23 2019

Jewish-American History Trivia Night at the Cincinnati Skirball Museum

6:30PM - 9:00PM  

Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati Skirball Museum
3101 Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220

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that a Jewish-American movie star invented the technology leading to Wi-Fi?
that Major League baseball player Moe Berg was also a spy?
that Cincinnati is the birthplace of a newspaper publisher
who made The New York Times what it is today?

Now you do! Learn more about the fascinating lives of noteworthy Jewish Americans by participating in Jewish-American History-themed trivia at the Cincinnati Skirball Museum. Bring your friends and meet other young professionals for this fun trivia night in conjunction with the Skirball Museum exhibition Striking Medals: 50 Years of the Jewish-American Hall of Fame. Join the ranks of acclaimed Jewish-American Hall of Fame recipients who are Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award winners, Sports Hall of Fame and Radio Hall of Fame inductees, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients, and more! The Striking Medals exhibition will be open before the trivia game so you can brush up on your facts and see the medals that honor notable Jewish Americans. Snacks and drinks provided.

Sponsor: THE CINCINNATI JUDAICA FUND (Cincinnati Museum Center) of The Cambridge Charitable Foundation by Marc A. Randolph, Trustee