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CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Terre Haute will lead a group trip to Kansas City leaving July 29 and returning Aug. 1. Participants will have an opportunity to visit the world-renowned exhibit “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away” at Union Station where they will experience the history of the Holocaust through a collection of over 700 artifacts.

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Soon after the doors reopened Friday at the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center, visitors arrived to see a new exhibit and hear the survivor stories.

Follow the Frank family’s life in their secret attic as they hide from the Nazi’s during Indiana State University’s Performing Art Series presentation of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” The enduring story from World War II will be presented at 7:30 p.m. o

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The world on Monday marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. And in Indiana, young Hoosiers marked Eva Education Day in honor of the late Eva Mozes Kor, the Auschwitz survivor who called Terre Haute home for nearly six decades and who made a message of forgiveness her life's work.

The downtown area of Terre Haute will be aglow on the evening Jan. 27 with a special tribute, “Candles for CANDLES,” organized by members of the 41|40 Arts & Cultural District to pay tribute to Eva Kor on the day Gov. Holcomb, in collaboration with|The downtown area of Terre Haute will be aglow on the evening Jan. 27 with a special tribute, “Candles for CANDLES,” organized by members of the 41|40 Arts & Cultural District to pay tribute to Eva Kor on the day Gov. Holcomb, in collaboration with WFYI and Ted Green Films, has proclaimed as “Eva Education Day” in Indiana.