The Holocaust offers a unique insight into human nature and serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of tolerance and empathy. We invite you to participate in an engaging and educational event on Sunday, May 21st, at the Rockland County Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education.
Event DetailsDate: Sunday, May 21stTime: 11:00 amLocation: Rockland County Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education Library Media Center Room 4110, 145 College Rd, Suffern, NY 10901
This event features an interactive guided tour of the museum, exploring the personal stories and experiences of those affected by the Holocaust. Our expert guides will help you gain a more profound understanding of this tragic period in history and the significance of preserving these memories for the future.
After the tour, you are invited to a relaxed gathering with bagels and coffee, allowing for further reflection and discussion with other attendees.
By attending this event, you are not only supporting the museum but also contributing to spreading a crucial message of tolerance and understanding in our society. As we come together, we play a vital role in educating others and ensuring that the lessons of the Holocaust are remembered.
We encourage you to invite your friends, family, and colleagues to join us for this important event. Together, we can create a more compassionate and empathetic world.
To save your place for this special guided tour and informal reception, please enter your information in the form below and we'll contact you to confirm.
Thank you for your support, and we look forward to welcoming you on May 21st!