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Lost & Found Music Series

The Museum at Eldridge Street's Lost & Found Music Series extends our preservation mission, presenting Jewish musical forms that are at risk of disappearing. This fall, we present works that are inspired by and reinterpret the Golden Age of Cantorial Music to mark the 125th anniversary of the Eldridge Street Synagogue.

The Morris Kaplan Scholar-in-Residence Program

The Museum's Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Regina Stein is an engaging instructor of Jewish history and culture. Dr. Stein also teaches at the Skirball Program for Adult Jewish Learning at Temple Emanu-El, the Context Program of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and other New York area synagogues and institutions.

The Museum at Eldridge Street's Adult Learning program is funded, in part, by the Alice Lawrence Foundation.

Preservation Detectives Family Program

Binoculars? Check. Notepads? Check. Magnifying glasses? Check. Preservation Detectives, grab your tools and prepare for adventure. Step into a world filled with color, stories, and secrets. Climb stairs, count stars, open doors, even peek inside these 125 year old walls. Each month features a different theme, art project, and a new discovery.

Building & Rebuilding Architecture Series

Talks, open houses and walking tours explore the art, architecture and preservation of the Eldridge Street Synagogue and New York City's built environment.

Egg Rolls & Egg Creams Festival

Our annual block party, taking place every June, is a joyous cross-cultural celebration paying homage to the Jewish and Chinese communities of our neighborhood. Enjoy music, food, folk art demos and crafts, including klezmer and cantorial music, Chinese opera, Yiddish and Chinese lessons, mah jongg, scribal arts and more.

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August 2014
Sunday, August 10 from 11 am to noon

Restoration Exploration

What do wavy floors, crumbling walls, and glistening stained glass windows have in common? Grab a flashlight, follow the clues, and find out! Preservation Detectives discover how the magnificent Eldridge Street Synagogue was saved and what was left behind. Explore hidden spaces, interactive exhibits, and create colorful window designs.

$15 per family - space is limited and reservations are required

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 10 from 2 to 3:30 pm

Love and Courtship Walking Tour

Explore romance 19th-century style. Visit former dance halls, cafés, synagogues and other sites where sparks once flew on the Lower East Side. Enjoy a glass of beer in our glorious space before the walk.

$25 per person - Space is limited, and RSVP is required

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Wednesday, August 13 from 7 to 9 pm

Concert – Rebetica Greek Music

While Rebetica music was customarily heard in intimate cafés and coffee houses, on August 13 our Moorish-style sanctuary is the striking setting for this highly emotional, raw and earthy Greek music. Featuring Yaron Hanoka (vocals and darbuka), Avram Pengas (bouzouki and vocals), Nich Mandoukas (guitar and vocals), Steve Schwab (bass) and David Malka (drums).

$20 adults; $15 students and seniors

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Sunday, August 17 from 11 am to 12:30 pm

Lower East Side Walking Tour

Once home to the largest Jewish population in the world, the Lower East Side still bears traces of Jewish life from the turn of the last century. Visit synagogues, Yiddish newspaper buildings, socialist hot spots and more while sampling treats from local vendors, including the best pickle shop in New York City.

$25 per person, includes a light nosh - Space is limited and RSVP is required

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Special Thanks

The Museum's educational and cultural programs are supported, in part, with grants provided by 180 Varick Street, The David Berg Foundation, Bloomberg, The Brenner Family Foundation, Elias A. Cohen Foundation, Charles Cohn Foundation, The Edouard Foundation, Mitzi & Warren Eisenberg Family Foundation, Epstein Teicher Philanthropies Foundation, The David Geffen Foundation, The Goos Family, Marc Haas Foundation, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Jewish Community Youth Foundation, Eugene Lang Foundation, The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation, Alice Lawrence Foundation, Marta Joe Lawrence Charitable Trust, The Samuel M. Levy Family Foundation, Lucius N. Littauer Foundation, The Loeb Family- Third Point Foundation, Mort Mandel Philanthropic Trust, Manhattan Borough President's Office - Borough Needs, NYC & Co. Foundation/MBPO Cultural Tourism, Sun Hill Foundation, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, New York City Council, The Honorable Margaret Chin, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in Partnership with the City Council, New York City Department for the Aging, NYC Gives (Municipal Employee Giving Campaign- NYC), NYC Gives (Federal Employee Giving Campaign - NYC), New York State Council on the Arts, Leo Rosner Foundation, Charles and Mildred Schnurmacher Foundation, Inc., Michael Tuch Foundation, Lise & Jeffrey Wilks Family Foundation in memory of Jerry and Emily Spiegel, Y.H. Mirzoeff & Sons Foundation, Inc., and Valley National Bank.