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Book Talk: “A Woman’s Story of Survival: Franci’s War”

Virtual Event

The FHM is pleased to welcome prize-winning 2G journalist and author Helen Epstein for a virtual presentation about  her mother’s book: FRANCI'S WAR. Available in paperback, e-book and audio format, it is a powerful 


Panel Discussion: Babi Yar and Shostakovich’s 13th Symphony

Virtual Event

Please join us as we remember the 80th anniversary of the massacre at Babi Yar. On September 29 and 30, 1941 almost 34,000 Jewish men, women, and children were murdered in ravine just outside of Kiev, Ukraine. This massacre was one of the largest mass killings during the Holocaust.

Virtual program via our Facebook page:

Dimensions in Testimony℠ Progress-Style Open House

The Florida Holocaust Museum 55 5th Street S, Saint Petersburg, FL

Museum members will hear the latest news about The FHM from Museum leaders, get an exclusive ‘sneak peek” at The FHM’s newest exhibit – Dimensions in TestimonySM, and see Stitching History from the Holocaust with a Museum docent. Because of the open house format and to allow for social distancing, reservations are required. Get your free timed tickets HERE.

Kristallnacht Commemoration

The Florida Holocaust Museum 55 5th Street S, Saint Petersburg, FL

The Florida Holocaust Museum’s Annual Kristallnacht Commemoration features a commemorative service and candle lighting followed by our keynote speaker and author Rachael Cerrotti. Cerrotti is an award-winning photographer, writer, educator and audio producer. Her work explores the intergenerational impact of war and memory.

Attend in person or virtually via our Facebook page:

Coffee with a Survivor: Marie Silverman

Join us for this online event in partnership with Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center. Marie Silverman was born in 1931 and lived with her sister Jeannette and their parents 

To Life 2022: To Eternity

To Life 2022 will mark 30 years for The Florida Holocaust Museum and our mission has never been more important. Along with a sharp increase in antisemitic incidents, Holocaust denial