Esther Bauer will be speaking at Bay College on her final tour.
Bay College Campus Activities Board and the Bay College Diversity Committee are proud to host Holocaust Survivor Esther Bauer. Born in Hamburg, Germany in 1924, Esther’s father was the principal of a Jewish Girls School, and her mother was a medical doctor. On July 19th
, 1942, Esther and her parents were deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto in Czechoslovakia, where her father died six months later. After two years she married when she found that her now husband was to be sent to the city of Dresden to build a new Ghetto. The men were instead sent to Auschwitz, where later both Esther and her mother were sent. Of the three, only Esther survived.
In this unforgettable and moving lecture, Esther Bauer recounts her harrowing experiences as a Holocaust Survivor. Esther speaks to students as often as she can so they will “learn what happened, and see to it that it never happens again”. Esther’s bounding energy and joy for life is infectious, and will leave you filled with respect and appreciation for the indestructability of the human spirit.
Esther Bauer visits the Besse Theater on the Escanaba Campus of Bay College at 7pm EST on Monday, October 5th
. Tickets for the Besse Theater are just $1 for students, and $5 general admission. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Student Accounts Office in the Student Services Building, or online at http://baycollege.tix.com.
Esther’s presentation will also be broadcasted live to Fornetti Hall at Bay College West Campus in Iron Mountain. Admission to the Iron Mountain broadcast is free, and will begin at 6pm CST on Monday, October 5th
This presentation is part of the Campus Activities Board schedule of events, and more information can be found at http://www.baycollege.edu/cab
or the CAB Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/baycab