The Capital Jewish Museum explores the Jewish experience in the national capital region and inspires visitors to connect, reflect, and act—connect personally and collectively, reflect on the relevance of the past to today, and act on behalf of their communities and values. With its experimental spirit, the Museum connects the past to the present through thought-provoking exhibitions, dynamic programming, and creative public experiences. The Community Action Lab invites visitors to engage through hands on-activities, resources, workshops, games, and more.
Warm up this winter at Camp CJM! Sip on boozy bug juice, gather round for pop-up collection stories with Museum curators, make a friendship bracelet for your bestie, singalong to camp favorites with the Rock Creek Kings, enjoy a smoky mezcal tasting, snacks, and much more! Additional food and drinks available for purchase. Must be 21 or older to attend and present a valid ID at the door.
Early access tickets go on sale for members on December 19, general admission opens December 27. Memberships start at just $36. Click here to become a member a today.
*Chai 💙 tickets help subsidize the cost of regular tickets, making this program more accessible to all.
Funding for the Rock Creek Kings is made possible in part from the Stieber Family endowment in honor of Sol and Esther Scherling Stieber and Martha and Jane Stieber
Image: A group of young women pose for a cabin photo at Kaufmann Camp, popular among Jewish Washingtonians in the 1950s through early 80s. Capital Jewish Museum Collection. Gift of Rhoda Ritzenberg.
Date & Time
Thu, Feb 29, 2024 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM