"If you will it, it is no dream." Theodor Herzl, a non-religious journalist in Vienna, changed his world view during the persecution of Alfred Dreyfus, the Jewish French army officer who was framed because he was Jewish. Herzl, thereupon, personally converted himself into an ardent Zionist. Herzl led international Jewish Zionist efforts in the late 19th and early 20th century, and his seeds led directly to the re-establishment of the Jewish homeland after 2,000 years.
Cost: $7 per adult; $3 per student; healthy foods and discussion materials included.