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TODAY: A meeting of a new Group of Second Generation at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC

Today at 4 pm, I will be attending a meeting of a Second Generation group at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust (Edmond J. Safra Plaza, 36 Battery Place, NY, NY 10280) in NYC, and hope to see you there! We like to meet each other, we enjoy the special connection that is immediately felt. We are each other's substitute extended family, and it is a beautiful way in which we learned from out parents to create a warm circle around us, to surround ourselves with close friends and connections.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to become part of this group, today or another time!

             Irit Felsen


  1. Would live to attend next gathering. Please let me know when it’s happening .

  2. Suzanne Vick says

    Very much looking forward to meeting you and more of my 2G mishpocha.

  3. Betsy Dougatz says

    Dear Irit,
    I’m so sorry to be missing this opportunity to see you, learn and be part of this uniquely special group of people. I’d be there in a heartbeat but 3 months ago we moved to Naples Florida. With that said, if you are ever on the West Coast, we would love to see you and know that our home is always open to you.

    • Irit Felsen, Ph.D. says

      Hi Betsy,
      Great to hear from you! I sometimes make it down to FLA to give workshops. I will post any upcoming trips on my blogs. I hope you and your husband are enjoying FLA.

  4. Minnie Berman says

    How often does the group meet?

  5. Hi, Irit, As much as I would like to be part of this group, it is unrealistic for me. I live in S. Orange, NJ. Do you know what the closest group to me is and when it meets, or how I would obtain that information? Thanks! Margie Freeman

    • Irit Felsen, Ph.D. says

      Hi Margie,
      I think there was a group that used to meet in Teaneck, which is not closer to you. TThe new second generation group I wrote about meets every other month
      at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in the city, but perhaps it is worth the trip.

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