Reservations $10 in Advance, $12 at the Door, Free for Children
Send your check, payable to Temple Beth Israel, to:
Ed Brown, 35 Lyme Road, West Newton, MA 02465
For more information: 781-894-5146
Please join for Morning Minyan before breakfast, at 9 am.
The program will begin at 11 am.
Larry Ruttman, author of American Jews and America’s Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball, is a lifelong resident of Brookline, Massachusetts. Larry has been attending ball games at Fenway Park since the days of Ted Williams and Moe Berg. His book was chosen as the #1 baseball book in America for the year 2013, among many, by Sports Collectors Digest, and has been adapted into a musical play, Jews on First.
Books will be available for purchase after the presentation. Larry has generously offered to give a free and personally signed and inscribed copy of his prize-winning book, Voices of Brookline, to each purchaser of his baseball book.