The B’nai B’rith Booth will mark its 49th year of providing Jewish-styled fare at the Topsfield Fair, which will run from October 4-14. What started as a Hebrew National Hot Dog stand has now grown into the fair’s longest running permanent food booth. Thousands of fairgoers line up at the volunteer-only run booth for quarter-pound Hebrew National hot dogs, hot pastrami sandwiches, Grandma Phyllis’s Brisket, Katz’s pizza bagels, the Oy Vey Sandwich, and (new this year) Rein’s Deli Knishes.
Volunteers over the age of 16 are welcome to work one, or several, four-hour shifts. Volunteers will receive free park access, free parking, and all-you-can-eat at the booth.
Profits are distributed by volunteers through the “L’Chaim for the Jewish Community” program.
For more information on volunteering at the booth, contact Laura Freedman at firstname.lastname@example.org.