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Opening for ‘Mirrors of the Divine Spark,’ the Metal Work of Noah Baumwoll at Hebrew Tabernacle Synagogue

Out of cold, hard metal Noah Baumwoll fabricates cityscapes, altars, temples, gods, goddesses, and warm, friendly life forms that dance, meditate, play music and do yoga. He integrates his cross cultural connections and traditions into a cohesive oneness that becomes a mirror of the divine spark that lives inside us all.

 

Songs of the Seasons at Fort Washington NYPL

Join children’s musician Ian Hayes for a seasonal sing-a-long! Bring your toddlers and little ones for an interactive music show to welcome the changing season with song and dance. Ian will perform children’s favorites, as well as classics that Mom and Dad will enjoy. Fun for the whole family! Best for children ages 0-5 years with parent/caregiver.

Exhibition Tour—The Colmar Treasure: A Medieval Jewish Legacy at The Met Cloisters

A cache of jeweled rings, brooches & coins, the precious possessions of a Jewish family of medieval Alsace, was hidden in the 14th century in the wall of a house in Colmar, France. Discovered in 1863 and on view in this exhibition at The Met Cloisters, the Colmar Treasure revives the memory of a once-thriving Jewish community that was scapegoated and put to death when the Plague struck the region with devastating ferocity in 1348–49.