Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Guided Tour of the Special Exhibition at the
National Museum of American Jewish History
101 S. Independence Mall E. (5th & Market Sts)
Friday, January 10 at 2 pm
We have arranged a special 90-minute guided tour of the first-ever museum retrospective of the Supreme Court Justice turned pop culture icon. The exhibition explores her precedent-setting role on the Supreme Court as well as her varied roles as a student, wife, mother, lawyer, judge, and women’s rights pioneer. We will see photographs, documents, media and interactive stations, plus whimsical and powerful Notorious RBG memes, fan art, parody – even t-shirts, nail decals, and tattoos! The exhibition closes on January 12.
Fee - $17, payable in advance. Register by January 6.
Please sign up promptly as space is limited. Register online (and pay with a credit card) or call 267-444-4507. Be sure to include the name of your guest. If you register by phone, please send a check, payable to EFCC/EFV with RBG on the subject line.
Because you may want to go early to visit other parts of the Museum and/or to have lunch in the Food Court at the Bourse, please make your own travel arrangements – by train or by car.
DISCOUNT PARKING – Two garages offer 4-hour parking for $9 with validation by the Museum:
- Bourse Garage, entrance on 4th Street between Market and Chestnut
- Parkway Garage, 601 Ranstead Street under the Dow Chemical Building
To make travel arrangements with another Village member, login to the website and click on the Registrants button to see who else is going.
Be sure to let us know if you can’t attend.