Please Join Downtown Daffodil Celebration in Woodruff Park on March 12!

What Do 20,000 Daffodils Look Like?

Find Out At The Downtown Daffodil Celebration in Woodruff Park On March 12! 

YOURS TRULY will be there to capture this amazing event 🙂

Woodruff Park

 The daffodils planted in Woodruff Park serve to beautify the park landscaping in a meaningful and purposeful way.  The Daffodil Project is a world-wide project that empowers Holocaust Education, and aspires to build a Living Holocaust Memorial by planting 1.5 million daffodils around the world to remember and represent the one and a half million children who died senselessly in Nazi occupied Europe.  The vision for this project in Downtown Atlanta includes planting daffodils along the route of the streetcar, as well as lining the path from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights to the King Center.  To kick start the Downtown vision, 20,000 daffodils have been planted around the children’s playground in Woodruff Park, the city’s historic center.  Woodruff Park Facebook: and Web Site:

About AmYisrael Chai!: Am Yisrael Chai! is a non-profit Holocaust Education and Awareness Organization. Each year we host a community event in Atlanta, Georgia to commemorate the Holocaust and to celebrate survival and success. Am Yisrael Chai! has developed The Daffodil Project, a world-wide project empowering Holocaust Education. The shape and color of the daffodils represent the yellow stars Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust. The daffodils represent our hope for the future as they return with resilience and beauty each year, reminding us to remember the past and take action for the future.

Media and the public are invited to join the celebration!

Where:  Woodruff Park Reading Room at the intersection of Peachtree Street & Auburn Avenue

When:   Wednesday, March 12at Noon

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