Museum at Eldridge Street February Events
Taking place during the month of February. Listing comes courtesy of their latest newsletter.
Be sure to visit the official site for additional info on visiting this downtown NYC Gem.
Eldridge Arts & Learning: Stained Glass (Ages 5+)
Sunday, Feb 12
At Eldridge, the more than 60 stained glass windows serve many important roles–from capturing light to displaying beautiful designs, they bring the synagogue to life. Learn about the stained glass and collage a colorful creation of your own! >>Get Tickets
Walking Tour: Love and Courtship on the Lower East Side
Sunday, Feb 12
How did people meet and mingle 100 years ago? Did they confess their love in letters? Go to a matchmaker? Visit sites where love once blossomed, including the former site of a popular dance hall, Seward Park, as well as bustling streets, stoops, and shops. >>Get Tickets
Activism on the Lower East Side Building & Walking Tour
Sunday, Feb 19
Visit landmarks in the movement for social and economic reform on the Lower East Side at the turn of the 20th century. Explore the struggle for women’s rights, educational opportunity, and economic equality that left a permanent mark on our city and country. >>Get Tickets
Cinema Chats: “The Automat”
Wednesday, Feb 22
Join us over Zoom with The Automat director Lisa Hurwitz to get an exclusive behind-the-scenes account of the making of this beloved and acclaimed documentary film. The program will be moderated by Lucy Shahar.
Irving Berlin: From Penniless Immigrant to America’s Unlikely Composer
Tuesday, Feb 28
Hear from author Paul Kaplan over Zoom about his new book examining celebrated musician Irving Berlin. Learn how he rose from the humblest of origins to become one of America’s most prolific songwriters. >>Get Tickets