Matzah at the Museum - Honoring Jewish holiday of Passover @ChildMuseumATL

Just thought I would share an email I received about The Children's Museum of Atlanta hosting a special event in honor of the Jewish Holiday of Passover.  Read below to learn more.  This event is open to people of all faith's to attend and learn more. 


Children’s Museum of Atlanta to host ‘Matzah at theMuseum’ on Sunday, April 17
Families invited to celebrate Passover with crafts, activities, performances and more!

ATLANTA (March 29, 2016) – Children’s Museum of Atlanta and the Marcus Jewish Community Center have teamed up to host Matzah at the Museum on Sunday, April 17 from 2 – 5 p.m.! This special event, which is part of the Museum’s signature “Meet the Holidays” program to celebrate and explore world cultures, will honor the Jewish holiday of Passover. Families are invited to enjoy a variety of themed activities, including craft stations, storytime, sing-alongs, science experiments and more. There will also be a special performance by Rabbi Brian Glusman to learn more about this holiday of freedom and liberation. People of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome to enjoy this fun-filled event!

WHAT:          Matzah at the Museum

WHEN:          Sunday, April 17
            2 – 5 p.m.
                       
                        Event Schedule:
                        2 p.m. – Stories with PJ Library
                        3 p.m. – Passover songs and stories with Rabbi Glusman
                        4 p.m. – Super Spectacular Science Passover Show

WHERE:       Children’s Museum of Atlanta
275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive, NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

HOW:             This event is included in each regular admission to Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Admission for ages 1 – 100 is $14.95 (+tax). Children under one are free. Space is limited, so families are encouraged to act quickly and reserve their space in advance by calling ahead or purchasing a timed ticket online.

INFO:             childrensmuseumatlanta.org/calendar/matzah-at-the-museum/    


For more information or to support Children's Museum of Atlanta, visit childrensmuseumatlanta.org
or call 404.659.KIDS [5437]

Comments

  1. That's so great that there's a museum that honor the Jewish holiday.

    I had a co-worker that I miss so much. She is Jewish. She quit to move to Atlanta to be near one of her kids. They have a more supportive Jewish community there.

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  2. I have never been to the Children's Museum in Atlanta. I'd love to go. We just had family in from Georgia visiting, and I thought of you. :)

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