National Museum of American Jewish History Masquerade Ball
On Saturday, the National Museum of American Jewish History held its four annual Masquerade Ball in celebration of Purim. More than 350 members of the Young Friends of NMAJH gathered in the museum’s ballroom overlooking Independence Park. Many attendees dressed in their best costumes and masks to honor the Jewish holiday. Guests danced to the tunes by DJ Royale and enjoyed light bites, desserts by Magical Sweet Shop, and an open bar during the event.
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