Summer Programming at the HHRC

 a class of middle school students visiting the center, looking at Lesia Sochor's paintings and Pysanka decorated eggs.

The beautiful Michael Klahr Center is open for rentals. The space offers a large classroom for presentations and meetings, a sun-filled atrium, a 75-seat auditorium, and both rotating and permanent exhibits. We can recommend quality local food service and assist with equipment set-up and tours. This is a wonderful venue for classes, presentations, gatherings, film screenings, or celebrations. If you would like more information or want to reserve the space, email the HHRC.

The 2023 Summer Seminars are filling up fast, so if you would like to attend one of these 2-day professional training seminars, in person at the Michael Klahr Center, click here to learn more and register.

  • Teaching the Holocaust will be held on July 11th and 12th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The seminar will include sessions on antisemitism, the rise of the Nazis, and the Holocaust itself. Limited spots remain.
  • Addressing Bias and Hate at School will be held on July 19th and 20th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. After learning about the nature of bias, we’ll reflect on ways to teach this complex subject and create welcoming classrooms and school communities. This seminar is full, but there is a waiting list; if you wish to be on it, please email us.