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Dec 13th

Charting the Course for Environmental Change in Maryland

Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 6:00pm

 

Moderated by: Delegate Dana Stein

 

Speaker: Delegate Brooke Lierman

Panelists from: Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, Maryland League of Conservation Voters and Sierra Club of Maryland

 

Event is FREE but advanced registration is required. Register here.

 

 

Join your peers, learn from trusted environmental advocates and plot your course for advocating in Maryland’s upcoming legislative session. You will leave this event with an expanded network of environmental peers and the tools you’ll need for navigating the pathways of Maryland’s political landscape.

 

AGENDA

6:00 – Registration, Networking, Snacks,

and self-guided tour of the Jewish Museum of Maryland

 

6:30 – Living Judaism, Jakir Manela, Executive Director, Pearlstone

 

6:40 – Framing the Session From an Environmental and Health Perspective

with Del. Brooke Lierman

 

7:00 – Panel Discussion, moderated by Del. Dana Stein, Board of Directors, Pearlstone

Panelists:

Josh Tulkin, Sierra Club

Kristen Harbeson, Maryland League of Conservation Voters

Jodi Rose, Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake

 

7:30 – Small group break-out conversations with panelists

 

8:00 – Networking

 

8:30 – Close

 

Questions? Contact jplisko@pearlstonecenter.org or call 410-500-5378

 

This program is presentd by Pearlstone Center in partnership with the Baltimore Jewish Council, Repair the World, and the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

 


Dec 16th

From Beer Halls to the Palace

The Rise and Demise of American Vaudeville

 

Sunday, December 16, 2018 at 1:00pm

 

Speaker: Dr. Alan Kreizenbeck, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

 

Get Tickets Now (JMM Members, Reserve Your Seats!)

 

 

Dr. Alan Kreizenbeck is a theatre practitioner with a love for popular entertainments. Come learn about the history of vaudeville, famous Jewish vaudevillians (in both Yiddish and “mainstream” theatres), Harry Houdini’s vaudeville career, and vaudeville in Baltimore. Corny old jokes will be re-told, songs will be presented, and many photographs will be shared.

 

This program is presented in relation to the Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini exhibit, on display June 24, 2018 – January 21, 2019.


Dec 25th

A Magical Mitzvah

Tuesday, December 25, 2018 at 10am to 12pm

 

Mitzvah Project for the Esperanza Center

 

 

For the sixth year in a row, JMM is pleased to partner with JVC to participate in Mitzvah Day. This year we will be working to support the Esperanza Center, a Baltimore-based organization whose mission is to welcome immigrants by offering hope, compassionate services, and the power to improve their lives. We will be working together to create backpacks filled with school supplies (and homemade stress balls!) for their students. Activities are suitable for all ages and no artistic talent is required.

 

We are looking for donations of the school supplies listed below to help fill the backpacks. If you are unable to attend, dropping off supplies in the weeks leading up is a great way to support the program!

 

Notebooks

Folders

Pens

Pencils

Highlighters

Craft Scissors

White out

Crayons

Colored Pencils

 

A special thank you to Oriental Trading Company,  Bulk Office Supply.com, Raymond Geddes, Sue Ann’s Office Supplies, and Artist & Craftsman Supply for their donations of materials. If your business is interested in making a tax-deductible donation of materials, please contact Emma Glaser, JMM program assistant at eglaser@jewishmuseummd.org or call 443-873-5169.

 

After our Mitzvah morning, sit back and relax as we screen the TV mini-series Houdini, starring Adrien Brody. More info on this afternoon program here. *Please note that this screening is a ticketed event.*



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