564 S Stone Avenue
Take the pledge, receive a copy of “The Last Butterfly” poem and experience the museum.
200 S 6th Avenue
Take the pledge and paint a Ben’s Bells Kindness Coin to help spread kindness in our town.
1245 E 2nd Street
Take the pledge and listen to and remember history through Jewish music before, during and after the Holocaust
2150 N Alvernon Way
Take the pledge and receive lavender seeds to plant in your own garden to attract butterflies and remember! NOTE: must already have a passport to enter.
5901 E 2nd St
Take the pledge and paint a ceramic butterfly in remembrance of a Jewish child who perished during the Holocaust.
5301 E. Grant Road
(Lot 29 at Glenn and Wyatt)
Take the pledge and pick up a plantable butterfly seed paper to take with you. *We will be accepting canned food donations for the Community Food Bank at this location to support the children who face food scarcity in our own community.
3800 E River Road
Take the pledge and decorate a butterfly magnet.
in the Holocaust
justice, remembrance, and hope.
Message from Tucson Jewish Museum & Holocaust Center:
“TJMHC is one of the seven stops on The Butterfly Trail in Tucson. Each stop on Tucson’s Butterfly Trail will feature a special activity on Jan. 29 from 1-4 p.m.
At TJMHC, Executive Director Lori Shepherd will greet visitors and provide information on The Butterfly Project. Local students will be at TJMHC to recite “The Butterfly,” a poem by Pavel Friedmann, a young man born in 1921 who was incarcerated at Terezin and was later killed at Auschwitz. His poem, which is published in the anthology “I Never Saw Another Butterfly: Children’s Drawings and Poems from Terezin Concentration Camp, 1942–1944,” helped inspire The Butterfly Project.”
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