2017 Tolerance Week Events

Monday, April 3  

10:00 am
USD, Old Main, Farber Hall

A conversation with Inge Auerbacher, Child Holocaust Survivor

6:30 pm
WITCC Cargill Auditorium

Screening of the PBS documentary America and the Holocaust

Tuesday, April 4  
12:00 noon

Sioux City Public Museum

Opening of the Holocaust Exhibit Diaries of Humanity

A light lunch will be served, RSVP to the Museum at 279-6174, admission is limited to the first 90 RSVPs


Mid American Air Museum

Screening of the award winning documentary Above and Beyond

Wednesday, April 5  
National Music Museum on the campus of USD

Inge Auerbacher, Music as memory: A child of the Holocaust remembers in song


Thursday, April 6 
9:30 am
Sioux City Orpheum Theatre – The Star on My Heart for area 8th graders

7:30 pm
Sioux City Orpheum Theatre

By special arrangement with the Sioux City Community Theatre, the main event at the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre will be opening night of the Children’s Production of The Star on my Heart.


Inge Auerbacher


Inge Auerbacher


The Star on my Heart is an original play written about the life of Inge Auerbacher, Terezin survivor, who will be our special guest and speak after the performance.  As always, the event is free and open to the public.






Friday, April 7 through Sunday, April 9
Sioux City Community Theatre 

Star on my Heart performances are free and open to the public.

Through the month of April
Sioux City Museum

Diaries of Humanity Holocaust Exhibit 

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