We invite you to a special event on August 27th....
A Historic Evening with
Anne Frank's Stepsister
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Doors open at 6:30pm
The Colonial Theater
450 A Street, Idaho Falls
Learning from the past;
Living the present;
Looking to the future.
Enjoy a unique and historic opportunity to enter the world of the
stepsister and childhood friend of Anne Frank, Mrs. Eva Schloss, London, UK.
Eva Schloss is a trustee of the Anne Frank Educational Trust, has published three books, and is the subject of James Still's play "And then they came for Me": Remembering the world of Anne Frank." Like her step-sister, Eva went into hiding in Holland, and was betrayed, captured, and sent to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. Listen to a firsthand account of the discovery and printing of Anne Frank's famed diary and glean insight into the life and times of Eva Schloss and Anne Frank.
Together with her husband Zvi, Mrs. Schloss currently resides in London, England. She has three children and five grandchildren.
To purchase tickets, call the Idaho Falls Arts Council at (208) 522-0471 or visit www.idahofallsarts.org
VIP ticket holders are entitled to preferred seating, a private cocktail reception with Mrs. Schloss at 6:00pm in the Hartwell-Chesbro Room of the Willard Arts Center, a signed copy of Mrs. Schloss' book, and a private viewing of exhibit paintings completed by Mrs. Schloss' brother Heinz Geiringer while he was in hiding from the Nazis.
SPECIAL: The first 100 ticket sales will receive a free copy* of Mrs. Schloss' book, "Eva's Story", from the Idaho Falls Public Library.
*Limit one per family.
Chabad Jewish Center in Idaho • Mae Neuber Foundation • Idaho Humanities Council
Idaho Falls Public Library • City Club of Idaho Falls • Idaho Falls Arts Council