Where: Eastern Parkway, between Kingston and Albany Avenues, diagonally in front of the Brooklyn Jewish Children's Museum (792 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11213).
What does JCM stand for?
JCM stands for Jewish Children's Museum (Brooklyn, NY)
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We have 72 other meanings of JCM in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of C Language Translation
- Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association (University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI)
- Japan Civil Liberties Union (Tokyo)
- Janus Capital Management (Denver, CO)
- Japan Cash Machine, Inc.
- Japan Collection of Microorganisms
- Jersey City Museum (New Jersey)
- Jesus Christ Ministries
- Jeune Conseil de Montréal (Montreal Youth Council; Montreal, Canada)
- Jeunesse Canada Monde (French: Canada World Youth)
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Here are few that stand out: The Jewish Children's Museum Brooklyn, NY Run by Chabad, this is the biggest Jewish playpen for kids in the country and features a giant challah, matzoball computers, Six Holes of Life--a small, indoor mini-golf course--and the Gallery of Games.
Kids bake Passover Matzohs for troops serving in Iraq; Jewish Children's Museum, 792 Eastern Parkway, at Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn.
NEW YORK, March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Beginning on March 5, and running through April 17, the only Jewish Children's Museum in the world will bring to life in a fully interactive show, the biblical account of the Jewish slavery in Egypt.
The Jewish Children's Museum (JCM) in New York highlights C-nario's ability to deliver state-of-the-art, scalable and cost effective digital dynamic messaging networks solutions C-nario Entertainer is a unique software platform delivering outstanding quality of video and audio using state of the art of the shelf hardware deployed in JCM on dozens of networked powerful computers.
NEW YORK, March 21 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 30th, the only Jewish children's museum in the world will be hosting its First Anniversary Dinner, since opening 11 months ago.
80-100 Multicultural Youth from New York Area to Participate in Grand Opening of World's First Jewish Children's Museum on December 7, 2004 at 4 PM --Festivities include the Lighting of Giant Menorah On December 7, diverse cultures will join together to celebrate the opening of the world's first Jewish children's museum, located in the Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, a flashpoint of racial tension in the 1990's.