:

  • DIY Pickling
  • Shmita and the Pre-Agricultural Diet
  • Thanksgiving Turkey Butchering Workshop
  • Faith-based Partnerships to Improve Food Justice in Philadelphia
  • Antibiotics in Agriculture
  • The Eco-Kosher Dollar
  • Partnerships for Sustainable Community Food Systems

…and many more!

 

Click here if you’re interested in being a presenter.

We are incredibly grateful for our sponsors:

Print    food worth  feinstein center

 

 

barber gale   Grow and Behold Foods - RGB (web)   rodeph shalom   RRC color mark   TFT

 

 

GJCjkidphilly   keneseth israel

 

kol ami    LFFC CIRCLE LOGO 2014     nomoo   Gratz_pantone3005U-w_tag

 

Justice Sponsors ($1,000):

Temple University’s Feinstein Center for American Jewish History and the What Is Your Food Worth? project  |  Sun & Earth

 

Venue Sponsor:

Adath Israel

 

Food Sponsors ($500):

Barber Gale  |  Congregation Rodeph Shalom  |  The Food Trust  |  Grow and Behold  |  Reconstructionist Rabbinical College  |  Barber Gale

 

Festival Sponsors ($360):

Congregation Keneseth Israel  |  Congregation Kol Ami  |  Germantown Jewish Center  |  Gratz College  |  jkidphilly  | Kellman Brown Academy |  Nomoo Cookies

 

Festival Partners ($180):

Center City Soft Pretzel Co.  |  Congregation Beth Or  |  Eden Village Camp  |  Farm to City  |  The Fire Works  |  GMO Free PA  |  Jewish Farm School  |  Mekor Habracha  |  Mom’s Organic Market  |  National Museum of American Jewish History  | Ohev Shalom of Wallingford |  Old York Road Temple – Beth Am  |  Sage Financial Group  |  Temple Beth Shalom  |Temple Beth Zion – Beth Israel (BZBI)  |  Tiferet Bet Israel

 

Please consider supporting Liberty, Food, and Justice for All: The 2nd Annual Hazon Philadelphia Jewish Food Festival, helping us to build a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community in the greater Philadelphia area. By sponsoring this event, your company or organization will also enjoy national visibility with Hazon’s e-mail blasts reaching over 10,000 people in the region, as well as a link on this website.

There are five tiers of sponsorship. Benefits include:

Liberty Sponsor, $1,800

  • Full page ad in the program brochure, eight tickets to the Food Festival, Logo placement on Hazon website, program materials, and regional emails reaching over 10,000 Philadelphia-area residents

Justice Sponsor, $1,000

  • Half page ad in the program brochure, Four tickets to the Food Festival, Logo placement on Hazon website, program materials, and regional emails reaching over 10,000 Philadelphia-area residents

Food Sponsor, $500

  • Quarter page ad in the program brochure, Two tickets to the Food Festival, Logo placement on Hazon website, program materials, and regional emails reaching over 10,000 Philadelphia-area residents

Festival Sponsor, $360

  • Two tickets to the Food Festival, Logo placement on Hazon website, program materials, and regional emails reaching over 10,000 Philadelphia-area residents

Festival Partner, $180

  • Listing on Hazon website, program materials, and regional emails reaching over 10,000 Philadelphia-area residents

To register as a sponsor, complete our Sponsor Registration Form (bit.ly/foodfestivalsponsor), or contact phillyfoodfestival@hazon.org with inquiries.

Marketplace

All day at the festival, vendors and organizations show off their wares and spread the word to a crowd of passionate foodies and food-concerned consumers. The marketplace features local purveyors from whom you can taste and purchase local, sustainable food, art and other goodies, as well as local non-profits working on food related issues.

This year’s marketplace vendors will include:

Burning Bush – Kosher Hot Sauce

Challah for Hunger

Grow and Behold – Kosher Pastured Meats

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative

Nomoo Cookies - Dairy-free Kosher Cookies

Peace Advocacy Network – Vegan Pledge Program

Shan Tea – Organic Wellness Teas

Soom Foods - Natural Tahini Products

Do you represent a business or organization that would benefit from intimately interacting with 200+ Jewish influencers, chefs, food activists, writers, industry professionals, and early adapter consumers? You can have a table at our shuk! Fill our the Vendor Registration Form or contact Leah Lazer.

Highlights of the 2013 Food Festival were…

“Getting more connected to Philly food justice issues and how they are being addressed.”

“The lunch was delicious!  The farm stands were great, I got so much great produce!  The keynote speakers were very informative and interesting.”

“Great networking.”

“Making connections with people sharing similar interests.”

 

Because of the 2013 Food Festival…

“I’m meeting with the sustainability office at the college where I work to talk about doing a joint program on Shmita.”

 “I planted the lettuce seeds I got from one of the presenters!”

“I will be paying more attention to GMO food labeling issues, both in the political realm and also in my personal food choices.”

“I’ve told several people what I learned at the text study on Shmita.  And I’m hoping to try canning at least once!”

 

Interested in starting a food festival in your area? Hazon can help!

 

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