In this fascinating talk, presented by native Patersonian, Freddie Kotek, the parallels of two early industrial cities, Paterson, NJ and Lodz, Poland are examined.
Telling the story through the personal lens of his own family’s journey to America, Mr. Kotek brings to life the urgency of the need to flee Europe and the reason so many Jewish families from this part of Poland chose Paterson as their new home. Suggested donation of $5 includes a catered kosher lunch.
This program is sponsored, in part, by a generous grant from Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey and the Bergen County Division of Senior Services.
To learn more, visit https://jccnnj.org/active-seniors/ or call Jennifer Sauer, the Manager of the JCC’s Active Seniors program at (201) 666-6610.
Tuesday, November 15 at 11 AM
JCC of Northern NJ Active Seniors
Temple Avodat Shalom
385 Howland Ave.
River Edge, NJ
Drawing warp (the lengthwise threads in a piece of cloth) at a Paterson silk mill circa turn of the (20th) century.