Experience Jewish Culture through Food and Tradition at the Great Lakes Children’s Museum

James Beard said, “Food is our common ground, a universal experience.” During the final play session on Friday, December 22, Great Lakes Children’s Museum invites families to a find common ground and broaden their experiences through a universally beloved food: the fried potato.

For this free, two-hour program, friend of the Museum and self-described “lover of all things potatoes” Barry Levine will be showing children and family members how to make latkes. Mr. Levine’s latke recipe has won multiple awards and has been published in the Record Eagle.

Children will also learn how to play dreidel and even have the option of snacking on a latke if they wish!

This program follows a relaxed, drop-in format and is free for members and free with admission to the general public.

We hope to see you in the Great Lakes Room on Friday, December 22 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm!