Reminder: Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival on Eldridge

Posted on: June 6th, 2010 at 10:00 am by

This afternoon is the 10th annual Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival on Eldridge Street, between Canal and Division.  The event begins at noon and runs until 4 pm.

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Per the website:

The Museum at Eldridge Street’s annual Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival celebrates the cultural contributions and traditions of the Chinese and Eastern European Jewish communities in America. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Museum’s signature event and it is sure to be the biggest, best and most egg-cellent ever! Chinese and Jewish musicians, dancers, folk artists, language teachers and food presenters will share their traditions and art forms. Join us for a day full of activities. And, of course, there will be kosher egg rolls and egg creams!

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