We’re having an idea party, and you’re invited.
Whether we’re discussing history or new ideas, the meaning of freedom or the joys and challenges of being who you are in today’s America, join us for an ever-changing roster of dynamic programming that brings the museum and exhibitions to life.
Grateful Dead Yoga
Grateful Dead Yoga
Wednesday, October 5 at 6:00 pm
Free with Museum admission. Space is limited, so first come, first served. Please bring your own mat.
Join Philly Yoga Factory
for an all-levels yoga class taught to the tunes of The Grateful Dead and other legendary bands from the 60s and 70s.
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Second Sunday Family CornerFamily-friendly
Second Sunday Family Corner
Second Sunday Family Activities
Sunday, October 9, 2016 • 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Free with Museum admission
Join us for a rocking day of family
fun. Explore the special exhibition with a family guide or join a family
friendly tour. Partake in many rocking activities including musical
games and music lessons. Make your own instruments in our arts and
crafts corner, or enjoy Grateful Dead and Friends, Family Friendly Yoga
from 10:30 -12:30.
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Dreamers and Doers: Larry MagidLectures & Discussions
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Dreamers and Doers: Larry Magid
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
6-7 pm Meet-and-greet-reception
7-8 pm Program
Can't make it in person? Watch tonight's program here at 7 pm!
Join Larry Magid
, legendary concert and tour promoter and Tony Award-winning Broadway producer, as he shares personal insights into his six decades in the music industry that began on the street corners of West Philadelphia and left an indelible mark on concert his
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The Holocaust: History and MemoryBooks & Writers, Lectures & Discussions
The Holocaust: History and Memory
Carroll Weinberg Memorial Lecture
Thursday, October 20 at 6:30 pm
$12/Free for NMAJH members and FPRI members at the $100 level
To recieve your FPRI member code, please contact Payton Windell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (215) 732-3774 x122.
Renowned historian Jeremy Black (University of Exeter), Senior Fellow at FPRI, will discuss his new book, and explain how the Holocaust has been remembered and misremembered since WWII.
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Grahame Lesh: Growing Up Grateful DeadConcerts & Performances, Exhibitions
Grahame Lesh: Growing Up Grateful Dead
Sneak Peek Series with the Ardmore Music Hall
Thursday, October 27 at 2 pm
$10/Free for NMAJH and Ardmore Music Hall Members
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Join Grahame Lesh, son of Grateful Dead bassist, Phil Lesh, for an acoustic performance filled with stories of growing up around the Grateful Dead and how Bill Graham impacted his life.
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