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Museum at Eldridge to Host 1920s Synagogue Soirée

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The Museum at Eldridge sends word they will be having a 1920’s-style “Synagogue Soiree” on Wednesday, February 23rd.  They write: The Museum at Eldridge Street travels back in time to the Roaring Twenties for our Synagogue Soirée featuring 1920s-inspired music, drinks, nosh and dress code. We draw inspiration from an era when the Lower East Side was home to a burgeoning nightlife and art scene. Dig out your wingtip shoes, slip on a flapper dress, don a fedora and soak in the ambience of our magnificent historic site, the 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue. Sounds like a lot of fun. $15 adults; $10 for Museum Facebook & Twitter followers // 9pm-12am // 12 Eldridge Street.

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