Holocaust survivor in Denver preserves memories in book

DENVER – As she approached her 80th year, Holocaust survivor Paula Burger became determined to ensure her generation’s memories lived on. Burger had told her story time and again over the years to audiences in Denver, her postwar hometown. Now, she has written Paula’s Window: Papa, the Bielski Partisans and a Life Unexpected. It is a story of survival, but also of faith in family, compassion and the possibility of beauty.

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Papermaking class to be offered

The Durango Arts Center will offer “Paper Possibilities” hand papermaking with visiting artist Helen Hiebert April 18 and 19 at the center, 802 East Second Ave.

Participants will create objects that expand and collapse, open and close, fold and unfold that can turn into books, tubes, tunnels, lanterns and more. The cost of the workshop is $195 for center members and $225 for general registration.

Hiebert is a Colorado artist who constructs installations, sculptures,...


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