New JCM Exhibits Will Immerse Children in Story

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Enter one of four vibrantly colored canvas entrances, and you’ll immediately find yourself at ease in Abraham and Sarah’s cozy tent. Come March 2012, more than 1 million expected visitors will feel the same way when they get up close to “The Ancient Story of a Modern People,” the brand new fourth floor addition to Brooklyn, N.Y.’s Jewish Children Museum.

Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Nissen Brenenson, the museum’s director of education, says the collection of exhibits is undergoing the final stages of production.

“It is impossible to count the enormous amount of people who helped us reach this stage,” he says.


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