Monday, October 4, 2010
November and December Programs Now on Sale
If you like laughter, mah jongg, Chinese food, family fun, and Yiddish songs, and you crave compelling books, beautiful films, and provocative plays, thoughtful conversations, and important new scholarship, you’ll love the new season of public programs at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. I don’t want to give everything away —don’t you hate when a movie preview does that? — but it is sure to be a busy couple of months.
Photo: Jennifer 8. Lee, author of The Fortune Cookie Chronicles, will be one of the speakers at Jews and Chinese Food on November 7.