It was a day of culture and feasting at the Jewish feastival today.
Almost two thousand Jews and non-jews came out to the tri city Jewish center to get a taste of Judaism. People got to eat the 100 percent kosher food, tour the cemeteries, and check out the 76 year old congregation.
"A lot of people come here for the food, because of the fact they like the corn beef, things you can only get in the big cities, corn, brisket sandwich, salami, some regional delicacies and baked goods," says Mike Weindruch, Co-Chair, Feastival.
This year was the first year they had everyone inside.