By Invitation Only: Living Museum Reception
Time & Location
About The Event
This meaningful Jewish artifact exhibit is curated by our students, under the guidance of longtime teachers, Mary Baumgarten and Susie Chalom. The reception and time with Hazzan Lipton will provide you with a chance to learn more about Talmud Torah’s current educational programming, success stories, and areas of opportunity for our school.
9:45 a.m.: Invitation-Only Reception
10:00 a.m.: Brief Program and Talmud Torah Update with Head of School, Hazzan Jeremy Lipton
10:30 a.m.: Grand Opening of Living Museum
More about the Living Museum:
The Living Museum is a remarkable exhibit of personal family artifacts, created by our Hey (5th grade) students, in collaboration with their families. The artifacts are presented in a professional museum setting, and the students are on hand for the Grand Opening to serve as docents for their hand-selected pieces.
The Hey Living Museum is an annual tradition and highlight for our 5th graders. It is one more way we are celebrating Talmud Torah's 125th Anniversary and providing students with educational experiences and lifelong tools to live intentionally Jewish lives.
If you cannot attend but would like to give a tribute gift in honor of the Living Museum, please click here.