Brews and Schmooze: ESTHER FEST!

Posted on November 16th, 2002 by

Esther Weiner — World Famous Latke Maker

Esther Weiner, most hilarious human in Baltimore, is not only a gifted coomedian, she's an extraordinary latke maker. A home cook who has been featured on the Food Network and WYPR's The Signal with Aaron Henkin, our Esther brings the belly laughs to Chanukah.

This December 6 she'll be frying up latkes, crackin' jokes, and making you laugh. Join us for Esthermania, a few rounds of Apples to Apples, and good old fashioned holiday cheer.

FREE ADMISSION * LIGHT REFRESHMENTS * ALCOHOL PROVIDED FOR PURCHASE

For more information call 410-7326400 x215 or email rcylus@jewishmuseummd.org

Check out our facebook for photos from last year's Estherfest and get a taste of all the fun we'll be having this year!

Brews & Schmooze is made possible through the generous support of the Jacob and Hilda Blaustein fund for the Enrichment of Jewish Education.

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Exhibiting Our Community

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Exhibiting Our Community: A Behind the Scenes Look at the Jews on the Move Exhibit

Join us for this free program at the Beth El Offit Auditorium

8101 Park Heights Avenue

Thursday, May 2 at 8pm

 

Curators Deb Weiner, Dean Krimmel and Laura Tomes lead an interactive discussion about the challenges and discoveries that went into the making of the exhibit Jews on the Move, Baltimore and the Suburban Exodus, 1945 – 1968.

Bring your own memories, stories and perspectives on the move to suburbia.

 

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

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Jewish Baltimore on Wheels

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NOTE: Trip has been rescheduled for this date due to weather. The original ride scheduled for 4/25/10 was postponed.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Jewish Baltimore on Wheels
Bicycle Tour
10:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m.
JMM members and non-members: $20.00

See Baltimore from a new vantage point as we cycle through streets that were once quintessentially Jewish, and discover how they’ve changed over the years. We’ll stop in at some 19th century synagogues, some still used for worship, and others now used in different ways. The trip concludes with a visit to the JMM and a tour of our historic synagogues. Lunch is on your own at Attmans, the oldest remaining Jewish deli on Lombard Street.  

The tour leaves from the JMM at 10 a.m. Free parking is available. The tour is approximately 12 miles and is mostly flat. Participants must be at least 12 years of age. Pre-registration and advance payment required.

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