Michiana Jewish Historical Society announces YEAR OF THE STORY
Plus, you're invited to "Turning Points in Michiana Jewish History" on December 11th
The Michiana Jewish Historical Society is proud to announce 2023 as our YEAR OF THE STORY with the kickoff at our annual meeting on December 11, 2022, at 1:30 p.m. at The History Museum, 808 West Washington Street, just west of downtown South Bend.
Our history is more than unrelatable dates; it is my story, your story, and your family’s story that make us feel proud and define who we are to ourselves and to the world.
The theme of the annual meeting is “Turning Points in Michiana Jewish History.” We’ll be moderating an in-person discussion with the men and women who were there for the big moments that shaped our local Jewish landscape. Panelists will be announced via email, so make sure you’re on our mailing list by visiting our website: MichianaJewish.org -- this is something you won’t want to miss.
MJHS is a completely volunteer-run organization that has brought you the book L’Dor V’dor, Pickle Me!, Judaica Roadshows, Schmoozapaloozas, the Finding Jewish South Bend scavenger hunt downtown, and our long-running Family Tree Project.
Please join us on December 11th at the History Museum and be on the look-out for future events in our YEAR OF THE STORY, including the return of author Gabrielle Robinson’s Telling Our Stories storytelling workshop in January. Stay tuned!