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.
Discover Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg after hours. Dig deeper into exhibit stories with Spotlight Talks with CJM curators and Clare Cushman from the Supreme Court Historical Society, delve into why the Court matters to all of us, and craft your own dissent notebook, while indulging in nosh and drinks. All museum exhibitions are open for exploration during dynamic event.
Must be 21 or older to attend and present a valid ID at the door. Ticket includes two drinks. Additional drinks available for purchase.
Photo credit: Members of Congregation Beth El of Montgomery County celebrate the completion of their newly constructed building, January 1958. Gift of Beth El of Montgomery County, Capital Jewish Museum Collection.
Date & Time
Thu, Oct 19, 2023 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM