Anne Frank: At the Library
Join us to remember Anne Frank, the courageous young Jewish refugee whose diary spoke eloquently for millions who suffered in the Second World War.
We will have educational displays brought in from the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect in New York City. These will be displayed Oct. 20 to Nov. 15 at Kitchener Public Library main branch. http://kpl.org/art-exhibits
You are also invited to our special preview, Sunday Nov. 13, of portions of Annelies, the moving choral cantata by James Whitbourn that brings music to Anne’s words.
Beth Slepian, education director for the Anne Frank Center, will also present a talk on Anne, her history, her legacy, and how her story helps us meet the challenges of the 21st century.
This preview will be performed by the Grand Philharmonic Chamber Singers.
All Nov. 13 events are free, take place at the library, and are open to the public.