Shop ’til You Drop
at the Annual Chanukah Bazaar Art Show

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Sunday, November 19, 2023

Adath Israel Congregation (synagogue)
Note: please enter the building through the main entrance under the portico in the rear parking lot)
3201 E. Galbraith Road 
Cincinnati, OH  45236

Browse the Booths of 30+ Local Artists with Handcrafted Art

Enjoy Delicious Food and Beverages from Cafe Alma, Sweet Butter Bakery, Street Pops, and Travelin’ Tom’s Coffee

Play the Raffle for Artwork, 2 tickets for $5, 5 for $10 (checks or cash please for the raffle). Winners do not need to be present to win.

Visit the Coleman Family Judaica Shop

Are you an artist who would like to exhibit your art at this event? Do you have questions about the Chanukah Bazaar? Please contact Heidi Weisman at

Featuring Local Artists:

Anna Algers, Mo & Me – Hand-made double oven mitts, tissue totes and bag organizers. Website

Yiddes Bidnick, Clayfully Yours – Polymer clay earrings, necklaces, and cuff links. Instagram: @artwithyiddes

Karen Blocher, Green GRRRL Wisdom – Handmade cold-processed soaps, dried herbal tea blends, natural bodycare items. Facebook

Debbie Brown, Spice Spice Baby – Food items: Spice blends, salad dressings/marinades, dry soup mixes and extracts. Website, Instagram:

Cafe Alma – Cafe serving Mediterranean food for breakfast and lunch. Website

Samuel and Benjamin CasutoCasuto Bro. Productions: Lampblack By Design Carved bas-relief art-pieces and engraved photographs in both wood and stone Facebook

Celine Deprez, CD Handmade crochet snuggle animals, toddler purses, ornaments. Website

Elliot Draznin, Elliot Sunrise Art – Paintings, fine art prints, stickers. Website

Bailey Eilers, Flipside by Bailey Eilers – Handmade earrings, bracelets, necklaces, art prints, paintings, and drawings. Instagram: @Baileyeilersart

Mark Eilers, Uncommon Scents – Scented candles and wax melts. Instagram: UncommonScentsCandles 

Elizabeth Eilers, Wire Wrapped Freak – Copper and crystal wire wrapped jewelry (e.g., necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings).  Instagram: @wire.wrapped.freak

Caroline Evelo, boom+popp designs – Polymer clay jewelry and accessories (e.g., barrettes, plant stakes, trinket dishes and bookmarks).  Website

Betsy Goldfarb, Made with Love by Bebe – Upcycled crafts using decoupage, stamps, transfers, paints.  Pieces include: wall hangings, vases, flower pots, shelf sitters, etc. 

Biff Goldstein, Biffstuff – Handmade wood cutting boards and epoxy/wood charcuterie boards (engraving available), coasters

Anne Huddleston, Anne Carole Designs – Mosaic yard art and jewelry, Facebook

Jennifer Kaplan, Handmade with Love by Jenn – Handmade pottery focusing on bowls, mugs, honey jars, and platters

Steve Kosztala, Kosztalascopes wood/glass kaleidoscopes (no two the same). Website

Natalie Levenson, Always Canning – Homemade jellies ranging from sweet to spicy to savory with a handful of ingredients, plus apple butter. Website

Dave and Anna McCarthy, Woodland Heirlooms – Handcrafted wood items such as charcuterie boards, mugs, bowls, platters, and coasters. Website

Micah Luke, Terragotchi – Terrariums and nature-derived art. Instagram: Terragotchii

Holly McDonough, Designs by Holly – Handmade beaded. custom-designed jewelry including necklaces, bracelets, earrings and wire wrapped pendants

Mindy Nemoff, It’s All Art Unique bags made from ties, Photography

Erin Pilder, 19Mavens Rainbow catchers, plant wands, handmade gifts (wine charms, art, wall hangings, healing stones) jewelry – necklace, bracelets and earrings. Website

Julie Staller Pentelnik, JSP Judaic ArtPrints, chamsa, mezzuzah. Website

Judith Pransky, The Write Way – Children’s chapter books: The Mister Lister series. Website

Kricket Schwartzberg, So Kricket Challah covers, tefillin & tallit bags, hot pads, aprons, bibs and more. Instagram: @SoKricket

Kimberly and Eric Snell, Air and Urth – Hand-made pottery items, hand painted birdhouse gourds and gourd ornaments, Bumbleland children’s book and plushie. Website

Rachel Sofferin, Deeply Nourished Lotions and salves.

Stardust Treats and Creations Handmade chocolates and truffles. Website

Street Pops (Food Vendor) – all-natural, small-batch, gourmet pops (popsicles). Website

Sweet Butter Bakery (Food Vendor) – Modern take on classic Jewish pastries: Rugelach, Babka, Black and White Cookies, Mandelbrot, Macaroons, Thumbprint Cookies. Website

Travelin’ Tom’s Coffee Truck (Food Vendor), coffee beverages. Website

Donna Tukel, Nefesh Judaica Handmade pottery and Challah covers. Instagram: Donna_Tukel

Tracy Updike, Makers Street Studio Humorous animal art prints, magnets, and T-shirts. Website

Nate Waspe, Nate Waspe Creations Hand-cut Linoleum and Woodcut prints. Website

Stephanie Williams, Crazy Girl Art Design Clay earrings. Website

Are you an artist who would like to exhibit your art at this event? Do you have questions about the Chanukah Bazaar? Please contact Heidi Weisman at