Deli Days: Idaho's Jewish Festival 

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Kelsey Hawes


As Walter Sobchak says in The Big Lebowski, Judaism represents "2,000 years of beautiful tradition, from Moses to Sandy Koufax." A big part of that tradition is available during Deli Days: Idaho's Jewish Festival. Now in its 30th year, Deli Days returns with Kosher items shipped from the Bronx, including corned beef, pastrami, bagels, lox, knishes, sauerkraut, desserts and more.

Music will be provided by The Moody Jews, Fleet Street Klezmer Band, Seattle-based Josh Niehaus and Chava Mirel and more. No DD:IJF would be complete without a tour of the magnificent synagogue, built in 1896 and believed to be the oldest Jewish temple west of the Mississippi River to continuously host a congregation.

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