Chasing Dreams

Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American, organized by the National Museum of American Jewish History, highlights the ways in which our national pastime has served as a pathway for learning and understanding American values for Jews and other immigrant groups and their descendants. Presented locally by the Jewish Historical Society of Michigan and the Detroit Historical Society, Chasing Dreams explores the ways in which baseball has reflected not only the opportunities in American society and culture, but also the challenges—including religious and racial tolerance — faced by our nation and local communities. This national story also includes locally curated stories and artifacts.

EXHIBITION
SEPTEMBER 8 – NOVEMBER 27

DETROIT HISTORICAL MUSEUM
5401 WOODWARD AVE., DETROIT, MI

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FAMILY DAY
NOVEMBER 6

VISIT THE MUSEUM FOR A DAY OF
FAMILY-FRIENDLY PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES.

 

Nosh Gen: Chasing Dreams
with Mike “Stoney” Stone

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2016
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. 
Detroit Historical Museum

$40 pp includes Nosh Gen Noshes,
Wine and Beer, Soft Beverages and more.

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PRESENTED BY:

Detroit Historical Society Jewish Historical Society of Michigan National Museum of American Jewish History

WITH DEEPEST APPRECIATION TO OUR LOCAL DONORS AND SPONSORS:

Applebaum Family Foundation

Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation Mendelson Kornblum Detroit Tigers FoundationDetroit Tigers Foundation