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All Day Jewish Food Festival Pre-Orders Open For twenty years, hundreds of people from all around NH (even a few from Massachusetts) have traveled wide and far to enjoy the delectable delights of the TBI Jewish Food Festival. If you can’t get there or want to be sure you don’t miss out on your favorite dishes, online preordering is now available at www.tbinh.org. You don’t have to be a member of TBI, you don’t have to be Jewish, all you need to be is someone who loves good home cooked Jewish foods( blintzes, knishes, stuffed cabbage, pastrami, corned beef, tongue, matzo ball soup, etc.). Ordering is open, all orders are guaranteed to be filled, never any disappointments. Go to www.tbinh.org to see the menu items and place your order. Don’t wait. Ordering closes June 4. Temple B’nai Israel of Laconia opens its preorder process to the general public for the third consecutive year. Preordering takes place online at www.tbinh.org and from April 30th to June 4th. To place preorders and get more information on the foods being offered as well as prices, go to www.tbinh.org. Most major credit cards (see specifics on the site) and PayPal payments are accepted. This preorder process insures availability of the foods people crave in the quantities they desire. .Pick-up for all preorders will be on Saturday, July 8th between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM OR at the Jewish Food Festival on July 9th from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM. All pick-ups will be at Temple B’nai Israel, 210 Court St. in Laconia.
All Day Temple B'nai Israel Food Festiva; Preorder Temple B’nai Israel’s 20th Jewish Food Festival Pre-Order Open from April 30th to June 4th For twenty years, hundreds of people from all around NH (even a few from Massachusetts) have traveled wide and far to enjoy the delectable delights of the TBI Jewish Food Festival. If you can’t get there or want to be sure you don’t miss out on your favorite dishes, online preordering is now available at www.tbinh.org. You don’t have to be a member of TBI, you don’t have to be Jewish, all you need to be is someone who loves good home cooked Jewish foods( blintzes, knishes, stuffed cabbage, pastrami, corned beef, tongue, matzo ball soup, etc.). Ordering is open, all orders are guaranteed to be filled, never any disappointments. Go to www.tbinh.org to see the menu items and place your order. Don’t wait. Ordering closes June 4. Temple B’nai Israel of Laconia opens its preorder process to the general public for the third consecutive year. Preordering takes place online at www.tbinh.org and from April 30th to June 4th. To place preorders and get more information on the foods being offered as well as prices, go to www.tbinh.org. Most major credit cards (see specifics on the site) and PayPal payments are accepted. This preorder process insures availability of the foods people crave in the quantities they desire. .Pick-up for all preorders will be on Saturday, July 8th between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM OR at the Jewish Food Festival on July 9th from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM. All pick-ups will be at Temple B’nai Israel, 210 Court St. in Laconia.
All Day “Spring Trios" Free Concert Come join us on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 12:10pm at Grace Episcopal Church, as the Manchester Community Music School presents the last performance of the 2016-2017 Music’s on the Menu Free Concert Series - “Spring Trios”. MCMS faculty members Elizabeth Blood, piano, Aubrie Dionne, flute, and Mark Latham, violin have come together once again to present a fabulous blend of compositions and composers. The light baroque music of Handel is perfectly balanced with the magical, French romantic music of Gaubert and Ibert. Completing the program is a charming Sarabande and Rigaudon by the contemporary American composer Arthur Foote- famous for being one of the “Boston Six” or otherwise known as the New England Classicists. Wednesday, May 17, 2017 12:10 pm Grace Episcopal Church 106 Lowell St, Manchester, NH Admission - FREE This concert series is co-sponsored by the Manchester Community Music School, and Grace Episcopal Church. Committed to keeping live musical performances thriving in the Manchester Community. For more information about this event or about the Music School visit their website at www.mcmusicschool.org or call the Music School office at 603-644-4548.
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