All-of-a-Kind Family Walking Tour

Museum At Eldridge Street 12 Eldridge Street, New York

Take the kids on a summer trip to the literary Lower East Side!Take the kids on a summer trip to the literary Lower East Side! Join us on this walking tour and follow in the footsteps of Ella, Henny, Sarah, Charlotte, and Gertie, the beloved ... Read more

Lower East Side Walking Tour

Museum At Eldridge Street 12 Eldridge Street, New York

Stroll through the neighborhood's 100-year-old history!With our museum docent Richard Soden, stroll through the neighborhood's 100-year-old history with the street smarts he's earned as a long-time Lower East Side resident. Learn about what life was like for Jewish immigrants at the turn of the last ... Read more

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From the Zohar to Modern Hasidism I

Adult EducationMysticism has been part of the Jewish experience since the Biblical period. We will explore the Zohar, the central work of medieval Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism), its development, its role as a reaction to the rationalism of Maimonides, and the ways in which it came ... Read more

“Kol Isha”: Pioneering Women Cantors 1923-1972

Join us for a virtual program with Henry Sapoznik about pioneering female cantors from the 20th-Century.The first women ordained as a cantor happened in 1975, but women have been professionally singing the traditional synagogue liturgy publicly more than a half-century before. The phrase "Kol Isha" ... Read more

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Deuteronomy: One God, One People, One Sanctuary, One Land I

Adult EducationDeuteronomy is unique among the 5 books of the Torah. We will begin with its historical context and the ways it rewrites earlier episodes in the history of Biblical Israel. Some of the topics we will explore include the Ten Commandments, the meaning of ... Read more

Recurring

Shuls of Grandeur on the Lower East Side

Museum At Eldridge Street 12 Eldridge Street, New York

Of the hundreds of synagogues on the Lower East Side during the turn of the last century, two magnificent examples remain. Get Tickets One is the first great house of worship built by Eastern European Jews, and the other a former church, believed to be ... Read more

From the Zohar to Modern Hasidism I

Adult EducationMysticism has been part of the Jewish experience since the Biblical period. We will explore the Zohar, the central work of medieval Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism), its development, its role as a reaction to the rationalism of Maimonides, and the ways in which it came ... Read more

Deuteronomy: One God, One People, One Sanctuary, One Land I

Adult EducationDeuteronomy is unique among the 5 books of the Torah. We will begin with its historical context and the ways it rewrites earlier episodes in the history of Biblical Israel. Some of the topics we will explore include the Ten Commandments, the meaning of ... Read more