29 May 2008

New York: Jewish walking tour, June 1

The 92nd Street Y is sponsoring a Jewish Colonial America — Lower Manhattan Walking Tour, from 11am-1.30pm, Sunday, June 1.

Visit the sites of early Jewish settlements in lower Manhattan, including the early Spanish/Portuguese rented synagogues, Mill Street Synagogue, Colonial Revival Houses and the famous Stone Street, home of Asser Levi, the Jewish rights activist and first kosher butcher in New York.

Participants will meet at the corner of Pearl and Broad streets, across from Fraunces Tavern Museum. The charge is $25 per person.

For more information and to register, click here.

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