It's sure to be an informative evening at this edition of Tuesday Night at the Museum. On Tuesday, October 15th at 7pm, a local Holocaust survivor and author Jochebed Katan, will be sharing her remarkable story for the opening night of the Anne Frank Exhibit.
Jochebed will be presenting her talk Five Courageous Helpers: My Family’s Precarious Survival in Holland, which speaks about the Courageous Gentiles that helped them to survive in connection with the Anne Frank Exhibit. “My parents and I were one of the extremely few Jewish nuclear families in Holland that came through the Holocaust intact. This talk outlines the crucial roles that five very different individuals or families – none of them Jewish – played in enabling us to survive.”
Admission is only $3 and tickets are available at the door. 'Tuesday Night at the Museum' is a monthly feature at the L&A County Museum & Archives, located at 97 Thomas Street East in Napanee.
For more information about a wide array of programming at the Museum & Archives, please visit www.CountyMuseum.ca or call 613-354-3027.