Monday, October 07
07:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Join Holocaust survivor Irene Miller, author of Into No Man’s Land: A Historical Memoir on Monday, October 7 at 7:00 pm. Ms. Miller will recount the touching story of her family’s attempt to escape the horrors of the Holocaust, only to land in no man’s land; a frozen field in a Siberian labor camp, in an impoverished village in Uzbekistan. Her story is of courage, determination, perseverance and the power of the human spirit. Ms. Miller spent 8 years of her life in orphanages, but this did not destroy her dreams and desire to live a full and rich life.
Ms. Miller is a retired healthcare executive and now spends her time volunteering as a docent and speaker for the DIA. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the American Jewish Committee, and speaks regularly at the Holocaust Center and at many churches, schools and other organizations.
Copies of Ms. Miller’s book will be available for purchase and signing after her talk. Her book serves her mission to promote tolerance.
Registration is requested. Fill out the form below or call the adult reference desk at 248-246-3727. Sponsored by the Friends of the Royal Oak Public Library.
78 of 100 places available.
50 of 50 places available on the waitlist.
The registration is closed