Sunday, November 192:00pm to 3:30pm
2045 2nd Avenue
Seattle WA 98121
When Michal Lotzkar's father Arieh was 5 years old, he witnessed Germany invading his hometown in Poland. Arieh's family decided that it would be safest to move east into the Soviet Union with the hope they would be returning home before long. Instead, they became part of a migrant group sent to various labor camps as far away as Siberia.
The Holocaust Center for Humanity is welcoming Michal to present her family's story of survival.
Tickets can be reserved in advance here, or purchased at the door ($5 suggested admission for students, $10 for adults).
This is a Holocaust Center for Humanity event.