Osher Marin JCC presents a musical performance by S.F. entertainer Gilda Solve, with stories and insights into the Broadway legend who wrote the scripts, not the songs, of “The Sound of Music,” “Oklahoma,” “The King and I” and others.
Pam Jenoff discusses her novel about a girl from the Krakow ghetto who hides out in the sewers with her mother, then forms an unlikely friendship with a girl whose mother is aligned with Germany. Presented by Under One Tent. Registration required.
Two-day event starts at 4 p.m. April 27 with reading of the names, memorial commemoration and Yizkor service with participation of S.F. synagogues and the Israeli consul general. April 28 schedule: 10 a.m. talk by survivor Leon and 7-8:30 p.m. lecture by Susan Gilson Miller and David Biale on the “lost” history of the Holocaust […]
Congregation Sha’ar Zahav and Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association present S.F.’s first intersectional and intergenerational Holocaust remembrance event for the Jewish and queer communities. Rabbi Mychal Copeland leads prayer and discussion. EVNA president Alex Lemberg to share their family's story. Registration requested.
Holocaust scholar Rabbi Michael Berenbaum speaks from Poland in a remembrance ceremony. Under One Tent event with many presenting and co-sponsoring organizations. Also live on YouTube. Followed by 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. online reading of names of those who perished.
Hear from Holocaust survivor and one-time resident of the Budapest ghetto Lily Grunfeld. Pay tribute to martyrs who perished and hear survivors’ biographies. Candlelighting conclusion. Hosted by Peninsula Temple Sholom, sponsored by eight Jewish entities. Registration required.
Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto, five local synagogues and nine other Jewish agencies are sponsoring this event, which will include survivors’ stories, music and visual art. Video available for several days after the live event.
Osher Marin JCC invites the community to an in-person event, with Holocaust survivors telling their stories and a discussion of how past events connect to the rise of antisemitism today. Also accessible via Zoom livestream. Registration required.
B’nai Israel Jewish Center in Petaluma presents Rabbi Ted Feldman giving an adult education lecture on Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Congregations Beth Jacob, Beth Abraham and Sinai invite the community to an event titled “Strength and Courage: Then and Now,” an intergenerational presentation of music, reflection and prayer.