Environmental Film Series at the Figge Art Museum (225 W. 2nd St., Davenport) – 6 Sundays (Jan. 19, Feb. 23, Mar. 15, Apr. 5, Apr. 26, May 17) at 4 PM.
Admission: Adults $5; Students $2. Click on flyer below for details.
On April 17, ArtsPower production of “My Heart in a Suitcase” will return to the Quad Cities for two performances. The first performance will be held at United Township High School in East Moline, IL at 9 AM. The second performance that same day will be at 1 PM at Geneseo High School in Geneseo, IL. Free and open to the public
Yom Hashoah will be held April 19, 2020 at the Tri Ciy Jewish Center (2715 30th St, Rock Island, IL). The speaker will be Ida Paluch Kersz.
In 1942, Ida Paluch Kersz was separated from her family in Poland as soldiers of the Nazi German regime rounded up the Jews of the Sosnowiec ghetto. The Holocaust survivor, who now lives in the Chicago suburb of Skokie, will be the 2020 keynote speaker this year in the Quad Cities. Details will be forthcoming.
United Township High School (1275 Avenue of the Cities, East Moline, IL) will present a play “And a Child Shall Lead” on Thursday, January 23 and Friday 24 at 7 PM and Sunday, January 26 at 2 PM. Click on flyer for details.
Noah Lederman, author of A World Erased: A Grandson’s Search for his Family’s Holocaust Secrets, presented at the Bettendorf Public Library and Moline Public Library fall 2019. Noah was also a guest on St. Ambrose University’s KALA ROI radio show.