Paul will discuss his handy guide that provides the seasoned New Yorker and newcomers with information about the greatest city in the world. He will share intriguing information about museums, cemeteries, archives, historic synagogues, eateries and many other places of Jewish interest. His book includes suggested neighborhood itineraries, maps, reference notes for exploration and much more.
Paul M. Kaplan enjoys researching cultural history. He graduated with a BA from Yale College and an MBA from the Yale School of Management. He serves on the board of directors of the Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy. He makes his home on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Lunch reservations are needed by Wednesday, March 30.
Program and Lunch: $8, Program only: $5, Member Price for Program and Lunch: $3.75, Member Price for Program: FREE