As we come out of the doldrums of February into the spring months of March and April, new life is all around. Everything grows at an amazing pace, nurtured by the timeless and boundless forces of nature. After a barren winter, the earth is rejuvinated, literally “made young again.”
No matter where you are in life, now is always the perfect time to rejuvinate your mind. At the Stan Greenspon Center, we have a variety of educational offerings to help you do just that!
During March and April we will exlore new books together, including the award-winning book Caste by Isabel Wilkerson, gather to learn about the Jewish Partisans during WWII, and explore the United States Memorial Museum’s online exhibit “Americans and the Holocuast.”
The highlight of our Spring occurs on March 21 when we celebrate our 5 Year Anniversary by hosting the US premier showing of Dr. Edith Eger’s life story “I Danced for the Angel of Death.”
To find out more about these and other offerings, please visit our Events Page.
We hope to see you soon at one (or more) of our programs!