Dining out? Look for Terre Haute Landmarks placemat featuring Temple Israel

As part of its promotion for Stained Glass Sunday Afternoon, from 1-4 p.m. June 11, Terre Haute Landmarks has included Temple Israel in a limited series of special placemats to be distributed throughout June at local restaurants.

The event’s Facebook page reads:

“Among those participating in this Sunday’s (June 11th) “Stained Glass Sunday Afternoon” tour is Temple Israel. Temple Israel, built in 1911, is the oldest synagogue in Indiana that is still in its original use as a Jewish house of worship.

Terre Haute Landmarks Inc. commissioned local artist James Shepard to draw nine houses of worship in the greater downtown area, whose buildings are historically and architecturally significant.

“Terre Haute Landmarks Inc. commissioned local artist James Shepard to draw nine houses of worship in the greater downtown area, whose buildings are historically and architecturally significant.

“These drawings are featured on placemats that will be in select local restaurants for a limited time in the month of June.

“Central Presbyterian [pictured with Temple Israel], is undergoing renovations, but has previously been a proud participant in Stained Glass Sunday Afternoon.”

Confirmed restaurants include Bev’s Restaurant, Fifi’s Lunch Box, Oy Vey Bakery & Deli, Cackleberries, New Day Cafe and 7th & Elm Bar & Grille.

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