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The Story of the Jews: An Evening with Simon Schama
Tuesday, Oct 9th
7:00 PM

$25 (includes your choice of a copy of either Volume 1 or 2
10 East 66th Street

This is our story, and no one tells it with more passion and precision than Simon Schama, author of both volumes of The Story of the Jews, tied to the PBS and BBC series of the same name. We are honored to welcome Dr. Schama, Professor of Art History at Columbia University, author of numerous award-winning books, cultural essayist for The New Yorker and writer/presenter of more than 30 documentaries.

Who We Are: For Films. One People.
Oct 10th - Mar 13th
6:30 PM

$36 General Admission (includes all four programs) | $180 Premium Ticket (reserved seating, post-show receptions with speakers, and a copy of "You Don't Look Your Age...and Other Fairy Tales")
10 East 66th Street

Ordinary people facing the extraordinary are the heart of exceptional documentaries, and The Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center is proud to present four such films, followed by conversations with their subjects.

Tuesday, Oct 23rd
7:00 PM

$36 General Admission (includes a copy of the book) $99 Premium Ticket (includes reserved section, post-event reception and a copy of the book)
10 East 66th Street

Join us for an evening with Melissa Rivers, daughter of beloved entertainer and Temple Emanu-El member, Joan Rivers.

All About Seltzer: The Jewish Champagne
Tuesday, Oct 30th
6:30 PM

10 East 66th Street

Enjoy an effervescent evening with Barry Joseph, author of Seltzertopia: The Extraordinary Story of an Ordinary Drink, Kenny Gomberg, the third-generation owner of Gomberg Seltzer Works in Canarsie and hit cookbook author, Adeena Sussman. And sample the old-fashioned creations at a Gomberg-flavored seltzer and egg cream station!

Jewish Lives, Jewish Legacies
Tuesday, Dec 4th
6:30 PM

10 East 66th Street

Eight prominent authors who’ve written biographies of some of the world’s preeminent Jews will join us to talk about their subjects’ struggles and achievements — and what they can teach us about who we are as a people.

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