Manhattan museum has virtual spring lunch

Manhattan museum has virtual spring lunch

The Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust will host its spring women’s luncheon, featuring Holocaust survivor Dr. Edith Eva Eger of California online. The psychologist and author will join a conversation with Sarah Maslin Nir, a New York Times reporter and daughter of a Holocaust survivor; the luncheon also will include remarks from Amy Spitalnick, the executive director of Integrity First for America and granddaughter of Holocaust survivors.

The afternoon, which will include an online silent action, benefits the museum. It is set for Thursday, March 31 at 1 p.m.

As they did at last year’s annual luncheon, participants will gather virtually on Zoom. Co-chairs include Ann Oster of Englewood, Patti Askwith Kenner, Kathy Gantz, Stacey A. Saiontz, and Minna Seitelman, all of New York.

Register by making a charitable contribution of at least $180 or buying a sponsorship at For more information, go to

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