Chabad Mill Valley, the local chapter of one of the largest Hasidic groups and Jewish religious organizations in the world, has been in Mill Valley for more than 17 years.

Chabad Mill Valley founders Rabbi Hillel and Chana Scop, who saw a 20-year dream become reality when they opened Brooklyn, a Project of Chabad Mill Valley, in 2018 in the space formerly occupied by True Botanicals in the downtown strip of shops on Miller Ave. near the Depot Plaza, are now gearing up for the Jewish High Holidays with a series of events open to the Mill Valley community.

First up, on Sunday, Sept. 15, they’re hosting a Pop-Up New York Deli, allowing attendees to enjoy an authentic NY deli in Mill Valley, featuring a full kosher menu including pastrami and corned beef on rye, knishes, matzah ball soup, pickles, salads and chocolate rugelach. Meals cane be taken out or eaten at Brooklyn, and all orders music be made in advance online.

All proceeds go to the Brooklyn Educational Fund.

One week later, on Sunday, Sept. 22, Brooklyn hosts a High Holiday Fair, a fun, educational event that invites adults and children to get into the spirit of the holidays by enjoy a marketplace featuring Round Raisin Challah Braiding, Shofar Making Workshop, Honey Dish Craft and Design Your Own Mini Sukkah.

The 411: Brooklyn, a Project of Chabad Mill Valley hosts a Pop-Up New York Deli on Sunday, Sept. 15 (4:30-7:30pm),, and a High Holiday Fair on Sunday, Sept. 22 from 1-4pm. MORE INFO.

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