The Holocaust Remembrance Association—a Kingwood-based nonprofit—recently celebrated the grand opening of the first phase of its Holocaust Garden of Hope in King's Harbor.

As previously reported by Community Impact, the one-of-a-kind children's memorial garden will feature eight pocket exhibits, each focusing on a specific aspect of the Holocaust. According to the organization's website, the exhibits will feature art and plantings enhanced with personal stories told by people who experienced the Holocaust as children or young adults, upon completion.

Officials with King's Harbor noted more than 600 attendees took part in the grand opening celebration.