Upcoming Events


Never Forget
A Series Honoring Rockland's Holocaust Survivors

Please join us for the Never Forget Series, honoring our local survivors, their unimaginable struggle and tireless commitment to sharing their stories. The seeds of genocide are nurtured by small acts of intolerance. We must remember history as we stand against current anti-Semitism and bigotry in all forms.

Simon Jeruchim

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 | 7:00 - 8:30 pm

The Nyack Library
59 South Broadway
Nyack, NY

Simon Jeruchim was born in Paris in 1929. In July 1942, Simon's family escaped from a major police roundup. A compassionate getile couple found separate hiding places for him and his siblings in the countryside of Normandy

In the fall of 1942, his parents tried to escape to the non-occupied zone but were arrested by the French police and turned over to the Nazis, deported to Auschwitz and perished. Simon spent almost two years in Normandy. There, a schoolmaster gave him a gift consisting of watercolors and a sketchpad, and there his love of art began.

Simon is the autor of two books, Hidden in France and Frenchy, and continues to create and display his artwork today.

Seating is limited • Registration required: 845-358-3370 ext. 214 or
www.nyacklibrary.org (under Programs - Calendar of Events)

2G/3G Speakers Bureau Information Session

Postponed - Date TBA

Rockland Community College
145 College Rd, Suffern, New York

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Moral Courage Documentary Series

Upcoming Events TBA

The Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education has launched a Moral Courage Documentary Series, which will screen current and noteworthy films that highlight personal struggle and tolerance through the sharing of diverse narratives with universal themes and insights. The series is sponsored by Orange & Rockland Utilities.

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Poland Then & Now ~ Celebrate Israel

May 17 through May 28, 2017
Six Days in Poland/Four Days in Israel

There are a few spaces remaining on our journey to Poland and Israel. Please consider joining us as we explore the rich heritage of Polish Jewry, pay homage to the victims of unfathomable hatred and then continue to the Land of Israel to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem.

In addition to all the sites listed on the itinerary we are including a special visit to the Auschwitz Jewish Center. The Jewish Museum, located in the Auschwitz Jewish Center, the original home of the Kornreich family of Oświęcim, commemorates and educates about the Jewish history of Oświęcim. Through the core exhibition, we will explore the lives of the Jews of Oświęcim (Auschwitz) through photographs, artifacts, and survivor testimony.

Please use the links below for itinerary, pricing and registration forms!

Itinerary | Pricing | Registration Form

If you have any questions - please email Amy SaNogueira at amyjsano@holcauststudies.org.