MHM Book Launch: Janet Boldt

YOU ARE INVITED

To the Mennonite Heritage Museum Book Launch for:

Janet Boldt’s “The Diary of Emma Mollmann from 1914 to 1923”

Free Event!
March 8, Friday
3pm at the Mennonite Heritage Museum
Meet Janet Boldt
Meet Peter Neudorf

Books available for purchase from the MHM Bookstore.

Through the translating work done by Barbara Boldt and Peter Neudorf, Janet was able to learn so much about her grandmother who called Janet her “soulmate”. The diaries revealed several themes as Emma recorded personal longings, prayers, moments, and tantalizing details of her life during a time of ‘significant upheaval and uncertainty in Ukraine’.

Janet Boldt is Faculty Emerita at Columbia Bible College.

Don’t miss your chance to get your copy of the book and talk to Janet!

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The Amish Project by Jessica Dickey, Dark Glass Theatre February 20-23 at Studio 1398 (The NEST) 1398 Cartwright St, Vancouver

Special group rate for patrons of Mennonite Heritage Museum!

Thursday, February 21 matinee at 2pm

Groups of 10+ receive tix for $20/each

To book: email darkglasstheatre@gmail.com

Location: The NEST
1398 Cartwright Street, Granville Island

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Dark Glass Theatre Presents:     

                                                   

THE AMISH PROJECT by Jessica Dickey

FEBRUARY 20-23rd 2019

Studio 1398 (The NEST)

1398 Cartwright St, Vancouver

A surprising story of radical forgiveness in the face of horrific tragedy.

When a man walks into an Amish schoolhouse and shoots 10 girls, the world seems to stop. The stunned community must find a way to keep going, and their choice? Immediate and startling compassion.

Inspired by true events in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania in 2006, this powerful play explores the challenging path of forgiveness. At the centre of the story is Carol, the gunman’s widow, who must not only wrestle with questions about the man she loves but with the outpouring of generosity from those most affected by the tragedy. An important exploration of Anabaptist values in action, this story challenges our culture in ways we really need to hear right now.

“Extraordinary… compelling… the play is a remarkable piece of writing.” The New

York Times

Starring Kelsey Krogman, Anna Dalgleish, Esther Koepnick, and Heidi MacDonald
Directed by Angela Konrad
Production Design by Robyn Ayles
Sound Design by Paul Zacharias
Stage Management by Mikayla Whitehouse

Performances Feb 20 – 23 @ 8 pm; Feb 21 & 23 @ 2 pm

Tickets $35. For group rates, email darkglasstheatre@gmail.com

Tickets and info: www.darkglasstheatre.com