Roseville Event: "An Evening with a Holocaust Survivor" at Placer Fairgrounds
"An Evening with a Holocaust Survivor" Rabbi Nissen Mangel–the youngest child prisoner at Auschwitz–will take place on
Wednesday, January 31 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at (the newly renovated) “THE GROUNDS” – 800 All America City Blvd., Roseville, 95678
The youngest prisoner of the notorious Nazi Auschwitz, Rabbi Nissen Mangel survived against all odds to become a world renowned scholar, author, speaker, and philosopher. Beyond the daily miracle of staying alive, Rabbi Mangel evaded the notorious “Selections” at Auschwitz. He endured seven concentration camps, the final death march, and ultimately survived, an unheard of, three encounters with the infamous Dr. Mengele–also known as the “Angel of Death.” Rabbi Mangel will share his extraordinary story of survival, faith, and triumph at this special event.
Tickets: $15 / at the door $20 / VIP (includes private meet n’ greet with speaker prior to event) $72 / Students are FREEVisit Event Website for More Info