2018 Tolerance Week Events

 

 

Monday, April 9 – 6:30, WITCC Lifelong Learning in the Cargill Auditorium
Screening of the documentary Joachim Prinz – I Shall Not Be Silent

Tuesday, April 10 – 12 Noon – Sioux City Public Museum
The opening of The Sioux City Tolerance Week exhibit. A light lunch will be served, RSVP to the Sioux City Museum at 279-6174. Admission is limited to the first 90 RSVPs. The exhibit will be displayed during the month of April. 

Tuesday, April 10 – 6:30, Sioux City Orpheum Theatre Lobby
Screening of the PBS documentary Violins of Hope

Wednesday, April 11 – 9:30, Sioux City Orpheum Theatre
Area 8th grade students will attend a performance of I am a Star: The Songs and Poems of Inge Auerbacher featuring members of the Sioux City Community Youth Theatre singing original music and the poetry of Terezin Survivor Inge Auerbacher.  Ms Auerbacher will guide the audience through the performance.

Wednesday, April 11 – 7:30 – Sioux City Orpheum Theatre
We are delighted to welcome Inge Auerbacher back to Sioux City for opening night of I am a Star: The Songs and Poems of Inge Auerbacher featuring members of the Sioux City Community Youth Theatre singing original music and the poetry of Terezin Survivor Inge Auerbacher. Ms Auerbacher will guide the audience through the performance.

Thursday, April 12 – 2:00, UPS Auditorium in the Lincoln Center, 3627 Peters Ave. on the Morningside College campus

Inge Auerbacher will speak to Rabbi Guy Greene’s students who are studying the Holocaust and Genocides.  The lecture is free and open to the public.

 

 

 

 

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