We’ve got some great musical entertainment and holidays to observe. Check out what’s happening at Chavurat Shalom in September:
Thursday, September 7 – guitar students from the University of Louisville Department of Music will perform for us. Lunch will include cheese tortellini alfredo with smoked salmon, broccoli and carrots, mixed green salad, fresh fruit, and assorted cookies and brownies.
Thursday, September 14 – flappers, yes! There are two of those. Crowd favorites Two of Diamonds (Ann Waterman and Beth Olliges) take you back to the Roaring 20s for a delightful costumed journey in music. Sing along. Lunch will include meatloaf, green beans, roasted potatoes, mixed green salad, fresh fruit, and bread pudding.
Thursday, September 21 – no Chavurat Shalom; shana tovah u’metukah!
Thursday, September 28 – Mike O’Bryan, accordion player extraordinaire, will return to entertain us. Lunch will include herb roasted chicken, couscous with roasted vegetables, mixed green salad, fresh fruit, and apple cobbler.
Thursday, October 5 – no Chavurat Shalom; chag sukkot sameach!
Chavurat Shalom is a community-wide program for Jewish seniors and their friends. The group meets in the Levy Great Hall of the Klein Center at The Temple, 5101 U.S. Highway 42, unless otherwise designated in the listing.
Lunch is available at noon for $5, followed by the program at 1 p.m. Chef Z is the caterer for the activities. Contact Sarah Harlan at 502-423-1818 or email@example.com by the Tuesday of the week of the activity for reservations. Vegetarian meals are available if requested.
Transportation can be scheduled by calling Jewish Family & Career Services at 502-452-6341. Transportation to Chavurat Shalom is $5 round-trip.
Funding for Chavurat Shalom is provided by the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, the Jewish Community of Louisville, National Council of Jewish Women, The Temple’s Men of Reform Judaism and Women of Reform Judaism, and other donors.