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- Museum at Eldridge Street, New York NY
Eldridge Street After Hours: Trivia Night
Cost including two drinks: $10 per person; $5 for the Museum’s Facebook friends
Which NYC pizzeria was the first in the United States, opened in 1895?
What did Gretchen Weiner’s father invent?
Who were the architects of the Eldridge Street Synagogue?
Make new friends while impressing the crowd with your quirky knowledge of New York City, history and beyond. As always, drinks and snacks will be included, so stop by after work for some fun, socializing, and friendly competition!
Eldridge Street After Hours (ESAH) is a monthly Happy Hour for people in their 20s and 30s on the third Thursday of each month. The Museum at Eldridge Street, located in the historic 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue, provides a magnificent venue to share with your friends, family and significant others.
The mission of the Museum at Eldridge Street is to strengthen, support, protect and promote the 1887 landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue as a dynamic cultural and educational center that tells the story of Jewish immigrant life at the turn of the last century, explores architecture and historic preservation, inspires reflection and cultural continuity, and fosters inter-group exchange.
Space is limited. RSVP required.
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