Special Events

Anne Frank: A History For Today - Lunch

Tuesday, January 13, 2015
11:45am - 1:15pm

Ticket Info: Lunch Tickets: $36 per person
at the Multnomah Athletic Club
849 SW Salmon St, Portland

Buy Tickets   Add to Calendar /experience/special-event-2015-01-13-anne-frank-lunch 01/13/2015 01/13/2015 6 OJM Event - Anne Frank: A History For Today - Lunch We invite you to join us for a lunch at the Multnomah Athletic Club to learn more about Anne Frank: A History for Today and the newly merged Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education. The program will feature two speakers: Hilary Eddy Stipelman, Director of Outreach and Education at the Anne Frank Center USA will tell us about the Anne Frank Center and the importance of Anne Frank in teaching the Holocaust today. Steve Wasserstrom, Moe and Izetta Tonkon Professor of Judaic Studies and Humanities, Reed College, will address the importance of OJMCHE’s role in promoting the responsible teaching of the Holocaust. Multnomah Athletic Club 849 SW Salmon St, Portland OJM info@ojm.org true MM/DD/YYYY | RSVP

We invite you to join us for a lunch at the Multnomah Athletic Club to learn more about Anne Frank: A History for Today and the newly merged Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education. The program will feature two speakers: Hilary Eddy Stipelman, Director of Outreach and Education at the Anne Frank Center USA will tell us about the Anne Frank Center and the importance of Anne Frank in teaching the Holocaust today. Steve Wasserstrom, Moe and Izetta Tonkon Professor of Judaic Studies and Humanities, Reed College, will address the importance of OJMCHE’s role in promoting the responsible teaching of the Holocaust. more »

Opening Reception, Anne Frank: A History for Today

Wednesday, January 14, 2015, 5:30-7:30
Free and Open to the Public

Between 1942 and 1944, Anne Frank [born 1929] hid with her family in an attic in Amsterdam, writing daily in her diary. She did not survive the war and died of typhus in a concentration camp. Anne Frank: A History for Today depicts Anne Frank’s brief life story, abundantly illustrated with family photos and passages from her diary. more »

Tell It Slant: The Voice That Haunts Us

Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 7:00pm, at OJMCHE

Tell It Slant is a monthly reading series for emerging writers of all genres held monthly in Portland at various venues around the city. Curated by local writer, Danielle Frandina, authors are invited to select and read from their collections based on a multitude of specific themes. January’s Tell It Slant will explore our relationship with the iconic persona of Anne Frank, a young girl liberated by her voice and yet silenced by the regime under which she lived. more »