The Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to collecting and preserving historical documents, photographs, and memorabilia of the Jewish community of Greater New Haven.
Established in 1976, the Society’s main commitment is to reach the largest audience possible through publications, exhibitions, seminars, and educational programs.
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RECENT EVENT – Annual Meeting – Thanks to Artists Who Donated to the Silent Auction, Mayor Toni Harp, the Honorees, and All Who Attended!
[Photo credit: Al Samuel]
RECENT EVENT – Thanks to all who attended our Wine Tasting!!!
On Sunday, March 25 the The Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven held a Wine Tasting event at the Jewish Community Center co-sponsored with the Jewish Foundation. Special Guest Elliot Brause, Wine Maven and former owner of Quality Wine Shop on Broadway was the main speaker. Elliot spoke about different grapes and varieties of wines. He also gave information on how to read and understand a wine bottle label. There were three stations set-up for a tasting of each wine. Those attending could sample a variety of kosher wines such as reds, whites, dry and sweet. All the wines were supplied by “The Wine Thief” wine shop. Then there was a plentiful and delicious kosher buffet provided by Abel Caterers. To complete this enjoyable event, it was hosted in the newly designed “Terrace Room” which has a grand view of the landscape. A good time was had by all!
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NEW!!! “JEWS IN NEW HAVEN VOLUME 10”
Edited by Dr. David Fischer
NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE!
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