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Jewish Museum Milwaukee explores the history of the Jewish community in Southeastern Wisconsin.  Through engaging displays and interactive components, JMM celebrates Milwaukee’s Jewish community and explores the broad American and Jewish experience. Plan your visit today!


Mon - Thurs* 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 3pm
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday 12pm - 4pm
* Open until 7pm every third Thursday of each month.


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Milwaukee, WI 53202 Get Directions (414) 390-5730

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Do you feel really busy? Is there just too much going on—school, extracurriculars, friends, sports, homework, work, family…? How do you take a moment for yourself?

In partnership with Growing Minds, Jewish Museum Milwaukee is offering two one day workshops for teens on mindful practices to reduce stress. Join us to see the newest exhibit, The Seventh Day: Shabbat Revisited, and participate in activities that help teens find strategies to make their own space for rest and rejuvenation.

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This is a FREE program sponsored by Bader Philanthropies, and offered in connection with The Seventh Day: Revisiting Shabbat, an exhibit on display at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, September 13 – December 31, 2017.

Image: Adam Matsoon, Untitled from the series The Invisible Thread, 2012, Photograph.
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Thirty international artists reflect on one of the pillars of Jewish belief: the sanctity of the Sabbath. In our technology driven society, The Seventh Day provides an opportunity to explore the evolution and diversity of Sabbath observance.

7:00 pm Doors Open
7:15 pm Guided Tour of Exhibit
7:45 pm ‘Music for the Soul’ – an acoustic performance with Holly Haebig and Jeff Bray
8:30 pm Guided Tour of Exhibit
Enjoy Friday night food favorites with a twist

$12 members | $20 non-members
RSVP REQUIRED by September 8th
Free Parking
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Were you a regular at the Oriental Pharamcy Lunch Counter? Hy Eglash shares his memories of Milwaukee's East Side and the making of the large-scale sculpture "Oriental Pharmacy Lunch Counter" by Adolph Rosenblatt. ... See MoreSee Less

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