An iftar “dinner & a movie” at the Arab American National Museum!

Iftar Dinner & a Movie

All are welcome to break the daily fast of Ramadan with a festive meal in the AANM’s dramatic Community Courtyard and a screening of the multiple award-winning 2008 film Lemon Tree.
6 p.m. Thursday, September 2
Tickets $30; AANM Members pay just $25 
Click HERE to purchase.
Iftar Menu: Hummus; fattoush; stuffed lamb with rice and nuts; a chicken or vegetarian option; the special Ramadan dessert known as rose cheeks; and beverages.
Lemon Tree: Written, directed and produced by Eran Riklis and starring Hiam Abbass, Ali Suliman, Rona Lipaz and Doron Tavory, Lemon Tree is the story of a Palestinian widow who must defend her lemon grove when the Israeli defense minister becomes her new neighbor.
Honored with awards at Berlin International Film Festival; Asia Pacific Screen Awards; Awards of the Israeli Film Academy; CineFan Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema.
To learn more about Ramadan and Islam, click HERE.

Become a Member of the Arab American National Museum
You will receive the following Membership benefits:
  • Free AANM admission plus advance notice and invitations to upcoming events
  • Reduced ticket prices for AANM events
  • 10% discount at the Museum Store
  • 10% discount on Museum facility rentals
  • Free guest passes
  • Checkout privileges in the Museum's Library & Resource Center
  • Membership gifts are tax deductible; consult your tax advisor for details
Call 313.624.0200 or click HERE to become a Museum Member.
The Arab American National Museum's mission is to document, preserve, celebrate, and educate the public on the history, life, culture and contributions of Arab Americans. We serve as a resource to enhance knowledge and understanding about Arab Americans and their presence in this country.


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