June 21, 2021, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Virtual Tour of the Tenement Museum in New York
Monday, June 21, 2021
1:00 pm on Zoom
Join the United Hebrew, Shaare Emeth, Temple Israel and Temple Emanuel Seniors for our June Virtual program. The Tenement Museum provides many opportunities to understand the experiences of immigrants and migrants, and the fundamental role they play in defining our national identity. Our virtual tour will follow the story of the Jewish American Rogarshevsky family from Lithuania who moved to the Lower East Side in New York. The parents, Fannie and Abraham, raised six children in 97 Orchard Street, balancing work, family, and their religious faith during the 1910s. This tour will consider the difficulties of factory work through the experiences of the family’s teenage daughters, and learn about labor unions, working conditions, and the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory. Those who have registered will be emailed a link to join the interactive program on your computer or other device a couple days before the program. Unfortuntely the tenement museum will not allow us to show it on this page or record it so you can only view the tour at the time of the program through the Zoom link they will provide.
We will be providing a boxed lunch for pre-order from Jilly’s Cupcake Bar and Cafe. You will have your choice of:
- Goldie’s Brisket Sandwich on a Brioche Bun with grilled onions, Horseradish on the side. Comes with salad
- Chicken Salad Sandwich. Comes with salad
- Egg Salad Sandwich. Comes with salad
- Chicken Caesar Salad.
If you need gluten free, the salad can be made without croutons and the chicken or egg salad without a bun and will include a gluten free dessert.
The lunches will be available for contactless curbside pick-up between 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Shaare Emeth on Monday, June 21 in the South Lobby circle drive. If you are unable to pick up your meal, please let us know when placing your order.
REGISTRATION and LUNCH ORDERS
Make your reservation by calling Shaare Emeth at 314-569-0010 Lunch orders must be placed by Wednesday, June 16 and be paid for in advance.
This program is made possible through a grant from the Nathan Kahn-Ernestine Kahn-Charles Kahn Foundation of Congregation Temple Israel and by the Women’s Auxiliary Foundation for Jewish Aged, a supporting foundation of Jewish Federation of St. Louis.