Chavurat Shalom | April 27, 2017

May is going to be an entertaining and engaging month for Chavurat Shalom. Please join us for the following programs:

• Thursday, May 4 – Get your Derby on! We’ll be playing Derby-themed games and music. Lunch will include grilled cheese, tomato soup, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and brownies.

• Thursday, May 11 – Sara Robinson will play Name that Tune and we’ll celebrate all the mothers in the group with fun games and prizes. Lunch will include herb roasted chicken, rice pilaf, creamed corn, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and cheesecake.

• Thursday, May 18 – We’ll be traveling across the river to see Sister Act at the Derby Dinner Playhouse. Tickets (including transportation) will be $10. (Such a deal!) We’ll meet at The Temple at 11 a.m. and return by 4 p.m. RSVPs are absolutely required no later than Thursday, May 11. Contact Sarah at 423-1818 or at to register.

• Thursday, May 25 – Our friend Danny Fortier from the Humana Social Isolation Project will be talking about “Real Aging vs. Dementia and How to Maintain a Healthy Brain.” Lunch will include meatball and orzo soup, deli platter, pasta salad, fresh fruit, and blackberry cobbler. We’ll also be celebrating May birthdays and anniversaries.

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. A healthy and nutritious lunch is available at noon for $5, followed by the program at 1 p.m. Come see what all the buzz is about with Chavurat Shalom’s re-energized programming and fabulous caterer, Chef Z, and make sure there is enough for everyone to eat by reserving your place by contacting Sarah Harlan at 502-423-1818 by the Tuesday of the week you plan to attend.

Vegetarian meals are available if requested by the Tuesday before the event.

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 generous donors.

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