When Harlem was Jewish Tour
Join Yeshiva University History Professor Jeffrey S. Gurock, author of When Harlem was Jewish, 1870-1930, on a walk through the sites of Jewish religious life in the remarkable urban settlement of Harlem, once the second largest Jewish community in the United States. In 1917, it was home to more than 175,000 Jews. Contact 212.374.4100 x1 or 3, lesconservancy@ aol.com, www.nycjewishtours.org
Sunday, March 29, 11:15 a.m. (tour is approximately 3 hours with easy walking and a few stairs). Meet at the bus in front of Congregation Ohab Zedek, East 95th St. (bet. Columbus and Amsterdam). Pre-registration payment required by March 25. Adults $27, seniors & students $25 $3.00 discount with paid pre-registration by March 23.