Family Fun Day: Earth Day Counts!

Posted on November 16th, 2002 by

Family Fun Day  - Post-Passover Party

Join the Jewish Museum of Maryland and the Downtown Baltimore JCC for a Hands-on Family Fun Day on:

 Sunday, April 22  / 11am – 3pm 

 

 This event will celebrate the end of Passover, teach about the counting of the Omer and put Jewish traditions in the context of Earth Day through the notion of Feeding the World. We will provide seven children and family friendly activities and experiences including two take-homes and a healthy snack.

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PUBLIC OPENING of ZAP! POW! BAM!

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PUBLIC OPENING for

 ZAP! POW! BAM!

THE SUPERHERO: The Golden Age of Comic Books, 1938-1950

Sunday, January 27th, 2013  10:00am – 5:00pm

ZAP! POW! BAM!, an exhibition developed by Atlanta’s William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, invites us to discover the genesis of cultural icons such as Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, and Captain America. The exhibit features a drawing studio, the Batmobile, and a comic book nook!

Join us at the public opening and be among the first to see the exhibit, meet Batman (from 11:00am – 1:00pm), and rediscover the world of the comic book with your family!

Cost: FREE with Museum admission

Contact Rachel Cylus at rcylus@jewishmuseummd.org or by phone at 410-732-6400 with questions.

Image Credit: Superman#14. Cover art by Fred Ray. © 1941 DC Comics. Superman ™ and © DC Comics. All rights Reserved. Used with Permission. From the collection of Jerry Robinson.

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Salon Series at the Myerberg; Book Talk and Signing

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Steel Pier, Atlantic City: Showplace of a Nation
by Steve Liebowitz
MYERBERG SENIOR CENTER, 3101 FALLSTAFF ROAD, BALTIMORE MARYLAND 21209
FREE, RSVP to Toba Morganstein, 410.358.6856, tmorganstein@myerbergseniorcenter.org

For much of the 20th century the Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ, was the center of American entertainment on the East Coast.  It was aptly called the "Showplace of the Nation" and it was all that and more.  This all-in-one entertainment mecca, novel in its day, has never been matched, not even at latter-day theme parks.

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