EXHIBIT on RECENT JEWISH IMMIGRANTS
from the FORMER SOVIET UNION
is TRAVELING through MIDDLESEX COUNTY!
Last year, the Jewish Historical Society of Central Jersey received a grant from the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders to develop a traveling exhibit and to record oral histories on recent Jewish immigrants from the Former Soviet Union.
AnsheEmeth Memorial Temple, New Brunswick
South Brunswick Public Library
Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County
Click HERE to read the details about this exhibit and to learn how you can bring it to your congregation or community.
Dedicated to the preservation of the Jewish history of Central New JerseyThe JHSCJ was organized on November 7, 1977, and now serves Middlesex, Union, Somerset, Mercer, Warren, and Hunterton Counties in New Jersey. Our society is supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County, and is an affiliate of the American Jewish Historical Society. We urge you to BECOME A MEMBER.
About Our Society
The mission of the Jewish Historical Society of Central Jersey is to promote, research, and publish all facets of Central New Jersey's Jewish experience. We maintain an Archival Collection which is available to researchers. We promote educational programs and exhibits for both the Jewish and general communities. We hope to foster pride in our heritage to all our Jewish constituents, whether they are old-time residents or recent arrivals.
Come pay us a visit! We are open from 10:00 a.m. --1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.