Rebecca Rubin and the American Girl Story

Posted on November 16th, 2002 by


Winter Break Program!

Rebecca Rubin and the American Girl Story with Author Jacqueline Dembar Greene

December 29, 2010 2-4pm

$15 JMM families, $25 non-member families 

American Girl's Jewish American doll Rebecca Rubin took the country by storm  in 2009, when the doll and Jacqueline Dembar Greene's book about her were released.  Finally, Jewish girls had a doll of Jewish heritage to identify with and a book that told her story.  Join author Jacqueline Dembar Greene for a special winter break event dedicated to Rebecca Rubin and the youngsters (4-12) who love her.

Activities will include:

– Author talk and book signing

– Doll tea party

– A scavenger hunt through Voices of Lombard Street

– Rebecca Rubin American Girl doll raffle

Dolls of all kind are welcome!

RSVP to Ilene Dackman- Alon,, 410.732.6400 214

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Jewish American Heritage Month: The Ablest Navigator/ Book Signing

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Sunday, May 15, 2011

2-4:00 p.m.


In honor of Jewish American Heritage Month, the JMM, The Edward Myerberg Center, and the Baltimore Zionist District – Paul Wandres will speak about The Ablest Navigator, the life of Lt. Paul Shulman, USN and his heroic efforts in helping the State of Israel achieve independence in 1948.  The Edward Myerberg Center is located at 3101 Fallstaff Road.

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Back by Popular Demand! Druid Hill Bus Tour

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Back by Popular Demand!  Druid Hill Bus Tour
Sunday, November 6, 1-4 p.m.

JMM Members & non-members $30


Join Barry Kessler, former JMM curator, for a tour of Druid Hill Park as it is and as it was.  As the bus winds through the park and into adjacent neighborhoods, Kessler, author of Druid Hill Park: Jewish Baltimore’s Green Oasis 1920-1960, will tell you about the park’s meaning in the Jewish collective conscience.  He will also talk about new efforts to bring the park back to its former glory.  The bus departs from Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 7401 Park Heights Avenue.  Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

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