Arts, Culture & Travel

Exhibit opening: Jewish Immigrant Stories

To mark Canada’s 150th year, the Rose and Phil Rosenshein Museum at Beth Jacob Synagogue is presenting an exhibit featuring the stories of eight Jewish individuals or families who came to Canada after 1975, and subsequently settled in Hamilton.

Jewish immigrant stories

Our community’s most recent arrivals to Hamilton are the focus of a planned installation, Welcome to Canada: Jewish Immigrant Stories of Hamilton, opening Oct. 22 at the Rose and Phil Rosenshein Museum at Beth Jacob Synagogue.

Treasures of the Jewish Hamilton Project: Helen Yellin

The Rosenshein Museum at Beth Jacob presents the third of a four-part series offering the community a window onto the archive of Jewish Hamilton’s oral history on Sunday, April 30, featuring an interview with the much-loved raconteur Helen Yellin, of blessed memory.

My Menorah – A Souvenir of Proud Jewish Advocacy

Our Pride float was symbolic of Jewish diversity, pride and inclusion, even under fire, and so is my menorah.

AGH's Shelley Falconer is no stranger to Hamilton

As president and CEO of the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Shelley Falconer’s connection to the city melds the professional and the personal.