We are a nation of immigrants.
Many Jewish families are descendants of the 2.4 million Eastern European émigrés who came here from 1880-1920.
Every immigrant’s tale is unique, yet they are all the same.
Friday October 27th at 7:30pm
You are invited to bring a photo and/or an object from your own family.
After services, everyone will have an opportunity to tell a story:
Why is this a keepsake? What does this mean to you? Consider your family’s past, treasure the things they brought and give thanks for all they passed on to you.
Roslyn Sholin is the Creative Director for this exhibit. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, she has transformed decades of materials into educationally rich content. The Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History project hosts an online interview.