The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance will begin hosting its Millennial Month starting today. This inaugural event series will offer Millennials the chance to pay as much or as little to enter the Museum starting now and to participate in three Millennials-only Tuesday night events on June 14, 21 and 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
“Millennials are open-minded and engaged, and we want to inspire them as much as they inspire us. Every Millennial who visits the Museum as part of this program will be able to contribute to give the same opportunity to Dallas area families lacking income for museum visits,” said Museum CEO and President Mary Pat Higgins. “We believe that this month-long program will truly result in sharing the stories of the past with the generations of the future in the spirit of, ‘never again.’”
Food and beverages will be served, and docent-led tours will be available to all Millennial guests in attendance. The Museum will also have local music artists as entertainment and will feature partner and sponsor products from several local businesses. The Elliott and Patty Garsek Charitable Fund is also a sponsor of this program.
Any amount the attendees choose to donate will be used for the Museum’s Pay-It-Forward July program. This annual program allows disadvantaged families to pick up free admission vouchers from various non-profit organizations in the area and see the Museum at no cost. To see details on Millennials-Only Museum nights and other events, visit dallasholocaustmuseum.org.