Re-dedication of the Lloyd Street Synagogue

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On Thursday, March 18, 2010, over 200 invited guests attended a reception and ceremony to commemorate the rededication of the restored Lloyd Street Synagogue. The program included remarks by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Rabbi Andrew Busch of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, City Council President Jack Young, and His Eminence, William Henry Keeler, Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Baltimore.

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The Green Jewish Kitchen with Joan Nathan

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The Green Jewish Kitchen

Cooking with Joan Nathan

Come hear the celebrated cookbook author and Jewish cooking legend

speak about seasonality and sustainability in Jewish cooking.

Sunday, May 23rd

1:30PM

Beth Am Synagogue

2501 Eutaw Place

Baltimore, MD 21217

Tickets:

$10 Beth Am & Jewish Museum Members

$15 General Public

$20 Door Price
 

Brunch & brief cooking demonstration with Joan Nathan beforehand

Contact Adam Borden (443-570-8102, adam.borden@bradmer.com)

To discuss sponsorship opportunities
 

Sponsored by

Jewish Museum of Maryland and Beth Am Synagogue

 
 

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Exhibition Opening The Synagogue Speaks

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The Synagogue Speaks opened to rave reviews on Sunday March 21. The original multi-media exhibition in the newly-restored Lloyd Street Synagogue tells the story of the landmark synagogue and the three immigrant congregations–two Jewish and one Roman Catholic–that occupied it. Visitors toured the exhibition and enjoyed a performance by Baltimore Hebrew Congregation’s Choir.

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