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Programs & Events

Support several programs and events to help distribute knowledge and lessons learned from past events.
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Upcoming Programs

The Museum regularly hosts public programs on site, including lectures, book talks, film programs, and more. Click Here for more information.  

Lutz Humanitarian Award

The Lutz Humanitarian Award is the Museum’s annual fundraising event honoring historical and contemporary humanitarians. The 2023 program will take place on November 2. Learn more here.  

Civic Education

Law Enforcement and Society

St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) have partnered for the last 10 years in education in a training for police officers that includes a guided tour of the Museum, and overview of how “law enforcement” reacted to Nazi control and finally a session facilitated by ADL staff, making the lessons relevant to their roles in contemporary society. 

Rubin* and Gloria Feldman Family Education Institute

The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum conducts a multi-day educator workshop annually usually in collaboration with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. The institute is comprised of lectures and presentations designed to train educators of effective techniques for integrating Holocaust curriculum in the classroom. Click here to apply

Annual yom hashoah program

Each year the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum organizes and presents the community-wide Yom HaShoah Program, commemorating the Holocaust. The event takes place at a different house of worship each year and attracts between 600 and 1000 attendees.


Oral History Project

This project includes the recorded and video- taped testimony of several hundred St. Louis area Holocaust survivors. The mission of this project is to gather as many of these recording of first-hand accounts of Holocaust history as possible. Many of these testimonies are featured in the Museum’s permanent Holocaust exhibition.