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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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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Salon Series: Day at the Museum

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A Day at the Museum – Tour the ZAP! POW! BAM! exhibit and hear from the writers/illustrators of “If I’d Known Then: A Graphic Memoir.”

Meet at the Jewish Museum of Maryland at 12pm for lunch on your own on Lombard Street’s Corned Beef Row.

Visit the exhibit ZAP! POW! BAM! The Superhero: The Golden Age of Comic Books, 1938 – 1950.

At 1:30 Baltimore-based artists Tom Chalkey and Craig Hankin discuss their latest joint venture, “If I’d Known Then: A Graphic Memoir,” a coming of age novel in comic form.

This program is Free to Museum Members and Myerberg Center members.  The program is included in the cost of admission for non-members.

For information about transportation from the Myerberg Senior Center to the Museum, contact Adrienne Blumberg at 410- 356-6856.  

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