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Special Events


Book Festival: The Next Chapter

Book Folding Class 
When: Sunday, February 3 • 10 AM
Where: Mandel JCC Community Room

Darby Steiger will be leading a class on Book Folding, a fun way to fold the pages of a book into a unique three dimensional design. Those attending will be able to complete a project to take home.

Please bring a hard cover 200+ page book for which you don't mind folding the pages; $5.00 class fee covers additional supplies.

Professor Debby Rosenthal
A Look at The Sun Also Rises
When: Sunday, February 3 • 12:30 PM
Where: Mandel JCC Community Room

Professor Debby Rosenthal, from John Carroll University, will be teaching this intensive session on The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway. Professor Rosenthal will provide an in-depth look in to the themes, characters, and narration of the American classic. Attendees are asked to read the book before attending the class.

Father Patrick Desbois
In Broad Daylight: The Secret Procedures Behind The Holocaust By Bullets
When: Monday, February 4 • 7 PM
Where: B’nai Jeshurun

World-renowned French scholar, author and Catholic priest, Father Desbois, profiled on CBS News’ 60 Minutes, will discuss his mission to discover forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR. Desbois’ latest book documents mass killings in seven countries that were invaded by Nazi Germany. This lecture will contain graphic discussions and images.

Jenna Blum
The Lost Family
When: Thursday, February 7 • 7 PM
Where: Suburban Temple - Kol Ami

Jenna Blum will discuss her New York Times bestselling book, The Lost Family, which focuses on a husband devastated by the grief of his Auschwitz survival while the rest of his family perished. Jenna Blum’s debut novel, Those Who Save Us was a New York Times bestseller; a Boston Globe bestseller; the winner of the 2005 Ribalow Prize, a perennial book club favorite, and the #1 bestselling novel in Holland.