Jews in the Labor Movement: Yesterday and Today with Guest Speaker Bennett Muraskin

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Jews in the Labor Movement: Yesterday and Today with Guest Speaker Bennett Muraskin
Sunday, March 11
2pm
FREE
This program will take place as the Pikesville Library (1301 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore, MD 21208)

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For more information, contact Bob Jacobson: 410-415-5199 / 
bobboj@aol.com

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2. Thursday, October 4th – Late Night on Lloyd Street presents the JMM Annual Feldman Lecture with Nina Beth Cardin and the Baltimore Orchard Project

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Nina Beth Cardin, the Baltimore Orchard Project and Locally Sourced Pie Making Demo

Local Rabbi, Environmentalist and Social Justice Activist Nina Beth Cardin introduces us to the Baltimore Orchard Project, which aims to plant, grow, glean and share fruit throughout Baltimore.  She will tell us about the project, how people are getting involved, and then we will have a locally sourced fruit pie-making demo (and tasting!).  Rabbi Cardin is featured in the Chosen Food exhibit, which can also be toured during the program.

 

For more info contact rcylus@jewishmuseummd.org or call 410-732-6400 ext. 215.

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Tot Shabbat: May

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JCC PARENT & INFANT/TODDLER DEPARTMENT

INVITES YOU TO JOIN US FOR

Tot Shabbat at the DBJCC

Join us on Friday morning at 10:30 as we welcome Shabbat with singing, dancing, puppets and more. 

Your child will learn the blessings over the candles, wine (grape juice) and Challah. Families will also engage in a Jewish ritual craft project to take home. 

Please contact Kim Jacobsohn at kjacobsohn@jcc.org, 443-248-4219 with any questions.

 

The DBJCC is located at  1118 Light Street- Suite D in Federal Hill.

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