A presentation by Holocaust survivor Sara Moses
Sunday October 22 ~ 7:30 pm

The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities and Chabad of Northwest Metro Denver invite you to hear Sara Moses’s story of childhood terror, tragedy, and survival.

As a young girl, Sara Moses had never seen a flower, or tasted ice cream. Her childhood was filled with violence, loss, and hunger. At seven years old, Moses was one of the youngest children to leave the infamous Bergen-Belsen concentration camp alive.

Today, Moses, who lives in Denver, is an 84-year-old survivor of the infamous Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where as many as 50,000 Jewish people imprisoned by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi forces died. The camp was liberated on April 15, 1945 - only a month or two after Anne Frank, then 15, died in that same camp, and 5 days after Moses’ 7th birthday. 

VIP Reception

Join us after the talk for food, drinks, and a chance to meet the event's speakers! VIP Reception tickets include premium seating in the Main Stage Theatre, and an invitation to the post-event reception. Follow the link below to purchase! 

Student/Youth ticket price: $10

VIP Reception tickets: $60, or $110 a pair

Click here to buy tickets