Lindenbaum Bicycle Odyssey - Returning After 76 Years

JUNE 16, 2014 to JULY 1, 2014

This is a story which started 76 years ago when the Nazis kicked my family out of our home in Unna. My brother Siegfried and I were refugee children who survived while my parents and sister did not. Today, I am retracing the story back to my home town with my wife, three children, their spouses, and my grandchildren.

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KTA Spring Lunch - New York City

JUNE 22, 2014

The New York City and Queens, Long Island chapters host their annual spring lunch at the Brotherhood Synagogue in Manhattan. Details soon.

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Southern California KTA Chapter meeting

JUNE 17, 2014 10:00AM-12:00PM

The Southern California KTA Chapter is back!!
Next meeting is Tuesday, June 17, 2014,10 am.- 12 noon at Temple Beth Emet, 600 North Buena Vista Ave., Burbank 818-843-4787.

Refreshments, great company, discussion, action!

FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION THE LEGACY CONTINUES...An Event Honoring Survivors, Rescuers, Liberators, and their Descendants

JUNE 8, 2014

A daylong event honoring Holocaust Survivors, Liberators, Righteous Among Nations, and Descendents.

At Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY

Co-sponsored by the Holocaust Memorial Center of Nassau County and Hofstra University.

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Kindertransport Play in Rome, NY

JUNE 5-7, 2014

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The Vienna project

MARCH 6, 2014 to MAY 8, 2014

The Vienna Project is a new social action memorial project taking place on the streets of Vienna and along the Danube Canal. The Vienna project opened on 23 October 2013 and will conclude May 8 2014 with a closing ceremony at the Austrian National Library at the Hofburg Palace with artist Nikolaus Gansterer and author Doron Rabinovici.

There are many events: a guided Tour of a Day in the Life: Pre-War Jewish Communities of Vienna, a banner installation, of interest.

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Vienna's Lost Daughters Screening in New York City

MARCH 27, 2014 6:30

This 2007 Austrian documentary focuses on eight Vienna-born Holocaust survivors who came to New York by way of the "Kindertransporte". For many of these women, Vienna is still their emotional dwelling place, a city that holds both fond memories but also haunting images of the violent separation from their loved ones seventy years ago.

This screening is followed by a talk with the film's director Miriam Unger and some of its protagonists.

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Atlantic Cape Commemorates Kindertransport Anniversary

MARCH 27, 2014 12:30 - 1:30PM

Atlantic Cape Community College and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Kindertransport in the first of a series of Holocaust remembrance events to take place in March and April at Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.

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Kindertransport Exhibit in Dallas, Texas

JANUARY 8, 2014 to FEBRUARY 28, 2014

The Kindertransport Journey: Memory into History exhibit will be featured at the Dallas Holocaust Museum.

211 N. Record St. Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75202-3361
Phone: (214) 741-7500

Monday – Friday 9:30AM—5:00PM
Saturday – Sunday 11:00AM—5:00PM
Closed on major national and Jewish holidays

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To Life: To Children

FEBRUARY 27, 2014 6PM -9PM

Marietta Drucker and Lisl Schick,
Children of the Kindertransport and Honorary “To Life” Chairs invite you to join them at To Life: To Children, Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Kindertransports.

Featuring Mona Golabek in “The Children of Willesden Lane”

2014 Loebenberg Humanitarian Award Recipient
Chief Jane Castor, Tampa Police Department

The Mahaffey Theater – Duke Energy Center for the Arts, St Petersburg, Florida

A benefit for the Florida Holocaust Museum

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