Atlanta Jewish Life Festival Moved to February 27
Editor and Managing Publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times Kaylene Ladinsky joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to discuss the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival. Ladinsky joins radio show host Carol Morgan for the Around Atlanta segment.
Since 2011, Ladinsky has worn many hats at the Atlanta Jewish Times, from writer, associate publisher and business manager to her current roles as editor and managing publisher. She is a recipient of multiple Simon Rockower awards and currently serves as an executive board member of the American Jewish Press Association as well as a member of the National Newspaper Association.
Producer of the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival, Ladinsky shared the event’s purpose is to celebrate the Atlanta Jewish community. With a new date on February 27, the event is open to everyone and takes place at the Georgia Aquarium, showcasing live music, entertainment and nosh! Each ticket also includes all-day access to the aquarium’s exhibits.
NOTE DATE CHANGE: February 27, 2022
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Ladinsky said, “We want our community to support us as a diverse part of Atlanta as a whole.”
This year’s event features new caterers showcasing delicious Israeli and Jewish food that pairs perfectly with the aquarium’s brand-new exhibit, SHARKS! Predators of the Deep. Additional entertainment apart from live music from Rabbi Jake, the Atlanta Jewish Boys Choir and Hannah Zale provides more interaction and encourages conversation within the community. Each festival attendee will walk away with plenty of swag and free goodies courtesy of event sponsors and vendors.
The Atlanta Jewish Life Festival is known for its “Nosh Pit,” where attendees can explore a wide array of delicious food options. Participating food vendors include Toco Grill, Keith’s Corner Barbecue, Cotton Cravings, EB Catering Co. and more. All food options are registered Kosher.
Ladinsky shares that the festival is limiting the number of organizations participating in order to keep the event safe and socially distanced for visitors. Guests can also expect big-name surprise speakers to top off the already exciting lineup!
Ladinsky said, “You’re having so much fun you lose track of time!”
The Atlanta Jewish Life Festival is sponsored by The Marcus Foundation, The Georgia Aquarium, Balloons Over Atlanta, the Morris Family Foundation and more incredible sponsors.
Tune in to the full interview above to learn more about the Atlanta Jewish Life Festival and get tips for first-time visitors from Ladinsky. Visit www.AtlantaJewishLifeFestival.com to purchase tickets. Tickets start at $8 for children and $22 for adults.
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