6 2024

Zicaron BaSalon

5:30PM - 7:30PM  

$ Cost $ 0.00

"A memory in the living room"

Zikaron BaSalon is a journey through time - We remember the past to shape the future. It is a unique and authentic tradition of people gathering together to open their hearts to the stories of the survivors, sing, think, read, talk, and most importantly—listen.


May 6, 2024  |  Greenville, SC

5:30 - 7:30 PM

Light refreshments will be served


May 5-6 this year is Yom HaShoah, better known in the US as Holocaust Remembrance Day. For the second year, Miki Karni brings Zikaron BaSalon to our community. This year, in partnership with Greenville Jewish Federation, we offer you the unique opportunity to hear the inspiring story of Sonia Floch, A Holocaust survivor from Lithuania.

Separated from her newlywed husband, Sonia survived the cruel Shavl (Siavlia) ghetto and the Stutthof concentration camp, and endured the Death March before the liberation of the camp. The story has a happy ending...

Sonia’s daughter, Sarah Lazarus, and Sarah's children, Dr. David Lazarus and Rebecca Mittleman, all Greenville residents, will share her story of bravery. This is a rare opportunity to hear a survivor's story and its impact on both a second and third generation.

In 2023, Miki hosted 50 people in her own living room. To give more people in the community a chance to experience the salon, the event will move to a location better suited for a larger audience.

For more information, visit the Zikaron Basalon website.