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Please see below for frequently asked questions about the biennial Jewish Festival, hosted by the Bucks County Kehillah of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. To return to the main page, click here.

The biennial Jewish Festival will be hosted at the Bucks County Community College on Sunday, June 9, 2024 from 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

No, the festival is free. But vendors will be selling food options as items for purchase. It will be up to each vendor as to whether they accept cash, credit cards or other forms of electronic payment onsite. We suggest bringing both cash and credit cards if you anticipate making purchases.

Follow the event signs to the parking lot and enter the festival at the Linksz Pavilion. The parking lot is directly across the festival entrance. Please enter the festival through the front entrance of the Linksz Pavilion. 

There is an accessible dropoff point at the entrance of the Linksz Pavilion for those with disabilities. If there is a concern about accessible parking special accommodations, please email buckscounty@jewishphilly.org by June 1. Please see more under “Is the festival accessible for people with disabilities?”

The parking lot is directly across the festival entrance. Please enter the festival through the front entrance of the Linksz Pavilion.

ALL bags are subject to search when you enter the venue. There will be an area designated for bag searches at the venue entrance.

Yes. We kindly ask all adults to show their government issued photo IDs at check in.

No. We will not be accepting walk-ins. You must register in advance.

There will be a command center located at the front entrance of the festival. Patrons should go to the command center if they have any issues. Security and Jewish Federation staff will be at the command center.

There will be fire/rescue personnel on scene in the case of an emergency.

Strollers will be allowed into the venue. No bikes or motorized vehicles will be allowed into the venue.

While the festival is free, vendors will be selling food options as items for purchase. It will be up to each vendor as to whether they accept cash, credit cards or other forms of electronic payment onsite. We suggest bringing both cash and credit cards if you anticipate making purchases.

The festival will have various activities and will be taking place inside and outside on a lawn. There are stairs and an elevator available. Please know that there will be a limited number of seats available.

In regards to parking, there is an accessible dropoff point at the entrance of the Linksz Pavilion for those with disabilities. 
If you need special accommodations, please email buckscounty@jewishphilly.org by June 1.

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at the festival. 

Service animals are permitted. To learn more about Bucks County Community College’s service animal policy, please click here.

The festival will take place rain or shine. The festival will be largely outdoors (weather permitting) with some indoor activities. In the case of inclement weather, the festival will be held indoors.

We suggest that you wear comfortable clothes and shoes appropriate for walking and standing on the lawn and cement. Sunscreen and a hat are recommended. If the forecast calls for light rain, we suggest a jacket or umbrella.

Yes. Dietary laws will be observed and all food will be Glatt kosher. For more information, please contact Carrie Matez at buckscounty@jewishphilly.org.

To see the Jewish Federation’s COVID-19 policy, click here.

Please click here to see the Jewish Federation’s terms and conditions. By attending this event, you agree to the Jewish Federation’s terms and conditions.

Yes, we love volunteers! Please click here to submit a volunteer form by May 1, 2024.

If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please click here. Vendor applications are due by May 1, 2024.

Please email Carrie Matez, Community Engagement Specialist, at buckscounty@jewishphilly.org.