Hosted by Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit, Center for Michigan Jewish Heritage, Temple Beth El
Explore the future of the past
Join us for an evening of learning, exploration and celebration. From a behind-the-scenes tour of the archival wing to live demonstrations of archival practices and services, attendees will get a taste of everything the Jampel Center has to offer. .
Of course, no event is complete without a little nosh and schmoozing as we gather to commemorate this momentous occasion. Dietary laws observed.
Registration is Required (please RSVP by April 30). This event is free and open to the public.
The Joan Meyers Jampel Center for Michigan Jewish Heritage is a place where the rich history and culture of Michigan’s Jewish community will be celebrated and preserved for years to come. It is a collaboration between the Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community Archives and Rabbi Leo M. Franklin Archives.