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2018 Blintzapalooza

Our 30th Annual Blintzapalooza is on Sunday, March 18th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. All are welcome! This event is open to the public. Cash and check only. No RSVP required. Please join us for this amazing fundraising event!

Blintzapalooza is TBH’s beloved annual community fundraiser. Each year, thousands of people come through the temple doors to purchase bagels, blintzes, and books. Usually on the last Sunday in March, Blintzapalooza is one of the ways that TBH fulfills the Jewish value of tzedakah, or charitable giving. Through tzedakah we work to create justice and fairness in our world and make Olympia a better place for all who live here.

Date: Sunday, March 18, 2018
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Temple Beth Hatfiloh, 201 8th Ave. SE, Olympia, WA 98502
Details:
Join us for bagels, blintzes and books! Frozen blintzes will be available for purchase to take home. This is a cash-or-check only event.

All of the proceeds from the event benefit local nonprofit organizations. Since 1988, you have helped raise approximately $150,000 for nearly 50 projects and programs at 30 different local organizations doing good work in our community. 

To commemorate the 30th anniversary, our event will feature a bagel bake off! Anyone is welcome to enter. Bring your home made bagels (at least four to sample) to TBH on Sunday, March 18th around 10:30 am. Bagel judging will beging around 11 am.

 

This year the proceeds will benefit the three local organizations listed below.


Bridge Music Project pairs creative music professionals with youth, especially traumatized youth, and through mentoring them in song writing, equips them with tools for self-expression and understanding that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives. It has proven very successful both in its human care mission and its creative one.

 

The Olympia Free Clinic provides medical care, specialty clinics and mental health services at NO COST to adults who are underinsured and uninsured. This includes homeless as well as low income persons.

 

Concern For Animals assists those struggling financially with pets in need of food, medical care and spay/neuter procedures. For many homeless, their pet is their only loving relationship and pets keep them tethered to some piece of sanity in a frightening world. This organization helps keep these animals fed and healthy.

 

 

Wed, December 19 2018 11 Tevet 5779