Are you planning a class field trip or an outing for your community group? The team at the Michael Klahr Center would be happy to host you for a personalized tour. We offer special screenings of Were the House Still Standing, a moving film installation that tells the stories of many Holocaust survivors who settled in Maine, or Michael’s Story, a short documentary appropriate for children that tells the story of Michael Klahr, a hidden child. We also offer powerful, interactive workshops on Holocaust history and human rights in the Dr. Julius Ciembroniewicz Education Room. Breakfast and lunch catering options are available as well if your group wishes to spend more time at the Klahr Center. For more information, call (207) 621-3530 or email philip.fishman at maine.edu.