01 | May
10:00AM
01 | May
10:00AM

conference

Being a Jew in the Soviet Union: Findings from ‘A Comprehensive History of the Jews in the Soviet Union’

Join us for this unique opportunity to hear from renowned scholars working on "A Comprehensive History of the Jews in the Soviet Union" as they share their findings with the public in this day-long conference. With deep gratitude to Eugene Shvidler whose generosity is making possible the research and preparation of this NYU study.

Ticket Info: Free; reservations required online or 212-294-8301 x. 6152

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conference

01 | May
06:30PM
01 | May
06:30PM

lecture

A Tale of Three Cities: Jewish-Italian Writing and the Long 20th Century

Italy is home to the oldest Jewish community in the Diaspora, and the authors of many important works of Italian literature are Jewish. Yet, with the exception of Primo Levi, few of these writers are known to readers in the English-speaking world. This talk by Cornell University Professor K.E. von Wittelsbach will explore the work of Italian-Jewish writers and how it relates to modern Italian and world literature. What are some of the key themes of their work? How have these writers articulated the self against the background of the historical events that have shaped the past 120 years in the traditional centers of Jewish life in Italy—Rome, Turin and Trieste?

Ticket Info: $10 general; $5 Center for Jewish History / partner members, Cornell alumni, seniors, students

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lecture

01 | May
06:30PM
01 | May
06:30PM

gallery talk

Ruby Namdar, 'The foxes walk upon it': The Destruction and Absence of the Temple in Modern Jerusalem and Jewish Life

In this gallery talk/walk through YUM’s exhibition City of Gold, Bronze and Light: Jerusalem between Word and Image, novelist Ruby Namdar the trauma of the destruction of ancient Jerusalem and its Holy Temple, and what it reveals about modern Jews and Jewish life.

Ticket Info: $10 general; $5 seniors, students; free Yeshiva University Museum members

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gallery talk

03 | May
06:30PM
03 | May
06:30PM

lecture

“Crackpot or Visionary”: Israel Zangwill, Isaac Steinberg, and the Jewish Territorialist Movement

After leaving the Zionist Movement in 1905 following the so-called Uganda Controversy, the Jewish Territorialists sought to create settlements for Jews outside both Europe and Palestine. They explored possibilities from Angola to Australia and Tasmania, and from Madagascar to French and British Guiana and Suriname. At the head of the movement stood several prominent Jewish figures. Their biographies shed light on the multi-faceted nature of Jewish politics both before and after the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948: for several decades, Zionism was not the only flavor on the menu for those looking to create a Jewish political future. Anglo-Jewish writer Israel Zangwill (1864-1926), author of classics such as Children of the Ghetto and The Melting Pot, was the first leader of the movement. He was followed as of the late 1930s by Russian émigré politician Isaac N. Steinberg (1888-1957), who had briefly served as Commissar of Justice under Lenin in 1917. There hardly could have been two more different men than the English gentleman Zangwill and the Russian socialist-revolutionary Steinberg, but both did share an almost literary-inspired idealism, infused with Jewish traditional and universalist elements.

In this talk, Dr. Laura Almagor, a Prins Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Jewish History, will touch upon the colorful life stories of the central Territorialist leaders, as a gateway to exploring the history of the Territorialist movement and its many—nowadays seemingly fantastical—pursuits.

Ticket Info: Free; reservations required

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lecture

04 | May
07:00PM
04 | May
07:00PM

concert

Annie Gosfield Portrait Concert

This concert will explore music of composer Annie Gosfield that takes its inspiration from Jewish culture, history, and the New York immigrant experience. A longtime resident of NYC’s East Village, Gosfield has been hailed “a star of the downtown scene,” (New Yorker), and her music has been described as “imaginative” and “exuberant” (New York Times).

Ticket Info: $15 general; $10 YIVO members, students online or 212-294-8301 x. 6152

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concert

07 | May
02:00PM
07 | May
02:00PM

lecture

Eric Goldman, Lens on Israel: A Society through its Cinema

Movies provide an ideal “lens” through which to understand Israel’s birth, growth and development as a country. Join film historian Eric Goldman as he explores the changing nature of Israeli society as reflected through its cinema. The program will be preceded by a viewing of YUM’s exhibition City of Gold, Bronze and Light: Jerusalem between Word and Image.

Ticket Info: Free; reservations required

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lecture

08 | May
06:30PM
08 | May
06:30PM

lecture

“My Unconscious Speaks Yiddish”: Psychoanalysis and Jewish Languages

Join us for a talk by NEH Senior Scholar Naomi Seidman exploring the role played by Yiddish and other Jewish languages in Freud’s writing, from the Yiddish of his parents "behind" his Viennese German to the translations and adaptations of his work in Eastern Europe. In the years since Jacques Lacan first called for "a return to Freud," a vast literature has arisen around the question of the translation of Freud's German into English and of the Nazi-era diaspora of psychoanalysts from Central Europe to England and the United States. But Freud's writing was in some sense already the product of translation and diaspora, from the Yiddish of his parents to his own Viennese German and from Eastern to Central Europe. This is not only a matter of the prehistory of psychoanalysis: Eastern Europe developed its own form of psychoanalysis, and psychoanalysts fled to Jerusalem as well as New York and London. In these contexts, Freud's work circulated in Hebrew and Yiddish among other languages. In this talk, we will explore the Eastern European dimension of psychoanalysis, discussing the Jewish languages "behind" Freud's German and in the translational "afterlife" of his writings.

 

Naomi Seidman is the Koret Professor of Jewish Culture at the Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, a 2016 Guggenheim Fellow, and the 2016-2017 NEH Senior Fellow at the Center for Jewish History in New York. Her most recent book is titled The Marriage Plot, or, How Jews Fell in Love with Love, and with Literature, and another book on Bais Yaakov and Orthodox girls' education in interwar Poland is forthcoming from Littman Library. Her present research explores the question of the relationship between psychoanalysis and Jewish languages.

Ticket Info: Free; reservations required

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lecture

08 | May
06:30PM
08 | May
06:30PM

gallery talk

Jeffrey Saks, “But always I regarded myself as one who was born in Jerusalem”

In this gallery talk/walk through YUM’s exhibition City of Gold, Bronze and Light: Jerusalem between Word and Image, Rabbi Jeffrey Saks (ATID) explores the special place the Holy City has held in the writing of Hebrew literature’s greatest author, S.Y. Agnon, and the vision of the city in modern Hebrew literature.

Ticket Info: $10 general; $5 seniors, students; free Yeshiva University Museum members

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gallery talk

08 | May
07:00PM
08 | May
07:00PM

reading group

16th Street Book Club Meeting

Join us! All 16th Street book club sessions are free and open to the public. This month we'll meet to discuss Drunk from the Bitter Truth: The Poems of Anna Margolin, translated from the Yiddish by Shirley Kumove. Please try to bring your books or e-readers with you. RSVP recommended RSVP recommended via email. To learn more, visit cjh.org/bookclub.

Ticket Info: Free, RSVP recommended via email.

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reading group

10 | May
07:00PM
10 | May
07:00PM

conversation

Jenna Weissman Joselit and Samuel G. Freedman - In Dialogue on the Decalogue

Join New York Times columnist Samuel G. Freedman and historian Jenna Weissman Joselit, author of the brand new book, Set in Stone: America's Embrace of the Ten Commandments (Oxford University Press), as they explore the impact of the ancient biblical code on American culture.

Ticket Info: Free; reservations required

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conversation

11 | May
06:00PM
11 | May
06:00PM

lecture

“Songs of the Nation”: Maskilic Readings of Psalms after Moses Mendelssohn

Dr. Yael Sela-Teichler discusses the 1791 edition of Moses Mendelssohn’s German translation of Psalms, The Book of the Songs of Israel, exploring maskilic renderings of the music of the Hebrews that reclaim biblical poetry as Jewish musical heritage and challenge traditional notions of exile.

Ticket Info: Free; reservation required to info@jewishmusicforum.org

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lecture

15 | May
12:00PM
15 | May
12:00PM

lecture

Is There a Biblical “Law”? Law in the World of the Bible

The Pentateuch contains many passages that have long been thought of as “law” – from the time of the rabbis, who debated their intricate legal details, through modern-day America, where the Ten Commandments still stand on display outside some courthouses. However, the discovery of the Code of Hammurabi and other documents from the ancient Near Eastern world, in which the Bible emerged, has thrown into question whether or not one ought to consider these texts “law” at all. After all, the so-called law codes from the ancient Near East are never cited in legal cases, and are sometimes even contradicted by trial records. But if the law codes did not prescribe law, what was their purpose? And should the “law” of the Bible be understood similarly to the law codes of the ancient Near East? This talk will look at the reasons for questioning the legal nature of biblical “law”; the alternate approaches to interpreting relevant texts; and the ramifications of different understandings.  Yael Landman, a doctoral candidate at Yeshiva University and an AJS Dissertation Completion Fellow, will examine these questions and explore possible answers. This program is generously supported through a grant from Legacy Heritage Fund.

Ticket Info: Free; RSVP via email

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lecture

17 | May
06:30PM
17 | May
06:30PM

book talk

Jewish Justices of the Supreme Court: From Brandeis to Kagan

David G. Dalin will introduce his new book Jewish Justices of the Supreme Court: From Brandeis to Kagan on the lives and careers of the eight Jewish Justices in U.S. history. Pamela Nadell  (American University; President, Association for Jewish Studies) will join him for a conversation about their legacies.

Ticket Info: $10 general; $5 Center for Jewish History / partner members, seniors, students

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book talk

17 | May
07:30PM
17 | May
07:30PM

concert

A Century Apart: Enso Quartet and Phoenix Chamber Ensemble Performing Schubert, Schumann and Shostakovich

The Enso Quartet and Phoenix Chamber Ensemble reunite to perform Schubert’s “Quartetsatz in C minor, D. 703,” Schumann’s “Quintet Op. 44 in E flat major” and Shostakovich’s “Quintet Op. 57 in G minor.”  This program is made possible by the generous support of the Blavatnik Family Foundation.

Ticket Info: $15 general; $10 Center for Jewish History / partner members, seniors, students

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concert

21 | May
01:30PM
21 | May
01:30PM

workshop

Paper Art Workshop for Shavuot

Drawing on the tradition of making paper decorations for Shavuot, this workshop will explore unconventional ways to think about paper in both 2D and 3D. Our guest paper artist, Marna Chester, will inspire us to curl, fold, pinch, crumple, roll, poke, tear and cut paper, to explore shapes and create dramatic effects.

Ticket Info: Free with museum admission: $8 adults ; $6 seniors, students; free Yeshiva University Museum members and YU staff, students and alumni, children under 5. Reservations required.

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workshop

21 | May
02:00PM
21 | May
02:00PM

jewish genealogical society monthly meeting

Jews and the Rise of Immigration Restrictions in the 1920s

Speaker: Dr. Libby Garland

In 1921 and 1924, Congress passed legislation intended to reduce the influx of immigrants to the U.S. These new laws allocated only small quotas for southern and eastern Europe, and banned all immigration from Asia. Their purpose was to limit the number of foreigners considered inferior and a threat to the nation. Jews, heavily represented in early 20th century immigration, were among the prime targets of the laws. In this talk Dr. Garland discusses the response of Jews both in the U.S. and abroad to these new restrictions, including the attempts of many Jewish migrants to try to get to the U.S. in violation of the law.

Dr. Garland is Associate Professor of History at Kingsborough College of the City University of New York. She is the author of After They Closed the Gates: Jewish Illegal Immigration to the United States, 1921-1965 (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2014).

Ticket Info: Free for JGS members; guests, $5 at the door.

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jewish genealogical society monthly meeting

22 | May
06:30PM
22 | May
06:30PM

book talk

Kurt Tucholsky’s Germany? Germany!

Tucholsky was a brilliant satirist, poet, storyteller, lyricist, pacifist, and democrat; a fighter, ladies' man, reporter, and early opponent of the Nazis. Former New York Times reporter Ralph Blumenthal discusses a new edition of Tucholsky’s writings in English translation, for which he wrote the foreword.

Ticket Info: $10 general; $5 Leo Baeck Institute members

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book talk

22 | May
06:30PM
22 | May
06:30PM

gallery talk

Barbara Mann, 1967, and Yehuda Amichai’s Vision of Jerusalem

In this gallery talk/walk through YUM’s exhibition City of Gold, Bronze and Light: Jerusalem between Word and Image, Barbara Mann (Jewish Theological Seminary) explores the city of Jerusalem as envisioned and represented in the poetry of Yehuda Amichai.

Ticket Info: $10 general; $5 seniors, students; free Yeshiva University Museum members

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gallery talk

24 | May
07:00PM
24 | May
07:00PM

music program in celebration of pride month

The Yiddish Celluloid Closet and the Isle of Klezbos

Despite the taboo surrounding homosexuality, the topic was explored in the Yiddish picture. This program presents Yiddish cinema as you’ve never seen it before, plus the Isle of Klezbos all-gal sextet’s reinterpretations of movie music from vintage soundtracks, including classics and lesser-known gems.

Ticket Info: $25 general, $15 American Jewish Historical Society / YIVO Institute for Jewish Research / ASJM members, seniors, students; $36 at the door

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music program in celebration of pride month

29 | May
29 | May

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Monday, May 29 in honor of Memorial Day.

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holidays and closures

30 | May
30 | May

holidays and closures

The Center will close at 2:00pm on Tuesday, May 30 for Erev Shavuot.

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holidays and closures

31 | May
31 | May

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Wednesday, May 31 for Shavuot.

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holidays and closures

01 | Jun
01 | Jun

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Thursday, June 1 for Shavuot.

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holidays and closures

04 | Jun
03:00PM
04 | Jun
03:00PM

concert

Music in Our Time: 2017

Featuring a performance of his Fantasies for Piano, played by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Yedhudi Wyner, this annual concert also showcases music of Benjie Ellen Schiller, Josh Fishbein, Ronn Yedidia, and Jonathan Leshnoff, performed by artists from Mannes College The New School of Music.

Ticket Info: $18 general; $12 American Society for Jewish Music / American Jewish Historical Society / Center for Jewish History members; $9 seniors, students

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concert

07 | Jun
06:30PM
07 | Jun
06:30PM

gallery talk

Dara Horn, Jerusalem, Imagination and Historical Consciousness

In this gallery talk/walk through YUM’s exhibition City of Gold, Bronze and Light: Jerusalem between Word and Image, novelist Dara Horn explores Jerusalem's role in the work and imagination of modern Jewish writers.

Ticket Info: $10 general; $5 seniors, students; free Yeshiva University Museum members

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gallery talk

07 | Jun
06:30PM
07 | Jun
06:30PM

course

Origins of Totalitarianism

Join Dr. Samantha Hill of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research and the Bard Arendt Center for this four-week course which explores Hannah Arendt's groundbreaking study of totalitarian states alongside questions of anti-Semitism, imperialism, and social alienation.

Ticket Info: $315; 10% discount for CJH members, use code cjhmember at https://thebrooklyninstitute.com/current-courses/

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course

11 | Jun
02:00PM
11 | Jun
02:00PM

jewish genealogical society monthly meeting

Galician Portraits: The Story of Jews, Gentiles, and Emperors

Speaker: Dr. Andrew Zalewski

The talk Galician Portraits brings to life the Jewish community of Galicia. The speaker's personal genealogical discoveries are intertwined within a larger historical context. The story of Galician Jews is the story of many contrasts: poverty mixes with opportunities, separateness with acculturation, where the sounds of Yiddish and Hebrew fill the heders, while German and Polish are spoken in the public schools. Based on research for Dr. Zalewski's recently published book, his talk is illustrated with many pictures, newly discovered historical documents and old maps of Galicia.

Andrew Zalewski was born in Poland and immigrated to the United States. Several generations of his Jewish and Christian ancestors traced their roots to this former province of the Austrian and Austro-Hungarian Empire. Dr. Zalewski is a physician and former Professor of Medicine at Jefferson University in Philadelphia.

Immediately before this program: "Gesher Galicia: Latest News, Projects, and Tips" from 1:00- 1:45. Meeting of Gesher Galicia members and friends from the New York area. Please join us for an overview of new genealogy-focused projects and online tools available through Gesher Galicia.

Ticket Info: Free for JGS members; guests, $5 at the door.

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jewish genealogical society monthly meeting

13 | Jun
07:00PM
13 | Jun
07:00PM

concert

A Yiddish Liederabend — An Evening of Yiddish Song

An elegant as well as nostalgic program devoted to treasures of Yiddish song and the poetry that has inspired this musical expression in all its variety of style. Presented in the intimate chamber music setting of a traditional classical Liederabend (song evening) appropriate to the immediacy of this cherished genre.

Ticket Info: $15 general; $10 YIVO Institute for Jewish Research members, students online or 212-294-8301 x. 6152

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concert

15 | Jun
06:30PM
15 | Jun
06:30PM

lecture

Oxford and the Printing of Judeo-Arabic

Speaker: Brad Sabin Hill

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition 500 Years of Treasures from Oxford. For more information on the exhibition, please visit cjh.org/oxford.

Ticket Info: Free, RSVP via Smarttix

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lecture

20 | Jun
06:30PM
20 | Jun
06:30PM

lecture

Liberty and Facts: Isaiah Berlin in the Age of Trump

Speaker: Roger Cohen, New York Times

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition 500 Years of Treasures from Oxford. For more information on the exhibition, please visit cjh.org/oxford.

Ticket Info: Free, RSVP via Smarttix

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lecture

22 | Jun
07:00PM
22 | Jun
07:00PM

lecture

Jews and the Left Reconsidered

Jack Jacobs, editor of Jews and Leftist Politics (Cambridge University Press, 2017) and Jacob Kronhill Visiting Professor at YIVO, will grapple with questions of Jewish participation in different left-wing movements, and will consider potential implications of recent political events on future relations between Jews and the left.

Ticket Info: Free; reservations required online or 212-294-8301 x. 6152

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lecture

04 | Jul
04 | Jul

holidays and closures

Happy Independence Day! The Center is closed.

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holidays and closures

05 | Jul
06:30PM
05 | Jul
06:30PM

course

Tolerance, Culture, and Violence in Medieval Spain

Join Dr. Rachel Stein of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research for this four-week seminar about the culture and politics of Islamic Spain and the of encounters among Jews, Christians, and Muslims that characterized this dynamic period.

Ticket Info: $315; 10% discount for CJH members, use code cjhmember at https://thebrooklyninstitute.com/current-courses/

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course

11 | Jul
07:00PM
11 | Jul
07:00PM

film and discussion

The Muses of Bashevis Singer

Isaac Bashevis Singer, the famous Yiddish writer and Nobel Prize winner wrote with a 'harem' of dozens of translators behind him. Beyond simple translation, these women were a vital source of his creativity. The inspiration he drew from them came in many forms, often mixing romance with professional aspirations. Today nine remain to tell his story. Intimate, poignant interviews and exclusive archival footage combine to portray the unknown story of an author who charmed and enchanted his audiences, just like he charmed and enchanted his translators. A film about both the very art of translation and one of the great figures of twentieth century literature. Director Asaf Galay will join for a discussion and Q&A after the screening.

Ticket Info: $15 general; $10 YIVO members, students at yivo.org/The-Muses-of-Bashevis-Singer or 212-294-8301 x 6152

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film and discussion

12 | Jul
06:30PM
12 | Jul
06:30PM

lecture

Oxford's Aleppo Connection: Edward Pococke (1604-1691) from Humanism to Enlightenment via Hebrew and Arabic Learning

Speaker: Lenn Goodman, Vanderbilt University

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition 500 Years of Treasures from Oxford. For more information on the exhibition, please visit cjh.org/oxford.

Ticket Info: Free, RSVP via Smarttix

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lecture

13 | Jul
06:30PM
13 | Jul
06:30PM

course

Accusing Women

Dr. Yitzhak Lewis of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research will lead this four-week seminar that explores literary tropes of accusation, from Genesis to Borges, and considers their relation to representations of women in Western culture.

Ticket Info: $315; 10% discount for CJH members, use code cjhmember at https://thebrooklyninstitute.com/current-courses/

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course

25 | Jul
06:30PM
25 | Jul
06:30PM

lecture

News and Journalism in the Age of Trump

Speaker: Gerard Baker, Wall Street Journal

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition 500 Years of Treasures from Oxford. For more information on the exhibition, please visit cjh.org/oxford.

Ticket Info: Free, RSVP via Smarttix

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lecture

02 | Aug
06:00PM
02 | Aug
06:00PM

concert

Summer Yiddish Song Celebration

A concert in celebration of the rich breadth of music with Yiddish lyrics including Yiddish Theater Songs, Yiddish Folk Songs, and Yiddish Art Songs. Singers include Eléonore Biezunski, Miryem-Khaye Seigel, and Eliza Bagg. Program details TBA.

Ticket Info: $15 general; $10 YIVO members, students at https://yivo.org/Summer-Yiddish-Song-Celebration or call 212-294-8301 x. 6152

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concert

03 | Sep
03 | Sep

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Sunday, September 3 and Monday, September 4 in honor of Labor Day.

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holidays and closures

04 | Sep
04 | Sep

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Monday, September 4 in honor of Labor Day.

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holidays and closures

20 | Sep
20 | Sep

holidays and closures

The Center will close at 2:00pm on Wednesday, September 20 for Erev Rosh Hashana.

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holidays and closures

21 | Sep
21 | Sep

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Thursday, September 21 for Rosh Hashana.

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holidays and closures

22 | Sep
22 | Sep

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Friday, September 22 for Rosh Hashana.

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holidays and closures

29 | Sep
29 | Sep

holidays and closures

The Center will close at 2:00pm on Friday, September 29 for Erev Yom Kippur.

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holidays and closures

30 | Sep
30 | Sep

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Saturday, September 30 for Yom Kippur.

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holidays and closures

04 | Oct
04 | Oct

holidays and closures

The Center will close at 2pm on Wednesday, October 4 for Erev Sukkot.

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holidays and closures

05 | Oct
05 | Oct

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Thursday, October 5 for Sukkot.

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holidays and closures

06 | Oct
06 | Oct

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Friday, October 6 for Sukkot.

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holidays and closures

11 | Oct
11 | Oct

holidays and closures

The Center will close at 2pm on Wednesday, October 11 Erev Shemini Atzeret.

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holidays and closures

12 | Oct
12 | Oct

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Thursday, October 12 Shemini Atzeret.

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holidays and closures

13 | Oct
13 | Oct

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Friday, October 13 Simchat Torah.

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holidays and closures

22 | Nov
22 | Nov

holidays and closures

The Center will close at 2pm on Wednesday, November 22. It will remain closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving.

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holidays and closures

23 | Nov
23 | Nov

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving.

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holidays and closures

24 | Nov
24 | Nov

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving.

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holidays and closures

25 | Dec
25 | Dec

holidays and closures

The Center is closed Monday, December 25 for Christmas.

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holidays and closures