7 p.m., Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center, University of Lynchburg. Peabody, who was born in Poland in 1932, was 9 years old "when Nazi soldiers threatened her life and the lives of everyone around her, which forced her family to go into hiding and flee the only home she had known," according to a news release. She immigrated to the U.S. in 1968 and now volunteers at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, sharing her story though the museum’s lecture program. The event is co-sponsored by the Holocaust Education Foundation of Central Virginia and the University of Lynchburg Westover Honors College. Open to public. Free. Details: www.lynchburg.edu.


  • Occurred Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 @ 7:00 pm


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