Friday, June 28, 2013

Museum Offers Pay-What-You-Wish On July 4th!

Visit the National Museum of American Jewish History this July 4th!
Admission is Pay What You Wish!
Photo Credit: Matthew Christopher

Celebrate what freedom means to you on July 4th at NMAJH!
The Museum is open and Pay What You Wish all day.

Write a letter declaring your freedom using a quill and dive into arts and crafts projects like flag making and pin decorating. Self-guided tours will be offered throughout the day as will story times. Don't forget to stop by our 4th floor and see our object of the month, the historic letter written by George Washington on religious liberty for all.

Finally, interact with acclaimed Philadelphia-based artists Keir Johnston and Ernel Martinez. Hand-stitch your own pieces of fabric, which will be incorporated into their textile-based installation,Hemmed Up: Stories through Textiles.

For more information on July 4th, visit the Museum's website.  

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