Ruth Andrew Ellenson discusses her book "The Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt" at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - Wednesday, September 20th at 7pm

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Museum of Jewish Heritage -- A Living Memorial to the Holocaust presents:
Wednesday, September 20, 7pm.
BOOK EVENT
The Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt, edited by Ruth Andrew Ellenson
(Penguin Group USA, 2005)
Moderated by Jewish Week book critic Sandee Brawarsky; with editor Ruth Andrew Ellenson, and contributors Pearl Gluck, Lauren Grodstein, and Dara Horn 

"Between the ideal of who you should be and the reality of who you are, lies guilt."
- Ruth Andrew Ellenson 

If you've ever used Caller ID to dodge your mother's phone calls, this book is sure to strike a chord with you and any woman who has ever had a pang of conscience between doing what she wants and what tradition expects of her. Join contributing writers from this hilarious and provocative collection of original essays as they discuss all the things their rabbis warned them never to talk about in public. 

The Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt won the National Jewish Book
Award in 2005.
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Book Council
$10 adults, $7 seniors, $5 students/members 

RESERVE TICKETS
Online: Visit http://www.mjhnyc.org/safrahall/visit_safra_hall8.htm (defunct)
Phone: Call 1.646.437.4202/4203
In Person: Visit the Museum Box Office at 36 Battery Place, Battery Park City, New York.
Advance ticket purchases are recommended. All sales are final. Internet orders are subject to service charges. Programs, performers, dates, and times are subject to change. 

GENERAL INFORMATION
1.646.437.4200 

MAP
http://www.mjhnyc.org/visit_information_d.htm (defunct)

DIRECTIONS
Subway:
4/5 to Bowling Green, walk west along Battery Place.
W/R to Whitehall Street, walk west along Battery Place.
1 to South Ferry, walk north along Battery Park/State Street, turn left and walk west on Battery Place.
J/M/Z to Broad Street, walk one block west to Broadway, and then south to the corner of Battery Place and Bowling Green. Walk west on Battery Place. 

Bus:
M1 to Battery Park.
M6 to Battery Park.
M9 to Battery Park City, stops in front of Museum.
M15 to Battery Park City.
M20 to Battery Park City, stops in front of Museum. 

Ferry:
Staten Island Ferry 

Driving:
FDR Drive to Battery Park City East exit
or West Side Highway becomes West Street,
turn right onto Battery Place, or call 1.646.437.4200. 

Parking:
The Museum offers a $3 discount on parking at three nearby garages. Please refer to map for directions to these garages. Visitors should present their parking ticket at the admissions desk to receive discount validation. 


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