On Sunday, the Museum at Eldridge Street presents a screening of “The Jazz Singer,” the classic 1927 “talkie” in which Jakie Rabinowitz rebels against his observant father. As the museum says on its blog, the Al Jolson film is a story that “could have (only) happened when and where it did – in the 1920s, on the Lower East Side.”
Also on Sunday it’s Eldridge Street’s holiday bazaar. Artisans will be selling one-of-a-kind jewelry and other creations. There will also be items from the museum’s gift shop, including a wide selection of books.
“The Jazz Singer” is at 4 p.m. The bazaar is from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The movie costs $10. The bazaar is free with museum admission. The Museum is located at 12 Eldridge Street.