Co-Sponsored by the UAHC and The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
April 24-28, 2002
This unique programs offers participants the opportunity to travel to historic Albuquerque in order to examine its particular Jewish heritage while studying with the foremost scholars of American Jewish History and the history of the Southwestern United States:
Accommodations for the Study Mission will be at the Crown Plaza Pyramid Hotel, centrally located in the heart of Albuquerque just minutes from the airport, Convention Center, Olde Town and Sandia Peak. The hotel features a fully staffed business center, gift shop, exercise room and indoor/outdoor pool.
All tour costs are per person and based on an average group size of forty or more. Tour prices include hotel, continental breakfast, and lunch each day, three dinners, and sightseeing. The cost of transportation to Albuquerque is the responsibility of each individual. The cost is $850 per person based on double occupancy. An additional fee of $200 is added for those who wish to have single occupancy.
For more information please contact: Lisa Frankel, Director of Programs, The Marcus Center, at (513) 221-1875 #218 or at:LFrankel@huc.edu.