The National Museum of American Jewish History held its 3rd annual Masquerade Ball in celebration of Purim on Saturday, March 7, 2015.

Over 350 people from the Young Friends of NMAJH, some dressed in their best costume garb to honor the Jewish holiday. Guests danced to the tunes of DJ Adrian Hardy and took part in a costume contest at the end of the night.

My favorite was Marge and Homer and the group dressed as fishing nets. Guests also enjoyed an extensive buffet which included light bites, desserts by Betty the Caterer, and an open bar in the NMAJH Ballroom which overlooks Independence Mall.