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1st place for his grade, Jeffrey Morgan, a 7th grader at St. Bartholomew, holds victory in his hands

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$5 Fridays

July 5 – September 27$5 Museum admission for all! Rediscover the Maltz Museum this summer by taking advantage of our special Friday admission price. Not enough time on your first visit to walk through An American Story? Didn’t even know

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SOLD OUT – A Conversation with
Betty Gold featuring “Lost Town”

Sunday, June 9 2pm Free with admission Reservations required SOLD OUT Trochenbrod, the only all Jewish town to ever exist outside of Palestine was obliterated by the Nazis in 1938. This moving documentary tells the story of one man’s obsessive

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Movie Series – “Steel Magnolias”

Wednesday, June 5 6:45pm $5 per person Revolving around Truvy’s Beauty Parlor in a small parish in modern-day Louisiana, this heart wrenching drama is the story of a close-knit circle of friends whose lives come together there.  Starring Sally Field,

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The Maltz Heritage Award Dinner

Thursday, May 30 InterContinental Hotel Cleveland 9801 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland Call David Schafer at 216.593.0589 for ticket information   Delos M. Cosgrove, MD and Cleveland Clinic has been named recipient of the inaugural Maltz Heritage Award. This evening, the Maltz

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Brian Thornton CD Release Party

Wednesday, May 29 7pm Free – reservations required Call Brian at 216.632.8521 Join Cleveland Orchestra cellist Brian Thornton as he pays tribute to his teacher and Holocaust survivor Lev Aronson on his new album,  Kol Nidrei and Beyond, Lev’s Story.

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How We Survive SOLD OUT

Wednesday, May 22 7pm $12/$10 Members SOLD OUT! Three extraordinary women – breast cancer survivor Jan Bursky, Holocaust Survivor Gita Frankel, and Cantor Kathy Sebo of The Temple-Tifereth Israel – each one speaking about survival and keeping the faith under

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Art Show: The Neighborhoods of Cleveland

May 7 – 17 JFSA & PLAN present The Neighborhoods of Cleveland On display in the Maltz Museum lobby Free and open to the public   The art therapy programs at Jewish Family Service Association and Planned Lifetime Assistance Network

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Temple Emanu-El

“From Silence to Recognition” Reception & Screening June 5

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Spots of Light:
Representations of Women in the Holocaust

In partnership with Case Western Reserve University’s Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program Mondays April 22 – May 13 10am – 12pm $55/$45 Museum members includes guided tour of Spots of Light on May 13 These four sessions address

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