The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Has a Super Christmas Special

Mon 12/25 @ 11AM-5PM

Someone put positively rabbinical-level thought into what the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will do on Christmas, during which the place observes regular hours.

Admission is pay-what-you-can or via a canned-good food donation and/or pay what you can toward Museum admission (advance restration is suggested via this website.)

Besides the festive food drive there will be crafts and custom-made New Year’s cards. The exhibit Beyond Chicken Soup: Jews & Medicine in America and other regular displays are accessible.

A part we really like is a marathon screening of 1940s-vintage  Fleischer Brothers Superman cartoons. Not only state-of-the-art animation for the era, but a twist on the notion of a Really Nice Guy coming down from the heavens to save the Earth. And don’t forget, Superman was created by two Jewish guys from Cleveland.

All canned goods will be donated to the Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.


[Written by Charles Cassady]

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