Our annual educational events include programming for Holocaust Education Week, Raoul Wallenberg Day, International Holocaust Remembrance Day and Yom Hashoah.
FILM SCREENING 2020 - January 16 - PROGRAM DETAILS COMING SOON
Raoul Wallenberg Day was designated by the Government of Canada in 2001 to honour Wallenberg, Canada’s first honorary citizen, who is credited with saving the lives of tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews. When Soviet forces liberated Budapest in February 1945, more than 100,000 Jews remained, mostly because of the efforts of Wallenberg and his colleagues. Wallenberg disappeared on January 17, 1945. His righteous heroism is a legacy and inspiration for all Canadians. For more information about Raoul Wallenberg, please visit the Holocaust Encyclopedia of the USHMM.
The Neuberger presents an annual commemorative and educational program, which incorporates a film highlighting courageous actions of Righteous Among the Nations or addresses the history of the Holocaust in Hungary.
Save the date: Sunday, January 26, 2020 - program details coming soon
January 27 marks the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp. In 2005, the United Nations General Assembly designated this day as International Holocaust Remembrance Day (IHRD)*, an annual day of commemoration to honour the victims of the Nazi era.
*Designated by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 60/7 on 1 November 2005.
The Neuberger first commemorated International Holocaust Remembrance Day in 2010.
Save the date: April 20, 2020
Yom Hashoah V’Hagvurah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) is designated by the State of Israel on the Hebrew date of 27 Nisan. The community joins together in our annual memorial (yizkor) service, presented in partnership with several community organizations.
The Neuberger is proud to partner with UJA's Israel Engagement and Shinshinim on an innovative grassroots program in honour of Yom Hashoah. Zikaron BaSalon (Hebrew for “memories in the living room”) invites you to commemorate the Holocaust in a personal way, among friends, family and guests, in an intimate atmosphere.