Participate in the second annual National Day of Unplugging (NDU), a modern take on the ancient tradition of the Sabbath spearheaded by Reboot. The group has developed the Sabbath Manifesto—10 core principles to help anyone carve a weekly timeout into their lives. On Saturday, March 5, the Museum helps visitors to pursue the first core principle, “Avoid Technology,” by offering $1 off admission for anyone who places their cell phone in a special “sleeping bag” designed especially for the day.
Learn more about the National Day of Unplugging at sabbathmanifesto.org/unplug.
Reboot is a growing network of Jewish thought-leaders and tastemakers who work to “reboot” culture, rituals, and traditions and make them vital and resonant in our own time.
This program is sponsored by the Koret Foundation.
INFORMATION: www.thecjm.org, [email protected] or call 415.655.7800.
ADMISSION: $1 off of regular admission of $10 general; $8 students with ID and seniors for any participant. Youth 18 and under free.
Official Website: http://thecjm.org
Added by jewishmuseumsf on February 3, 2011