Stop by the National Hellenic Museum for a discussion about Hidden in Plain Sight, a novel by Karen Batshaw that tells the story of a young girl living in Nazi occupied Greece during WWII.
The discussion will be taking place on Thursday, October 27 where there will be books available for purchase as well as a signing by the author herself.
Hidden in Plain Sight details the plight of Jewish Greeks during the Nazi occupation of WWII and was inspired by Batshaw’s meeting a Greek Jewish man who told her of the Orthodox Christians who tried to help his family survive the occupation.
Admission for the event is $15 for non-members, $10 for members and $5 for students. For more information please see: nationalhellenicmuseum.org