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UPCOMING EVENTS

SPECIAL EXHIBITS

Special Exhibit: RESILIENCE

Booking Now for Programs Starting September 4, 2018

Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education
Rockland Community College
145 College Road, Suffern, NY

We look forward to welcoming you to the Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education for a special exhibit on RESILIENCE.

Highlighting the actions of children, families, and communities during the Holocaust, this new exhibit asks us to examine WHAT IS RESILIENCE? Examining the Holocaust through this lens changes the way we think about history and connects with our lives today.

The Museum hosts an array of public programs that contribute to enhancing the future of Holocaust, Tolerance, and Human Rights Education. Whether you're visiting with your family, school group, small group, or a teachers' professional development workshop, we look forward to sharing this special exhibit with you.

Cost: $5 per person
Capacity: 25 people per session
Duration: 1-hour visit with tour and presentation by a Museum docent

Contact Emily Scandariato to schedule your visit at 845-574-4099 or email at Holocaustrcc@gmail.com

HOLOCAUST COMMEMORATION, EDUCATION
& TOLERANCE PROGRAMS

Antisemitism: Here and Now
An Evening with Professor Deborah Lipstadt

June 6, 2019

6:30 pm - Wine Bar
7:00 pm - Lecture
8:00 pm - Dessert and pictures with Deborah Lipstadt

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
425 E Rt. 59, Nanuet, NY

Tickets

$18 - For Students
$54 - Lecture and Dessert Reception
$72 - Lecture and Dessert Reception w/ pre-signed book
$108 - Preferred Seating, Lecture and Dessert w/ pre-signed book

Resilience exhibit will be on display throughout the evening
Unsigned books will be available for sale at the event

Download our sponsorship form to become a sponsor of this event.

Download our ticket form to purchase tickets this event or select your ticket type from the dropdown list and use the following PayPal button to purchase online.

Ticket Type
Antisemitism Here and Nowevent flyer

Auschwitz
Not long ago. Not far away.

A New Exhibit at the Museum of Jewish Heritage

$80 couvert (not tax deductible)
June 26, 2019
Bus leaves the JCC at 10:15 am and returns at 5 pm
Kosher lunch will be served
RSVP by May 24, 2019

The most significant site of the Holocaust, Auschwitz was not a single entity, but a complex of 48 concentration and extermination camps, at which 1 million Jews-and tens of thousands of others-were murdered.

This groundbreaking exhibition brings together more than 700 original objects and 400 photographs of Auschwitz, from over 20 institutions and museums around the world. Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. is the most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the history of Auschwitz and its role in the Holocaust ever presented in North America, and an unparalleled opportunity to confront the singular face of human evil-one that arose not long ago and not far away.

Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is made possible with lead support by Bruce C. Ratner, George and Adele Klein Family Foundation, Ingeborg and Ira Leon Rennert, and Larry and Klara Silverstein & Family. The exhibition is presented in part with major support by The David Berg Foundation, Patti Askwith Kenner, Oster Family Foundation, and The Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust. The New York premiere is made possible in part by Simon & Stefany Bergson with additional support from The Knapp Family Foundation.

Download the registration form

Run for the Six

Sunday, September 8, 2019

Rockland Community College Track and Field

Registration - 9:00 am
Run/Walk - 9:30 am

Visit the Run for the Six event page for further information, registration and sponsorship opportunities

Community-wide Kristallnacht Commemoration

Sunday, November 10, 2019 • 5 pm

Venue TBD

Details to follow

On November 9, 1938, the German Nazi government destroyed Jewish homes, businesses, synagogues and families. There were over 30,000 Jews arrested, 91 Jews brutally murdered and hundreds more injured. Kristallnacht foreshadowed the terror and destruction of the Holocuast.

Questions? Contact the Museum, 845-574-4099 or holocaustrcc@gmail.com

Children to the Rescue

A program created to teach children tolerance for a better future

To schedule or for more information, contact Dina Daniels dina.holocaustrcc@gmail.com | 914-715-7976