Free Walk about 19th Century German Jews in the South End

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On Monday July 23rd Alison Barnet, historian, writer and long-time South Ender, will focus on prominent German Jews who lived here from the 1860s to the 1880s.  Highlights of this walk include Temple Israel’s Columbus Avenue synagogue, several meeting places of the period and the Young Men’s Hebrew Association.  Meet Alison at 6 pm at the parking lot at Columbus and Holyoke, next to Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe.

USES walks are free and open to all.  They proceed at an easy pace that anyone can handle.  We limit participation to 20 folks so please sign up with Katy at devintern@uses.org. We welcome well behaved dogs but you may want to leave Fido at home if you want to join Alison at the optional dinner afterwards.  We only do walks when it is not raining.  If the walk needs to be cancelled you will be notified via email on the day of the event.


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