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About This Event

Time: January 25, 2020, 8:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m. CST

Ticket: $125 per person, Registration Required

Location: Writers Theatre
325 Tudor Court
Glencoe, IL 60022
United States

  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum, photo by Timothy Hursley
  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum, photo by Timothy Hursley

Cocktails, Hors d'oeuvres, and Dessert Reception: 8 p.m.
Program: 8:30 p.m.

How can you address the history of antisemitism and the dangers you see today with your children? Where do they see the Holocaust as relevant to their own lives? As children learn about the complexity of the Holocaust in their classrooms, they grapple with important questions about human behavior, the fragility of society, and the consequences of indifference. Outside of school, these connections may raise further questions as they observe the actions of others through their newfound historical lens. 

Join the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for a special reception and discussion on the new challenges and opportunities for Holocaust education presented by Gretchen Skidmore, director of Education Initiatives in the Levine Institute for Holocaust Education.

Gretchen Skidmore, Director, Education Initiatives, William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Alisa and Adam Bergstein
Dena and Zach Fox
Katie Krouse Froelich and Brian Saltzman
Heather and Ben Sher
Dana and Seth Singerman
Stefanie and Jordan Stein

Host Committee
Lisa Acker and Peter Friedman
Hillary and Alex Behar
Lindsay Stein Cohen and Adam Cohen
Allie and David Davidson
Hillary and Brian Dunn
Caryn and Andy Engle
Ally and Doug Feldman
Allison and Brian Feltzin
Casey and Josh Foreman
Jordana and Jared Greenberg
Julie and Ben Hockenberg
Ashley and Kenny Lebovic
Stacy and David Mandell
Becky and Scott Novack
Stacey and Brian Price
Melissa Grund Sarnoff and David Sarnoff
Ann and Adam Schneiderman
Melanie and Morry Steinbach
Staci and Ari Studnitzer
Franny and Michael Zucker

This reception is $125* per person and open to the public.

Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Reservations are required.

For more information, please contact the Midwest Regional Office at 847.433.8099 or

*Each event ticket includes a suggested charitable contribution to the Museum. The amount of your contribution exceeding $100 per person may be tax deductible subject to certain limitations.