Sunday 21 March
Tickets $25 (includes the talk and museum entry)
For 14 years and older
Jack Feiler was born in Poland in 1944. Jack’s is one of the most haunting and unforgettable stories of survival of the Holocaust.
His parents, aunt and uncle were hidden by a farmer. His young mother didn’t realise that she was pregnant until she delivered a child. Given the danger of the baby crying when the SS were raiding farms in the area, his parents wrapped Jack in a blanket and put him in a box on a doorstep, presuming he would die.
Find out Jack’s story of survival and his post-war experiences in this talk.
Due to COVID-19, seats are limited.