Powerful message against bigotry and hate
ROCKLIN – Holocaust survivor Ben Stern, who survived nine concentration camps and two death marches, will be the featured speaker at this year’s annual event to remember the Holocaust at the Rocklin Event Center has been postponed. Rescheduled date will be posted here when it is announced.
The event will also feature a special presentation of the award-winning documentary Near Normal Man, which focuses on the story of Mr. Stern’s life.
Presented by the Chabad Jewish Community Center of Placer County, the annual event featuring a Holocaust survivor serves as a powerful message in the battle against anti-Semitism, bigotry and hate.
“We are honored to have Ben Stern and his daughter, producer and director Charlene Stern, present to the people of Placer County this year,” said Rabbi Yossi Korik, Director of the Chabad Jewish Community Center of Placer County. “We have greatly appreciated the community’s interest in hearing these stories, particularly the attendance of young people at each of our events.”
This Event has been postponed .
Free for all students
Admission to the event is free for all students. Other tickets are $15 purchased in advance or $20 if purchased at the door.
Tickets available online
To purchase tickets, reserve tickets for students or assist in sponsoring this event, please click visit Chabad Center website by clicking here or by calling 916-500-4522.
The Chabad Center is committed to exposing young people to these stories and has made this an annual event, with different Holocaust survivors coming to Placer County.
About the Chabad of Placer County
Inspired by the teachings and legacy of The Lubavitcher Rebbe, in 2005 Rabbi Yossi & Malkie Korik founded Chabad of Roseville, which serves as a unique and vibrant beacon of Jewish life and education in the Placer County Area. Chabad is dedicated to making the beauty and joys of our Jewish traditions and heritage accessible, relevant, and meaningful. Visit the Chabad Center’s website