More information to come.

April 6th, 2022 until July 24th, 2022 

The travelling exhibition from the Montreal Holocaust Museum, “And in 1948, I came to Canada”: The Holocaust in Six Dates raises awareness about the genocide of the Jews by presenting its history and reflecting on the  impacts of racism and discrimination in our society. It commemorates the victims of the  Holocaust and honours the survivors who made Canada their new home. 

The Museum, in partnership with the Shaarey Shomayim Congregation of Thunder Bay has developed a wide range of complimentary programming for patrons to partake in while the exhibit is in Thunder Bay.  

The list of special events is below and preregistration and/or tickets for events can be found here: https://thunderbaymuseum1.wildapricot.org/Member-Events 

 

Programs:

11 April – Exhibit Opening Reception – https://thunderbaymuseum1.wildapricot.org/event-4682026

27 April – Virtual Lecture by Dr. Valerie Hébert

  • ‘Nothing is to be gained by creating an internal problem in an effort to meet an International one’: Canada’s Response to the Jewish Refugee Crisis

https://thunderbaymuseum1.wildapricot.org/event-4680421

10-12 May – A Song Rings Out: Lost Composers of the Holocaust Concert Series

  • Chamber music concerts featuring works by Jewish composers impacted by the Holocaust.  These concerts are being arranged by Michelle Zapf-Belanger, Section Violinist with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra.  

May 10 https://thunderbaymuseum1.wildapricot.org/event-4682044

May 11 https://thunderbaymuseum1.wildapricot.org/event-4713281

May 12 https://thunderbaymuseum1.wildapricot.org/event-4713282 

19 May – Lecture – Mark Scharf 

 

More information about exhibit can be viewed here: https://museeholocauste.ca/app/uploads/2016/10/20170322_holocaust_6_dates_fact_sheet.pdf

 

This exhibition was created by the Montreal Holocaust Museum, and financed by the Canadian Government.

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