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Return to Rich’s: The Story Behind the Store

November 17th, 2013 - May 27th 2014

The Pink Pig. Fashionata. The Magnolia Room. The Great Tree. For most Atlantans, these terms evoke memories of Rich's.

Rich’s Reunion Nights

CALLING ALL RICH'S EMPLOYEES AND CUSTOMERS - RETURN TO RICH'S Store Reunions. All are welcome, come and reconnect with friends, enjoy a docent led tour, and refreshments. Each reunion will highlight one store but everyone is welcome to attend any and all reunion nights!

Upcoming Reunion Nights:

  • April 29 - Rich's North Dekalb Mall

RSVP here: http://www.returntorichs.org/#tickets

Spend the Day Tea

Return To Rich's: Spend the Day Tea

Experience Return to Rich's with an exclusive docent led tour, share your stories and enjoy a lunch with your friends inspired by the Magnolia Room menu.

Reservation Required, Call (678) 222-3724

Cost: $15/members, $25/non-members

Yom Hashoah

Sunday, April 27 @ 11am

49th annual community-wide Holocaust Commemoration

Greenwood Cemetery

Yom Hashoah

Be Divine: A Tribute To Fashionata

Retrospective Fashion Show and Reception May 1st at The Breman Museum

7PM - Cocktails & Hors D'oeuvres / 8PM - Retrospective Fashion Show

Limited Seating & Advance Purchase Only

TICKETS: Individual Tickets: $180 / Couple: $300

Be Divine

In collaboration with the award-winning exhibition, Return to Rich’s - The Story Behind The Store, at the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, ‘Be Divine: A Tribute to Fashionata’ will celebrate the legacy of Fashionata. The show will feature original vintage fashions from leading designers.

Call (678)-222-3700 or visit www.returntorichs.org/#bedivine

Outfitting the Civil War: Jewish Contributions to the Garment Industry

2PM – Return to Rich’s Exhibition Tour / 3PM – Presentation – Jewish Contributions to the Garment Industry

TICKETS: Adults: $12 / Seniors: #8 / Educators/Students: $6 / Children (4-6): $4 / Children Under 4 Free

Dr. Adam Mendelsohn, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at the College of Charleston, will be presenting the often untold story in Civil War History – How Jews played an important role in outfitting both Union and Confederate forces. Their efforts laid the groundwork for ready-made clothes and future generations of Jews to flourish in the garment industry.

Call (678)-222-3700 or visit www.returntorichs.org/#lectures

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