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Sunday, May 18, 2014
Truck Touch and Marketplace

When:  Sunday, May 18, 2014 from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm (rain or shine)

Where:  Tikvat Israel Congregation, 2200 Baltimore Road, Rockville, MD 20851 (Adjacent to Rockville High School)

Parking:  FREE at Rockville High School

Who:  You! The event is open to the public and is great for families with kids, people who are kids at heart, and for those interested in shopping for items from local vendors.

Cost:  $5 per person – cash only. ALL CHILDREN UNDER AGE 2 ARE FREE!!

What is a Truck Touch?

  • A unique, one-day event which allows children of all ages to climb on, learn about and discover their favorite big trucks and vehicles.  Here is a sampling of vehicles:  Pepco cherry picker, fire truck, ambulance, U-Haul truck, SWAT armored vehicle, stretch limousine, tow truck, UPS truck, K-9 vehicle, rider mower, snow plow, and more!
  • A McGruff the Crime Dog mascot will be on hand to greet and take pictures with children during the event.
  • We are thrilled to include multiple local vendors selling crafts, jewelry, home goods and personal care products, including Premiere Designs Jewelry, Scentsy, Dolly Doodle Designs, Silpada, A Little Pop of Color, To Peace Clothing.
  • This fun family event will also feature food, beverages, Kona Hawaiian shaved ice, face painting and a playground.
  • Our Truck Touch and Marketplace is an opportunity for the ECC to partner with others in the community, provide a fun learning environment, and raise money for our programs.

Questions? Please see our website: www.tikvatisrael.org/ecc or email us at tikvatisraelecc@gmail.com for more information.

Sunday, May 18, 2014
Towson Green Street Fair

Towson Green will host its Spring Refresh Street Fair on Sunday, May 18 from noon to 4 p.m. The event will feature music by The LutherVillains, a spring fashion and home décor trends show by the Towson Town Center GURU Rebecca Klein, and health and wellness demonstrations by partners including the YMCA, LA Fitness, Charm City Yoga, All About Me Day Spa and Salon, Radebaugh Florist, and Baltimore County Public Library Towson Branch.

Guests can enjoy a sampling of light fare from a local food truck, and a special spring treat from Rita’s Italian Ice.

Attendees can enter a chance to win a gift certificate to Cunningham’s. Parking will be validated for guests who park in the East Chesapeake Avenue parking garage (next to the library and courthouse).

Model home tours will be offered throughout the event.

Sunday, May 18, 2014
Jewish Genealogy Society of MD May 18 program

“Finding Documents in Eastern Europe

 and

“Bringing Family Stories to Life through Video”

 The next meeting of the JGSMD will be held on Sunday, May 18, 2014, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., at HADASSAH (3723 Old Court Road, Suite 205) in Pikesville, MD. The program will be a double-header, featuring presentations by Hanna Berger and Lara Diamond.

Lara Diamond, our Co-President and Technology Chair, will talk about some strategies she has used to obtain documents from Ukraine—including the hiring of private researchers, crowdsourcing research for specific towns, and utilizing the resources of the Family History Library. These strategies should be applicable to much of Eastern Europe.

 Hanna Berger, the Program Chair of JGSMD and founder of Bat Ami Strul Productions, will also speak. Genealogy web sites (MyHeritage, Ancestry, FamilySearch, Treelines, etc) are great tools to use for organizing your scribbled notes, but to make those dry notes come alive, to see and hear and smell the world of your ancestors, and to tug at the heartstrings of family, friends, and even strangers, you’ll need something more. Join Hanna Berger in exploring how video can bring to life the long-gone world of your ancestors.

 The program is free for paid members and $5 for non-members (applied to membership fee when a visitor joins JGSMD) after their first meeting. Refreshments will be available. Please check our web site at www.jgsmd.org for late updates and for the time, location, and program of future meetings.

Sunday, May 18, 2014
Luv2Learn

Join us for an eye-opening, fun-filled afternoon of learning from over 20 amazing experts from our own Chizuk Amuno and school communities.

Choose from three half-hour sessions spanning a broad array of subjects ranging from art to health, Jewish learning to personal finance, and science to politics.

Following the Luv2Learn sessions, join us for a wine and cheese reception and more great conversation.

Sunday, May 18, 2014
The Jewish Museum of Maryland presents The Eighth Annual Herbert M. and Irma B. Risch Memorial Program on Immigration

The Risch Memorial Program is the Museum’s largest and most important annual event in our calendar year. Each year we focus on a different aspect of the topic of immigration. This year, as JMM looks at cultural ties between the Chinese and the Jewish Communities though its Project Mah Jongg exhibit, we have invited a very special expert on the Jews of East Asia to be our featured speaker. Rabbi Marvin Tokayer, former Rabbi of the Jewish Community of Japan and author of the Fugu Plan, will deliver the keynote presentation,From Poverty to Culture: The Refugee Community in Shanghai During World War II. 

You won’t want to miss this powerful evocation of how the 20,000 Jews of Shanghai struggled against impossible odds not only to survive, but thrive in this unexpected refuge. Rabbi Marvin Tokayer will bring to life this unique immigrant story.

Support for the Risch Memorial  program is provided by Frank and Helen Risch through the Risch Memorial Endowment Fund at The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.
For more information or tickets, contact Trillion Attwood 410.732.6400 ext.215 or email tattwood@jewishmuseummd.org or visit jewishmuseummd.org.

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