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This Sunday, April 7: Berkeley Yom HaShoah Commemorations


Yom HaShoah v'HaGevurah 5773
The Day of the Holocaust and the Resistance

 

Sunday, April 7, 7:00 pm at Congregation Netivot Shalom

1316 University Ave., Berkeley

 

Congregation Netivot Shalom will host the Berkeley Jewish community's annual commemoration of YomHaShoah, Holocaust Memorial Day. The somber program will include song, reflection, testimonials and prayer. Our guest speaker this year will be Rita Kuhn, a Holocaust survivor, long-time Berkeley resident and member of congregation Beth Israel. Our annual service is jointly organized Congregations Beth El, Netivot Shalom and Beth Israel and is co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Federation of the East Bay.

 


Please join us for the 11th Annual City of Berkeley Holocaust Remembrance Day Event on 
Sunday, April 7 at 11:00 am at the
Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life; 2121 Allston Way
"Surviving in the Shadows"
Honoring survivors Sam Genirberg and Kathryn Winter
Music by composer Aaron Blumenfeld

Admission is free. Refreshments will be served.  
Parking is available at the Brower Center Garage on Kittredge St. 



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