The small Czech village of Lidice was brutally burned and buried as the village men, women, and children were separated and sent to prison death camps on this tragic day of June 9th of 1942. The statue of the Lidice children and the nearby rose garden honors the children’s memory and stands as a tribute to harmony and companionship. You are invited overcome sadness and cruelty with music of peace and friendship on Crosscurrents, 6/9 at 8 a.m.
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