The ultimate homage to changing neighborhood demographics, the Museum at Eldridge Street presents its signature cross-cultural block party, a hearty stew of Jewish, Chinese and Puerto Rican food and performance. Headliners include Belarusian-born clarinetist Zisl Slepovitch and his band Litvakus; EastRiver Ensemble, which fuses Chinese and world music, lion dance, stagecraft and acrobats; Cantor Eric Freeman with sacred Jewish chants; and the Chinatown Senior Center Orchestra with traditional Chinese music. Also expect demonstrations by Hebrew and Chinese scribes, Puerto Rican mask makers and other folk artists; classes in braiding challah bread, rolling dumplings or crafting empanadas.

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