No Place on Earth: Presented by The Jewish Film Series
Monday, April 13 | 7pm
This film tells the harrowing story of a group of families during World War II who seek asylum underground to evade being caught by pursuing Nazis. The film will be followed by a discussion led by Chris Nicola, the explorer who discovered the caves featured in the film. Hosted by the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum JCC, Bridgewater.
Yom Hashoah Remembrance Day Observance
Sunday, April 19 | 10am
Everyone is encouraged to attend the communitywide hosted by the Flemington Jewish Community Center (5 Sergeantsville Road, Flemington).
The morning will feature a presentation by Valerie Thayer, Ph. D entitled, Never Forget: How Do American Jews Remember the Shoah. This program is free to the community.
"The Other" - A Movie featuring Tova Friedman, Child Survivor of Auschwitz
Monday, April 20 | 7pm
This film features Tova Friedman -- one of the youngest children to survive Auschwitz -- who discovers that her daughter, Taya (also featured in the film) has hired (Stephanie) a nanny from Germany. The film also features Taya, Stephanie and Reinhold, a staff member at Raritan Valley Community College, whose father was an SS officer during the Holocaust. This film challenges the participants to confront difficult questions about co-existence. This program is co-sponsored by the Raritan Valley Community College Institute of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center and Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon & Warren Counties.
This program is free to the community.