The Librarian of Auschwitz
10.30am Sunday 24 March
Dita Kraus was a prisoner at the Auschwitz concentration camp. At age 14, she was entrusted with the dangerous clandestine job of protecting the precious and forbidden eight books that prisoners had smuggled into Auschwitz that would be used in the secret school created by prisoners for the children of Block 31.
THE MAGICAL MUSICAL TOUR IS BACK!
Harvey Bordowitz invites you to join him for the seventh season, to learn while enjoying the thrill of great music.
8.00pm Monday 1 April
Omer Benjakob will give us an overview of the major political parties and players participating in the forthcoming elections.
The History and Effect of Blood Libel against Jews
10.30am Sunday 7 April
Dr. Mervyn Leviton, will examine the origin of this terrible false accusation against the Jews.
Workshop on Israeli Writer Batya Gur’s Detective Novels
Led by Michal Fram Cohen
4.00pm Sunday 7 April
Batya Gur (1947-2005) was an Israeli literary scholar and critic who wrote popular detective novels. In the workshop we will discuss two of her novels: Literary Murder: A Critical Case and Murder in the Kibbutz: A Communal Case.
Making Sense of Israel’s Elections – What’s Next?
Guest Lecturer: Elliot Jager
Sunday 28 April 8.00 pm.
Dr Elliot Jager lectured in Political Science and worked for the New York City government for 23 years before making Aliyah.