On Thursday, May 31, Two of Diamonds will perform old and new Broadway favorites. Wear glitz and glitter. Lunch will include rotisserie style chicken, grilled vegetables, quinoa, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and triple chocolate cake.
There will be no Chavurat Shalom on Thursday, June 7, as The Temple hosts a week-long conference of the North American Association of Community and Congregational Hebrew High Schools.
On Thursday, June 14, Sara Robinson will lead a patriotic music sing-along. Lunch will include honey bourbon chicken, couscous, broccoli and carrots, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and strawberry trifle.
On Thursday, June 21, accordion player Mike O’Bryan will entertain. Lunch will include beef stir fry with vegetables, rice pilaf, spinach salad, fresh fruit and blackberry cobbler.
On Thursday, June 28, The Temple vocalist Jennifer Diamond, accompanied by Daniel Worley on guitar, will perform and May and June birthdays and anniversaries will be celebrated. Lunch in the Heideman will include grilled chicken with penne pasta, roasted cauliflower, mixed green salad, fresh fruit, and chocolate spoon cake. The program will follow in the Chapel.
Chavurat Shalom is a community-wide program for all Jewish senior adults and their friends. We meet 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. 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 many other generous donors. Remember to RSVP or request a vegetarian meal no later than the Tuesday before each program to email@example.com or 423-1818.