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Homeschool Days at the Jewish Museum of Maryland are special days designed for homeschoolers of all ages to participate in our thematic, hands-on experiences centered around the Museum’s exhibits. Students are encouraged to work together, ask questions, and think critically.The Immigrant Experience Thursday, November 7th, 2019 10:00am to 1:00pm Grade Level: 1st to 12th Cost: $2 per student, $3 per adult chaperone (group leaders/educators are complimentary)Walk through the Jonestown neighborhood and experience the sights and sounds of Lombard Street and learn about the immigrant families that called this neighborhood home. Enjoy a living history character performance from special guest, Ida Rehr. Hear Ida share her story as a Ukrainian immigrant who worked in Baltimore’s garment industry. For a schedule of activities, please visit: http://jewishmuseummd.org/single/homeschool-day-immigration/Registration is required. Contact the School Program Coordinator at pwoodhouse@jewishmuseummd.org or 443-873-5167 to register. Registration includes access to the rest of the Museum for the day of the program.

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