Upcoming Events

Dec 4th

Downtown Dollar Day: Healthcare Heroes

Sunday, December 4th from 10 am

Museum Admission $1

Drawing Workshops at 10:30, 12:30 and 2:30pm





Join us for a hands-on day at the Jewish Museum of Maryland!


First explore the skills needed to become a healthcare professional with a series of hands on activities. Try your hand at some scientific experiments, keyhole surgery and plaster cast application.


Later, learn from professional animator Eliezer Medina how to draw and ink some of your favorite cartoon characters. Recreate your favorite superheroes and hear about their Jewish roots! Drawing workshops will take place at 10:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm, each lasting about an hour. We will be asking the participants of each session who they would like to draw, so please come ready with lots of ideas!

Dec 8th

Cordials, Schnapps, and L’chaims: Let thy beverage be thy medicine

Thursday Evening, December 8th 

Facilitated by Casey Yurow, Pearlstone Center

Included with Admission – Buy Tickets Now!

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Join Pearlstone Center’s Program Director, Casey Yurow,  for a multi-sensory and mind-altering evening exploring the relationship between Jews, plants and therapeutic beverages. We’ll get to taste a variety of cordials made from the seven species of Israel – dates, figs, grapes, pomegranates, olives, wheat, and barley – and look into some historical uses of fruit, herb, and spice infused beverages in Jewish tradition and beyond. The evening will include opportunities for hands-on beverage blending for folks to take home with them.


This program is designed for participants aged 21 and over. Dietary laws will be observed. Places are limited so please book your space in advance by purchasing your ticket online.

Dec 11th

Stars in the Ring: Jewish Champions in the Golden Age of Boxing

Sunday, December 11th at 1 pm


Speaker: Author Mike Silver 


Included with Admission – Buy Tickets Now!


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More Jewish athletes have competed as boxers than all other professional sports combined. From 1901 to 1939, 29 Jewish boxers were recognized as world champions and nearly 200 others were ranked among the top contenders in their respective weight divisions. Stars in the Ring: Jewish Champions in the Golden Age of Boxing chronicles an era when boxers named “Slapsie Maxie” Rosenbloom, Ruby Goldstein (“The Jewel of the Ghetto”), Leach Cross (“The Fighting Dentist”), Joe Bernstein (“The Pride of the Bowery”) and hundreds of other fabulous Jewish boxers literally fought their way out of poverty to become instant heroes to a generation of immigrants struggling to enter the American mainstream. Author and historian Mike Silver presents this vibrant social history in an entertaining and informative presentation.