Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album consists of 71 reproduced photographs, many of which are rarely shown to the public, and some of which have only recently been discovered.
Reading and Writing focuses on Anne’s literary work found in the five surviving notebooks and 300 looks pages of her writing. This exhibit is structured for ages 9-15 to learn about Anne through her writing and includes a free workbook for youth to follow along with the exhibit.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Saturday, Feb 23
6pm – 9pm Opening Reception
7pm Opening remarks by Linda Cohen, author of 1,000 Mitzvahs: How Small Acts of Kindess Can Heal, Inspire, and Change Your Life
Sunday, Feb 24
11am – 8pm Exhibit Open
2pm Holocaust survivor Sonia Liberman shares her experience as a Jew living in Nazi occupation during WWII. This 60-minute experience allows for Q&A.
Monday, Feb 25
5:30pm – 6:30pm Kids’ Conversation Of Kindness presented in partnership with the German International School.
7pm – 8pm Adults continue the Conversation of Kindness with Ingrid Garoutte, a Beaverton resident who lived in Germany during the Holocaust.
Tues, Feb 26
1pm – 3pm Exhibit Open
Wed, Feb 27
6pm – 9pm Exhibit Open
7:30pm Olive Bukuru shares her journey fleeing genocide in Makamba, living in a refugee camp, and emigrating to Beaverton. This presentation is held in the Beaverton City Library Auditorium.
Thurs, Feb 28
12pm – 3pm Exhibit Open
Fri, March 1
12pm – 4pm Exhibit Open
7:30pm Opening night of The Diary of Anne Frank Performance held in the Beaverton City Library Auditorium
Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album and Reading & Writing with Anne Frank were developed by the Anne Frank House and is sponsored in North America by the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect. This free exhibit is in coordination with the Beaverton Civic Theatre’s production of The Diary Of Anne Frank running March 1 – 16th. Partners include Central Beaverton Neighborhood, the German International School Portland, Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education, and The Immigrant Story.
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