Date: Friday, April 16, 2021
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pmLocation:
Virtually via Zoom
Contact: Shari Berman
Shoshana’s Tapestries: An Interactive Virtual Experience
Friday, April 16, 1pm-2pm
Made possible by DOROT* and in partnership with the JCC of Mid-Westchester, Edlavitch DCJCC and the Pozez JCC
Join us for an extraordinary interactive experience of Holocaust remembrance and artistic expression. Travel virtually to the New York City apartment of Ted Comet, a 96-year-old respected Jewish community leader, to view five unique tapestries woven by his late wife, Shoshana Comet – Holocaust survivor, psychotherapist, and artist. Each tapestry is a testament to the power of the mind to turn trauma into creative and healing energy. A lifelong friend of Elie Wiesel, Ted is an eloquent speaker with an inspirational story about suffering, loss, and healing that you will never forget.
Fee: Free, however, you must register for this program.
Note: This unique opportunity is limited to 10 registrants from our JCC, on a “first come first served” basis, with a waiting list.
To Register, click this link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkce2rrzIrH9MVlEg_Gw44N80yRfH2xGKw
Questions? Contact Shari.Berman@thej.org or 703.537.3068.
*DOROT alleviates social isolation among older adults through the assistance of volunteers, fostering mutually beneficial relationships while enabling older adults to remain independent in their homes.