Tuesday, April 1, 7 pm
Join author Dane Huckelbridge as holds a talk about the history of Bourbon, the American Spirit. First brewed by backwoods Appalachian pioneers, bourbon is now a modern multibillion-dollar international industry. The event will also include a tasting of bourbon as you join in the discussion. For more info or to purchase tickets online, click here.
Wednesday, April 2nd, 6:30
The Tenement Musuem and co-sponsors Facing History and Ourselves will show the documentary film I Learn America. The movie highlights the story of five young immigrants coming of age at the International High School at Lafayette in Brooklyn. After a short screening, the filmmakers will join their student subjects in a discussion on the experience of growing up as an immigrant in America as they strive to master English, adapt to life with families they haven't seen in years, and many other topics. For more information, click here.
Thursday, April 3, 7 pm
Come celebrate the 5th annual Meatball Slapdown hosted by Brooklyn Grange and The Brooklyn Kitchen. The event will support their respective youth driven educational programs: City Growers and Classrooms in the Kitchen. Tickets are $60 and include the price of food and beer. For more information, or to purchase tickets online, click here.
Sunday, April 6th, 1-2 pm
The Museum of Jewish Heritage will host Holocaust survivor, Ruth Schloss as she talks about her testimony as a Holocaust survivor. In 1939, Schloss was sent on a Kindertransport to France. Later captured and sent to Camp Rivesalt, she was rescued by a priest and hid in a convent until the end of the war. For more information, click here.