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  Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre > Events > From Silence to Celebration / No Goodbyes – Only Forevers
The Rabbi Cyril Harris Community Centre in association with the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre
invite you to

From Silence to Celebration / No Goodbyes – Only Forevers
In an evening of story, song, inspiring video footage and more
(nee Piatkin)

Singer-songwriter, performance coach and motivational speaker
ZOLA shares with you an inspiring multi-media presentation of life, love and laughter.
With the launch of the book NO GOODBYES by her late sister, Naava Piatka, ZOLA tells fascinating stories, providing honest testament to the endurance of love, the art of survival, the influence of family and the lasting impact of war.

the launch of the much acclaimed

A Father-Daughter Memoir of Love, War and Resurrection
by Naava Piatka

In NO GOODBYES author Naava Piatka who sadly passed away shortly after its publication last year, tells the story of the life of her charismatic Holocaust survivor father, Xavier and her relationship with him growing up in Cape Town. With poetic insight, and universal themes, NO GOODBYES reveals how, through the sharing of stories, a father and his daughter come to terms with the legacy of his horrific past, finding understanding, healing, and forgiveness in their renewed connection.

With grateful thanks to the Christa Maria Will Trust
WHEN: Sunday 20 March at 7.30pm
DONATION: R70.00 (including refreshments)
VENUE: Clive M Beck Auditorium
Rabbi Cyril Harris Community Centre (RCHCC)
cnr Glenhove Rd & 4th Street Houghton, East of the M1
BOOKING: Hazel or René (011 728 8088/8378) After Hours (011 728 8378)


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