Author to share Holocaust memoirs

Julian Padowicz, an award-winning author and documentary filmmaker, will share Holocaust-era memories at a program sponsored by The Women’s Fellowship of Second Congregational Church on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 10:45 a.m. in the church’s Fletcher Hall at 139 E. Putnam Avenue.

In a talk titled A Streetcar Named Eternity, Mr. Padowicz, a Stamford resident, will recount the story of his mother’s courageous and resourceful journey and ultimate escape with him from Nazi-occupied Poland. He discussed this harrowing tale in his memoirs Mother and Me: Escape from Warsaw 1939 and A Ship in the Harbor and now he is bringing the discussion to Greenwich.

An ethnic “taste and tell” luncheon will follow. The price of the program and luncheon is $8.

For reservations, contact Gloria LaDestro, church office manager, at 203-869-9311, ext. 120, or e-mail [email protected]

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