Some Americans think of Christmas as a secular or cultural holiday, although most recognize the religious significance of the holiday. Since it is one of the most religious days of the year for Christians, most Jewish people don't celebrate Christmas. However, we do admire the beautiful trees and decorations and the idea of spending time with family and exchanging gifts.
So if you are Jewish and don't celebrate Christmas, then what is there to do on December 25? Here are some ideas for Jewish families:
And, of course, we saved the best idea for last. You can take your family to J Fest for a day of spectacular fun, food, and entertainment! Attendees can experience the magic of Jay Mattioli, who electrified the nation and awed the judges, during his appearance on NBC’s #1 hit show “AMERICA’S GOT TALENT,” where he was selected as a Quarter Finalist! In addition, children can come dressed up as their favorite character and join us for a “Frozen” Sing Along. There will also be kosher food available for purchase, a moon bounce, arts and crafts, face painting, a community service and more. And, of course, everyone is welcome!
Following J Fest, enjoy a free screening of The Frisco Kid Join us for the screening of this hilarious 1979 comedy/western starring Gene Wilder and Harrison Ford. Plot: A Polish rabbi wanders through the Old West on his way to lead a synagogue in San Francisco. On the way he is nearly burnt at the stake by Indians and almost killed by outlaws! Please see this flier and visit our website for more details.