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  1. Chapel Open House

    February 3, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Century Memorial Chapel

    Planning a wedding or renewal of vows? Brides and grooms will meet our rental attendant and tour the chapel during this special open house date. We invite guests to come to our Chapel Open House on February 3 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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  2. History Speaks: Stumbling on History: How Nations Atone for Past Wrongs

    February 3, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Century Memorial Chapel

    How do countries recognize, accept responsibility, and atone for historical crimes? From Australia to the United States, nations have wrestled with this ethical dilemma. Interestingly, Germany provides leadership through a public arts project. Edith Westerfeld, an 89-year-old Holocaust refugee who has lived in Chicago since arriving in the United States in 1938, wondered if the memory of the Nazis murdering her parents, along with other victims, will outlive the survivors. Seventy-six years after Edith’s parents saved their daughter’s life by sending her, alone and terrified, to America, she returned to the German town where her family had lived for years. Invited to witness the installation of an artistic memorial to her family entitled Stolpersteine (“Stumbling Stones”) – part of an effort throughout Europe to confront the genocide of World War II – she experienced how art is helping today’s generation face and atone for crimes of the past. Presented by: Fern Schumer Chapman

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