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The Green Jewish Kitchen with Joan Nathan

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


Beth Am Synagogue

2501 Eutaw Place

Baltimore, MD 21217


$10 Beth Am & Jewish Museum Members

$15 General Public

$20 Door Price


Re-dedication of the Lloyd Street Synagogue

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.


Exhibition Opening The Synagogue Speaks

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.


Summer Teachers Institute 2010

The Holocaust:  From Persecution to Liberation

August 2-5, 2010
Sessions held at The Jewish Museum of Maryland, The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland,
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Center for Jewish Education

Participants are eligible to receive one MSDE credit.

Registration fee:  $25 for all four days
Includes: breakfast and lunch on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday


18 Stones Book Signing and Reception


Book Signing and Reception with Nancy Patz and Susan L. Roth

Thursday, February 24
5-7 p.m.

18 Stones imagines the story of a Jewish family living in Holland in the 1930s and 40s. Inspired by a collection of family photographs, Nancy Patz’s rich portraits and Susan L. Roth’s thought provoking prose poems portray a Dutch family’s everyday experiences on the eve of the Holocaust.