Chavurat Shalom

On Thursday, October 4, classical pianist Nada will return with an enchanting program in the main sanctuary. Lunch in the Heideman will include baked tilapia, roasted cauliflower, barley with sautéed vegetables, Asian-style slaw, fresh fruit and rice pudding.
(There will be no Chavurat Shalom on Thursday, October 11.)
On Thursday, October 18, accordian player Mike O’Bryan will return to celebrate September and October birthdays and anniversaries. Lunch will include roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans with almonds, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and celebratory cake.
On Thursday, October 25, The Silver Notes will sing some spooky numbers for Halloween and other seasonal favorites. Lunch will include roasted chicken, wild rice pilaf, mixed vegetables, kale salad, fresh fruit and apple cobbler.
Chavurat Shalom is an opportunity for seniors to meet socially and share ideas. Lunch is $5 and reservations are due by the Tuesday before the program. RSVP to 502-423-1818 or sarahharlan86@gmail.com. A vegetarian option is available if requested in advance. All programs will be held in the Levy Great Hall of the Klein Center at The Temple unless otherwise noted in the listing. Lunch starts at noon, followed by the program at 1 pm. Transportation can be scheduled by calling Jewish Family & Career Services at 502-452-6341. Transportation to Chavurat Shalom is $5 round-trip. Chavurat Shalom is funded through the generosity of the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, TheTemple, The Temple Brotherhood and Sisterhood, NCJW, the Jewish Federation of Louisville, and other donors.

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