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25th Anniversary Celebration

Temporarily Postponed  CELEBRATE CHUTZPAH! The Breman Museum’s 25th Anniversary Celebration
Sep 19 2021 | 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Temporarily Postponed CELEBRATE CHUTZPAH! The Breman Museum’s 25th Anniversary Celebration

HISTORY WITH CHUTZPAH

CELEBRATE CHUTZPAH!
The Breman Museum’s
25th Anniversary Celebration 
 

We have been closely monitoring the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 and its variants. Although there has been an increased availability of vaccines protecting against the coronavirus, our cases in Georgia have escalated prompting us to make some very tough decisions. Therefore, it is with deep regret that we must postpone the September 19, Celebrate Chutzpah! 25th Anniversary Event.

 

Please know that we consulted with numerous experts in the healthcare field and carefully reviewed the updated guidelines set forth by the CDC. The rescheduled event date will be announced as soon as deemed appropriate.

We can’t wait to break bread and toast with you soon, but for now the risks of unmasking indoors and in proximity are not medically advised. Ticket(s) are valid for the new date and no further action is required. Please contact Lizzie Lack, Director of Development, at 404.870.7684 if you’d like to request refund options.

 

The museum is currently open to visitors on Sundays with limited capacity to promote social distancing. However, we will take proactive measures to adjust museum operations as required by and in compliance with health and government authorities.

 

The Breman’s top priority is YOU as we navigate this unprecedented time together.

 

While the September 19th celebration event may be on hold, we are still forging ahead with the opening of our powerful new exhibition HISTORY WITH CHUTZPAH. Stay tuned for the official launch date and more online programming here at The Breman!

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