Super Sunday Family Fun Day: All About Comics

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11am – Create your own comic book workshop – Illustrator Lisa Perrin leads participants through the process of writing and illustrating their own comic book and superhero.  Please RSVP – space is limited.

2pm – Jewish Superhero Creators, Jaw-Dropping Backstories – Children’s book author Marc Tyler Nobleman, author of Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman and Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman will reveal the startling bombshells he uncovered during his research, including one that may change pop culture history. The talk will address everything from the Superman/Moses parallel to the Hebrew meaning of Superman's Kryptonian name. 

Check out our new exhibit: ZAP! POW! BAM! The Superhero: The Golden Age of Comic Books, 1938 – 1950.

Super Sunday events included in the price of Museum admission.  Get more information about JMM programs at http:///www.jewishmuseummd.org/event/upcoming-eventsor contact rcylus@jewishmuseummd.org / 410-732-6400 ext. 215

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A Salon Series at the Myerberg; Book Talk and Signing

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Combat Correspondents: The Baltimore Sun in World War II
by Joseph R.L. Sterne
MYERBERG SENIOR CENTER, 3101 FALLSTAFF ROAD, BALTIMORE MARYLAND 21209
FREE, RSVP to Toba Morganstein, 410.358.6856, tmorganstein@myerbergseniorcenter.org

Collaborating with the Maryland Historical Society, the former Baltimore Sun's bureau chief Joseph R.L. Strene writes a book about journalism, and the art that was practiced by Baltimore Sun combat correspondents during World War II, from the D-day landings to the final surrender.

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From the Ground Up Family Fun Day

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From the Ground Up
The Synagogue Speaks
Family Day
Sunday, April 3, 1-3pm
 

Free for JMM Families; $10 Non-Member Families

Dig, Build, Paint

Celebrate the publication of The Synagogue Speaks picture book with a family day that offers fun for all ages.  Hear the story of the Lloyd Street Synagogue and then become an archaeologist, architect, painter, or history detective for a day as you learn more about the building that inspired the story.

RSVP to Ilene Dackman-Alon 410.732.6400 x214 / idackmanalon@jewishmuseummd.org

Special Thanks to Our Publication Sponsors:

U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services
David and Barbara Hirschhorn Foundation 
Paul Mark Sandler, Esq., Leslie Sandler, Gilbert Sandler
Ruth Marder
In Loving Memory of Fay and Nathan Holzman and Esther Ann Brown Adler
The Maryland Historical Trust

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