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The Sephardi-Mizrahi Shuk

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The Sephardi-Mizrahi Shuk

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Sunday 30 June 2024
11am – 3pm

Join us as the Museum is transformed into a bustling Sephardi-Mizrahi marketplace – or Shuk – typical to Jewish communities of the Iberian Peninsula, the Middle East, North Africa and parts of Asia.

Experience the varied Jewish traditions from these regions through sights, sounds, and aromas: from Iraqi music and Yemen-inspired dance, to Jewish superstitions from Egypt, and of course cuisine – from bourekas, to falafel, Moroccan-spiced fish and more. There will also be an opportunity to tour the Museum’s collection of Sephardi-Mizrahi artefacts, showcasing the rich heritage and history of these communities.

Don’t miss out on this unforgettable day of vibrant festivities, food, and fun for the whole family.

A ticket includes three courses of food and access to all activities.

Tickets:
$40 Non-Member Adult
$30 Member
$25 Youth (Under 25) / Concession
Kids 5 and under are free

The Sephardi-Mizrahi Shuk

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Sunday 30 June 2024
11am – 3pm

Join us as the Museum is transformed into a bustling Sephardi-Mizrahi marketplace – or Shuk – typical to Jewish communities of the Iberian Peninsula, the Middle East, North Africa and parts of Asia.

Experience the varied Jewish traditions from these regions through sights, sounds, and aromas: from Iraqi music and Yemen-inspired dance, to Jewish superstitions from Egypt, and of course cuisine – from bourekas, to falafel, Moroccan-spiced fish and more. There will also be an opportunity to tour the Museum’s collection of Sephardi-Mizrahi artefacts, showcasing the rich heritage and history of these communities.

Don’t miss out on this unforgettable day of vibrant festivities, food, and fun for the whole family.

A ticket includes three courses of food and access to all activities.

Tickets:
$40 Non-Member Adult
$30 Member
$25 Youth (Under 25) / Concession
Kids 5 and under are free

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