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Photo courtesy of Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio

The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio and community organizers will present a free performance of the internationally celebrated​ play​ Life In A Jar: The Irena Sendler Project. The event will include presentations by Norm Conard, the Social Studies teacher who worked with the students in preparation for National History Day. Conard is now the Executive Director of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes; and Megan Stewart Felt, one of the students who wrote and originally performed the play.

Life in a Jar is an award-winning, best-selling book based on the inspirational story of a courageous, Polish Catholic Holocaust rescuer from Poland and a group of Protestant Kansas students who, in 1999, ​discovered her as they did research for a National History Day project. The interest derived from this project has brought worldwide attention to the story of Irena Sendler ​ ​and her courageous efforts to save ​2,000+ ​Jewish children during the Holocaust​​.

To RSVP, ​email Matthew Faulkner at FaulknerM@jfsatx.org or call 210-302-6807.

The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio and community organizers will present a free performance of the internationally celebrated​ play​ Life In A Jar: The Irena Sendler Project. The event will includepresentations by Norm Conard, the Social Studies teacher who worked with the students in preparation for National History Day. Conard is now the Executive Director of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes; and Megan Stewart Felt, one of the students who wrote and originally performed the play.

Life in a Jar is an award-winning, best-selling book based on the inspirational story of a courageous, Polish Catholic Holocaust rescuer from Poland and a group of Protestant Kansas students who, in 1999, ​discovered her as they did research for a National History Day project. The interest derived from this project has brought worldwide attention to the story of Irena Sendler ​ ​and her courageous efforts to save ​2,000+ ​Jewish children during the Holocaust​​.

To RSVP, ​email Matthew Faulkner at FaulknerM@jfsatx.org or call 210-302-6807.

The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio and community organizers will present a free performance of the internationally celebrated​ play​ Life In A Jar: The Irena Sendler Project. The event will includepresentations by Norm Conard, the Social Studies teacher who worked with the students in preparation for National History Day. Conard is now the Executive Director of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes; and Megan Stewart Felt, one of the students who wrote and originally performed the play.

Life in a Jar is an award-winning, best-selling book based on the inspirational story of a courageous, Polish Catholic Holocaust rescuer from Poland and a group of Protestant Kansas students who, in 1999, ​discovered her as they did research for a National History Day project. The interest derived from this project has brought worldwide attention to the story of Irena Sendler ​ ​and her courageous efforts to save ​2,000+ ​Jewish children during the Holocaust​​.

To RSVP, ​email Matthew Faulkner at FaulknerM@jfsatx.org or call 210-302-6807.

WHEN

WHERE

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community
12500 NW Military Hwy.
San Antonio, TX 78231

TICKET INFO

Admission is free with reservation.
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