The Speakers Bureau
The Speakers Bureau is a dynamic program of the Jewish Museum of Maryland that offers public speakers for groups and engagements around the state of Maryland. The Bureau is composed of knowledgeable professionals, members of the board, staff and volunteers of the Museum. When you choose one of our speakers, your group will benefit from new insights into exciting aspects of Jewish history and culture.
The cost to book a speaker is $50.00, plus the cost of mileage for the speaker to travel to and from the event (except for the Immigrants Trunk program). Please contact Abby Krolik at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.732.6400 x235 for more information or to schedule a program.
This program is generously sponsored by Attman's Deli.
The Jewish Kitchen: A Link between Generations
Esther Weiner, Food Maven and JMM Shop Manager
Our Jewish family history is irrecoverably linked to each generation through the medium of food-centered activities! This presentation includes a cooking demonstration (and yummies to nosh!).
Leo V. Berger Immigrant's Trunk
Discover the lives of actual Jewish immigrants to Baltimore at the turn of the twentieth century through dramatic living history performances. Professional actors interpret the lives of Ida Rehr - a Ukranian immigrant who worked in the garment industry - and Saul Bernstein - a Lithuanian peddler who became a professional artist.
The cost for the living history program is $300 plus mileage reimbursement at $0.50/mile.