Make a beautiful, illuminated paper lamp while honoring the 6 Million Jewish lives lost in the Holocaust — as well as Holocaust survivors and their descendants.
This free workshop, 6 Million Lights: Light of Our Survivors, consists of three consecutive 2-hour evening sessions, Monday - April 15, Wednesday - April 17, Monday - April 22 from 630 pm-830 pm at All Saints Assisted Living, 519 Commerce Drive. All three sessions are required.
6 Million Lights: Light of Our Survivors honors Holocaust Survivors, their descendants, and the 6 Million Jewish lives lost in the Holocaust by putting light into the world. In innovative light-making workshops that foster conversation and community, we gather together Holocaust Survivors, their descendants, and a diverse mix from the interfaith community to share stories, memories, and wisdom while creating beautiful illuminated paper lamps that serve as luminous reminders of each maker’s intention to share light with the world.
This is our third pilot workshop and your chance to play a pioneering role in the development of this important, promising project. To register, or to receive additional information, please contact David Moss, MD @ 414-418-6080 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop will feature Thea Aschkenaze, a 95 yo Survivor of Auschwitz.
Sponsor: The Illumignossi Project and OrLanu (both 501c3 organizations)