The ‘Shtetl Village,’ will take participants back in time to a whimsical reenactment of life in the shtetl — the small Eastern European Jewish town that was a hallmark of Old World Jewish life for centuries. The shtetl, made famous in Fiddler on the Roof, will include crafts, traditional delicacies, and a petting zoo to complete the rural village feel.

Attendees will also encounter other characters dressed in costume, representing Jewish communities from across the globe who will share the history of Jewish life and culture.

With a unique blend of storytelling and charm, participants will be welcomed into a lesser-known world, as an array of international Jewish guests invite them to explore Jewish culture and tradition. Attendees will receive a "passport," which can be stamped by people representing Jewish populations worldwide—Europe, North and East Africa, Asia, and more.