Jewish Heritage Museum March and April Programming POSTPONED
Freehold, NJ. March 16, 2020 – The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County announces the postponement of all of its public programming through the end of April, 2020, due to the Covid-19/coronavirus outbreak.
Programs that will be rescheduled at a later date include: Molly Picon: A Yiddish Gem presented by Dr. Diane Cypkin, originally planned for Sunday, March 22; a talk by Rabbi Michael Klein on The Jews of the Wild West, planned for Sunday, March 29; a workshop entitled Spring into the Marriage and Relationships of Your Dreams, with psychotherapist Dr. Jay Levin scheduled for Thursday, April 2, at 7PM; the documentary film Shalom Bollywood, scheduled for Sunday, April 5 at 2PM; a talk by local resident William Agress on Growing Up Jewish in Rural New Jersey, scheduled for Sunday, April 19; and a talk by Monmouth County artist Leora Asa, A Living Artist and Her Work, planned for Sunday, April 26.
Anyone who holds prepaid reservations for these programs is entitled to a refund.
The Museum is eager to present these programs to the community later this year, and is working to set a new schedule of events for the summer and fall.
For more information on the reopening of the Museum and rescheduling of events can call the Museum at 732-252-6990, or visit the website at www.jhmomc.org. The JHMOMC is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Museum is handicapped and assisted-listening accessible.