Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center


Annual Kristallnacht Commemoration via ZOOM

Virtual via Zoom

All are invited to attend the annual commemoration of Kristallnacht. The "Night of Broken Glass" is considered by many historians as the beginning of the Holocaust in Germany. The event is sponsored by the Catholic-Jewish Dialogue of Collier County, and is free of charge and open to the public This year’s Guest Speaker is Rev. […]


“Footsteps of My Father” Screening

Virtual via Zoom

Join us for a Zoom discussion of the short film "Footsteps of My Father” Footsteps of My Father tells the story of the extraordinary courage of Master Sergeant Edmonds, a devout Christian from Tennessee who risked his own life to save the lives of 200 Jewish G.I.s when they were prisoners of the Germans during […]


The Luncheon 2020

Free Virtual via Youtube

The Virtual Luncheon (via Youtube) “The Rescue - The Story of José Arturo Castellanos” - Featuring a little known story of moral courage with a Naples connection. December 10th, Thursday starting at 11:30 am EST Our 2020 program is a free virtual presentation about the powerful story of a courageous diplomat from El Salvador who […]

Annual GenShoah “Pot Luck”

Virtual via Zoom

The GenShoah Annual Pot Luck is our once a year opportunity to schmooze, catch up, and eat good food—but this year the good food will have to be what you prepare and eat in your home. So, this is not exactly a pot luck this year. A lot of things are not happening exactly as […]

“Discussions with Docents” Zoom Program

PLEASE NOTE - the "Discussions with Docents" film discussion of Blessed Is The Match has been postponed. It will be rescheduled at a later date, and we will notify you as soon as more information is available. Thank you for your understanding and sorry for the inconvenience. Topic: Film Discussion - Blessed Is The Match […]

Jewish Book Festival Author Zoom Presentation

Topic: The Last Train to London with author Meg Waite Clayton Time: 1:00pm Eastern Time (U.S. and Canada) Cost: $10.00 RSVP required: visit https://jewishnaples.org/major-events/jewish-book-festival


International Holocaust Remembrance Day Zoom Program

Wednesday, January 27, 2021 Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm via Zoom RSVP required The Museum will commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Wednesday, January 27 at noon with a special virtual program including a tribute to local Survivors, moving music from the Terezin Music Foundation and official presentation of Rissa and Richard Grossman Reflection Room and […]

Free Museum Admission on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Wednesday, January 27, 2021 Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm; last entry at 3:00pm RSVP required Free Museum admission on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Note: limited capacity available. All guests must make reservations online (HMCEC.org) prior to arrival. No admittance without reservation.

“Hidden Children Share their Special Stories” – Zoom Program

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 Time: 4:00pm Eastern Time (U.S. and Canada) All Holocaust Survivors have a unique story to tell. Join us on Zoom to hear three local SWFL residents - Renee Beddouk, Maude Dahme and Renee Fritz - tell of their experiences as "Hidden Children." There is no charge to attend, but RSVP is […]


Triumph of Memories and Hope for the Future

Virtual via Zoom

Wednesday, March 24th at 7pm EST Please join us for a Virtual Evening of Hopeful Inspiration with Stephen Smith, Executive Director of the USC Shoah Foundation, inspirational music, and moving memories, all to benefit the education programs of the Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center. TRIUMPH 2021 SPONSORSHIP AND TICKET OPPORTUNITIES Remembrance Sponsor $15,000 Name […]