Irina Zaurov, facing forward, and other members of the Rakdanee Miriam Dancers wrap up a Hasidic dance in the Great Hall of the Toledo Museum of Art. Sunday afternoon's program included prayers and a history of Israeli folk dances.
CTY rov03p Dr. Marvin Rubin with his granddaughter Penina (cq)Rubin, 3. They both live in Toledo. The United Jewish Council of Greater Toledo presents a program on how the traditions of Jewish culture have been passed down through generations of song and dance in the Great Hall at the Toledo Museum of Art on January 2, 2011 in Toledo, Ohio. The program is the last one of a week-long series at the museum called 2011 Winter Legacies, a celebration of the regionÕs cultural diversity. Jetta Fraser/The Blade
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Dr. Marvin Rubin holds his 3-year-old granddaughter Penina Rubin as they watch the dancers and choirs. The program, the last of the museum's six-day series celebrating local diversity, was presented by the United Jewish Council of Greater Toledo's Jewish Community Relations Council.
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