19th Annual Jewish Festival of Santa Barbara

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Santa Jerusalem May 21st, 2006
Fun for all, young and old

Santa Barbara's 20th Annual Jewish Festival 2006 

Experience the rich traditions and culture of the Jewish people at the 20th Annual Santa Barbara Jewish Festival. Enjoy an afternoon filled with dance, food, crafts, art,  information and the sights and sounds of our joyous culture.

Save the Date: Sunday, May 21st, 2006, 11 am to 5 pm at Oak Park. Admission and parking are free.

Tikkun OlumPark Haverim 

Children will be captivated by Park Haverim, the all-day kids' activity area complete with rock climbing wall, moon bounce, games, races, face painting, crafts, and other activities that give a flavor of the annual summer day camp, CAMP HAVERIM.

Become a Sponsor

From volunteering, to sponsoring, to having your own exhibit, there are many opportunities to become involved in the festival. Follow the links above to see where you can help. GO THERE

Master of Ceremonies

Every year a local celebrity is selected as our festival Master-of-Ceremonies. The MC will launch a full day of engaging
entertainment on two stages, including Israeli dancing, musical talents, several special guest speakers, story telling, a prize drawing, and more. On the grounds spanning the stages you will find a delightful selection of foods, unique crafts, games, and the always popular previously-owned book sale. 


Experience a day full of the sights, sounds, and delights of the Jewish culture.

Guest Speakers -
Lois Capps

Lois Capps

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The Santa Barbara Jewish Festival is sponsored by the Santa Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara, the Forest Foundation, and B'nai B'rith.

Ye' Big Book Sale
BooksaleMake room for those new books that you will get at the festival by donating your already read books to the Jewish Federation for their book sale. Every book helps. Please bring them by the Jewish Community center, 524 Chapala Street.
  Getting to Oak Park
The festival takes place within the idyllic setting of Oak Park, so named for it's splendid canopy of California Live Oak trees.  Follow the "getting there" link above to find a map, directions, and bus schedule to get to this event. There is always lots of free parking.

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