History Hunters: A Kid's Life at Synagogue
The past comes alive in this brand-new family program that takes children back in time to discover what childhood was like a century ago. In this session, we'll focus on what it was like to be a kid at the Eldridge Street Synagogue in the early 1900s. Seats with a view? Check. Bar Mitzvah cheat sheet? Check. Penny chocolate bars? Check (and yum)! This is the second session in our History Hunters series. Stay tuned for upcoming sessions on A Kid's Life at Home and A Kid's Life at Work.
Venue: Museum at Eldridge Street
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