Cape Cod Synagogue offers Exciting Kosher Deli Dinner Event

Eat, Dance, Schmooze and Laugh with Authentic Kosher Deli Favorites

Cape Cod Synagogue is holding its 3rd annual “Deli Dinner” on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 6:00pm. The general public is invited to purchase tickets and attend this delicious and entertaining event that includes a special Kosher delicatessen menu including Corned Beef, Pastrami, Turkey, salads, desserts and more.

Entertainment will be provided by Disc Jockey, Tom Tuttle. Interactive fundraising will also go on throughout the evening including the Synagogue’s famous ‘balloon raffle’, and a silent auction producing fabulous prizes.

Radio‐TV host Mark Snyder, who is hosting the balloon raffle for a 3nd year, promises lots of fun, suspense, and a very happy winner. "It's a great game. It goes from 100 contestants down to a dozen in short time. It's fun to watch‐‐‐and even more fun to win!" Snyder is also a columnist for the Sandwich Broadsider.

Don’t miss the excitement! Details on how to attend:

  • Reservations Required: RSVP ahead to the Cape Cod Synagogue at 508‐775‐2988 or email [email protected]
  • Tickets: $18 for Cape Cod Synagogue Members, $25 for non‐members. $10 for children over age 6.
  • When: Saturday, April 1, 2017. Time: 6:00pm
  • Where: Cape Cod Synagogue, 145 Winter Street, Hyannis.

The Cape Cod Synagogue, a Reform Jewish congregation in Hyannis, Massachusetts, is a religious and social community of diverse ages and family structures. We are committed to enriching our lives and the lives of others by attending to the following six principles: worshiping God in a variety of ways that will inspire spiritual fulfillment for every congregant; preserving Jewish cultural, religious and ethical values; providing Jewish education for people of all ages; caring for and responding to the needs of others within the congregation and in the larger community; supporting the State of Israel and the Jewish people everywhere; and, pursuing justice in order to promote peace among diverse peoples in our community and the world.

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