Making Matzo Memories: Passover Stories, Songs, and Activities
Join us for a family friendly program open to anyone that would like to learn about and share Passover traditions! One of the most well-known Jewish holidays, Passover is the celebration and remembrance of freedom. Join the History Center as we explore the customs of this holiday and the Jewish community’s impact on San Diego.
• Tours of our exhibition Celebrate San Diego! The History & Heritage of San Diego’s Jewish Community, beginning at 11:30am, 1pm, and 2:30pm
• Matzo-making demonstration and tasting, on the half hour
• Art activities, throughout the day
• Storytelling and songs from performer Karen Golden, beginning at 11am, 12:30pm, 2pm, 3:30pm
• Fused glass workshop—make a mezuzah cover or coaster with artist Ilanit Shalev (upcharge $55/person).
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Free activities, donation-based admission to the museum.
San Diego History Center
Sunday, April 9, 2017, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Tickets for activities: Free with admission
Tickets for “Fuse glass workshop”: $55
Fuse Glass Workshop
Create your own fused glass art! Participating guest will make a fused glass tile/coaster (5x5 inches) or Mezuzah cover.
Fused glass is when you take at least 2 layers of glass and melt them in a kiln at 1500F. The 2 layers becomes one layer with the design you created. No experience necessary.
Tickets for “Fuse glass workshop”: $55 per person
Meet our storyteller, Karen Golden
Jewish Stories For Passover from Up Your Street And Around The World
Karen tells stories from her rich Jewish heritage blended with music she plays on her saxophone, ocarina and nose flute. In this highly interactive performance, listeners of all ages will move, sing and travel on words to places both near and far away and experience the sounds, tastes and smells of the Passover season.
Learn more about Karen Golden