Lakes, Lanyards, and Learning: The Story of New England Jewish Summer Camps
June 12, 2022
Start your summer with a virtual visit to camp! Join the New England Jewish History Collaborative for a fascinating event exploring the story of Jewish summer camps in New England, featuring historian Jonathan Krasner, PhD.
Join Ellen Rovner, PhD, for a tasty trip into the history of delis in the U.S., including some memorable local delis of the past, the resurgence of the Jewish deli, and what makes delis a unique experience. Dinner provided by Mameleh’s Delicatessen.
Kitchen Explorations is a series from the Jewish Arts Collaborative that features the diversity of the Jewish experience through food. Join Chef Michael Leviton as he reimagines family recipes from across the Jewish world. In this latest installment, Chef Michael Leviton talks to Marcia Weiss about her grandmother Mary Gabay’s Passover minas, Turkish Passover treats that resemble matzo empanadas.
We offer a variety of programs featuring stories and themes from our archival collections. In addition to programs scheduled at our Boston location, JHC staff members are available to talk to your school, synagogue, community center, or organization, for in-person or virtual presentations.