Sun., March 8, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Food & Drink
Held every year since 1941, it’s safe to say that Spokane’s Temple Beth Shalom has truly perfected its annual kosher dinner. A tradition for Spokane’s Jewish community, the dinner was first held as a gathering during a less hospitable period of war, and followed the cultural use of meals to celebrate making it through difficult times. Open to citizens of any and all backgrounds, religions and cultures, past dinners have brought immense amounts of food, joy and laughter to more than 2,000 people throughout the course of the daylong event. No matter if it’s the brisket and tzimmes (a dish of warm, honey-sweetened carrots) or the overwhelming sense of community that draws you in, this experience only happens once a year.
Sun, March 8, from 11 am-6 pm • $7-$14 • Temple Beth Shalom • 1322 E. 30th • spokanetbs.org • 747-3304