Upcoming August Programs

We’re in our third and final month of the Everyday Heroes Activity Center!  Check out our upcoming August programs to explore our community heroes and the differences that make us beautiful!

FAMILY FUN DAY: Differences Are Beautiful Day
SUN, AUG 4, 1:30 PM
$5 Admission with registration; Free for Under 5 & Maltz Museum Members
Join JFSA’s Horvitz YouthAbility and local author Gabe Feinberg for a day celebrating kindness, compassion, and acceptance. Learn more >>>

 

DAYTIME COFFEE TALK: In The Gallery On The Hebrew Free Loan Association
TUES, AUG 6, 11:30 AM
$10 General; Free for Maltz Museum Members
Learn about the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Northeast Ohio and the heroic helping hand this remarkable community organization has offered to those in need. Learn more >>>

 

LECTURE & WORKSHOP: Memory Keeping: Sharing & Recording Stories For The Next Generation
WED, AUG 7, 7:00 PM
$10 General; $5 for Maltz Museum Members
Join accomplished filmmaker and founder of Simply Told, Natalie Bowman, for a discussion on the importance of sharing memories with future generations. Learn more >>>

 

STORY TIME + STAY & PLAY: Kids Like Me Story Time In The Everyday Heroes Activity Center
THURS, AUG 8, 11:30 AM
Story time is free for everyone. Stay and play for $5
Join us every second Thursday during summer months for Kids Like Me Story Time at the Maltz Museum, then stay and play in the Everyday Heroes Activity Center. Learn more >>>

 

FILM SCREENING & TALK-BACK: Asperger’s Are Us
WED, AUG 14, 6:30 PM
Free with registration
Absurdist comedy troupe, Asperger’s Are Us, the first comedy troupe consisting of openly autistic people, prepares for an ambitious final performance in this coming of age documentary. Learn more >>>

 

LECTURE & TALK-BACK: Becoming A Butterfly: Autism & The Monarch School
WED, AUG 28, 7:00 PM
$10 General; $5 for Maltz Museum Members
The Monarch Center for Autism provides specialized services for children and adults with ASD. Learn about the history and future of Center and the ongoing and diverse needs of ASD youth. Learn more >>>

 

Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place at the Maltz Museum. Advance registration is strongly encouraged. Space is limited.