This three-part series is dedicated to Holocaust Museum volunteer, Marguerite Oglander, who passed away in 2012. Marguerite was a wonderful educator who gave generously of her time and talent to sevearl organizations in town, including the Holocaust Museum. She is greatly missed.
Each part of the series will be focsed on a different book, related to the events of the Holocaust. Participants are encouraged to have read the book prior to the discussion date. The books be available at the Holocaust Museum, unless otherwise noted.
Please RSVP to 239-263-9200 to reserve your seat. Participants are encouraged to bring a bag lunch. Drinks will be provided.
Monday, October 21
In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin By Erik Larson
A vivid portrait of Berlin during the first years of Hitler’s reign, brought to life through the stories of two people: William E. Dodd, who in 1933 became America’s first ambassador to Hitler’s regime, and his scandalously carefree daughter, Martha.
Facilitated by Roz Citron
Book not available at the Museum
THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED.