If we ignore the lessons of the Holocaust, we risk repeating it.

This entrance to the Garden will address reasons and ways we remember the Holocaust. It begins with the largest stone gabion wall in the Garden, filled with stones from the Upstander Stones Project, consisting of one stone for each of the 1.5 million child victims of the Holocaust. This gabion wall will hold the majority of the Upstander Stones and will serve as the initial meeting place and focal point for students and groups entering the garden.

This exhibit will feature an artistic four panel display with timeline, plus plantings, a bench, and key educational information with QR code link to additional material on website.

Sponsored by:
The Teutsch Family​

“Am I my brother’s keeper?” Genesis 4:9