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 at 1:30PM

Beth Am Synagogue
2501 Eutaw Place
Baltimore, MD 21217

Tickets:
$20 Beth Am & Jewish Museum Members
$20 General Public
$20 Door Price

Brunch & brief cooking demonstration with Joan Nathan beforehand.

Call 410.523.2446 for tickets.

Visit the Beth Am website, http:///bethambaltimore.org for sponsorships.

Sponsored by
Jewish Museum of Maryland and Beth Am Synagogue

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Educator Open House

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Join Us for an Educator Open House

 

Visit the JMM on Tuesday, September 21 from 4-6pm for an Educator's evening.  Get a behind the scenes view of our exhibits, programs, and what we have to offer educators!

RSVP to Elena Rosemond-Hoerr at 410.732.6400 x229 or erosemondhoerr@jewishmuseummd.org.

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The Bee’s Knees: All About Honey

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The Bee's Knees: All About Honey
Brews & Schmooze: First Thursdays at the JMM
Thursdays September 1, 6-9pm

Free/ Light Refreshments Provided, Dietary Laws Observed / Alcohol Provided for Purchase

This Rosh HaShanah we’re focusing on an important tradition: honey.  Join us for a tasting featuring local honey and a talk about urban beekeeping, the history of honey, and the current threats to the bee population.

The Bee's Knees is part of our new young adult series Brews and Schmooze: First Thursdays at the JMM.

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GRAND PRIX ROAD CLOSINGS:

Due to the upcoming Baltimore Grand Prix many roads downtown will be closed as of August 30.  The JMM will be accessible by taking

From points North: By taking 1-83 to Baltimore St or Central Ave to Lombard St
From points South/East: By taking Central Ave to Lombard St 
From points West: Baltimore will be open, though many Northbound streets are closed.  We recommend taking Eutaw to Baltimore St.

View a map of all closings here.

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