2015 Tolerance Week Events
Monday, April 20 - 6:00, Morningside College UPS Auditorium, screening of the Academy Award Winning documentary, The Lady in Number 6 – Music Saved My Life, followed by a discussion of the importance of music by Ryan Haskins, conductor of the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra.
Tuesday, April 21 – Event is being planned, check back for details
Wednesday, April 22 – Area 8th graders will attend a screening of “Nicky’s Family” at 9:30 at the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre.
Wednesday, April 22 – A special Encore presentation of “Rise: A Journey of Spiritual Resistance” a live musical and audiovisual event presented by Ryan Haskins, Conductor of the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra on the stage at the Orpheum Theatre at 7:30. The performance will feature music, artwork and readings created during or inspired by the holocaust. As always, the event is free and open to the public.
Thursday, April 23 – Event is being planned, check back for details
ALL WEEK – Auschwitz Survivor and Holocaust Educator Philip Gans will be speaking to area middle and high school students.