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Going On: A Lone Survivor’s Story

Going On: A Lone Survivor’s Story

SUNDAY, APRIL 21 – Born in Pabiance, Poland in 1929, Jack Adler and his family were swept into the terror of the Holocaust. His parents and four siblings all perished at the hands of the Nazis. In his powerful and inspiring firsthand account, Y: A Holocaust Narrative, Jack (Yacob) tells his story and describes his […]

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The Rare and Magnificent Moss Haggadah

The Rare and Magnificent Moss Haggadah

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 – This exceptional work of art by David Moss must be seen to be believed. Moss, one of today’s finest living Judaic artists, revived the marriage ketubah as a major work of art, then turned to illumination and illustration of Jewish texts. In 1983 he was commissioned to create an individual hand-made haggadah […]

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Paper-Batik Painting Workshop

Paper-Batik Painting Workshop

SUNDAY, MARCH 17 – Explore the ancient and exciting process of batik painting—a wax-resist dyeing technique from Japan and Indonesia—with Dr. Martha Heppard. You’ll learn how to apply this ancient technique to watercolor on rice paper. and create a rewarding piece of art to take home. Bring a simple sketch (up to 11” x 18”) […]

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Stories That Jump Off the Page!

Stories That Jump Off the Page!

APRIL 3-5 – Treasured Israeli educator Sharona Grinsteiner and her crew take kids on an imaginative journey through award-winning picture books of The PJ Library®. Young travelers “jump” into these stories through creative dramatics, art projects, movement and more. Held at the Hebrew Education Alliance, 3600 S. Ivanhoe St., Denver. A MazelTot® sponsored program. Two […]

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