The Temple will host its annual Senior University program on Thursday, March 24. At 10 a.m., keynote speaker, Louisville mayor Greg Fischer will address issues confronting the city and will take questions.
Registration starts at 9 a.m. and the program runs until 3 p.m. It includes lunch and dessert. Admission is $12, payable at the door, but reservations are requested. Calling The Temple at 423-1818.
Three sessions of three workshops each will follow, one after the keynote and two after lunch. A “How Did We Do?” wrap-up session with dessert will conclude the day’s events.
Co-chairs Bette and Arnold Friedman have announced an outstanding group of presenters for the various workshops. The program includes:
• Cantor David Lipp of Congregation Adath Jeshurun on Passover music;
• Courier-Journal political writer and statehouse correspondent Joseph Gerth;
• Dr. Gerald Temes on “Your Arteries;”
• Joanne Weeter of the Louisville Landmarks Commission on historic preservation;
• Courier-Journal restaurant reviewer and food writer Marty Rosen;
• Antiques dealer Scott Nussbaum;
• Rabbi Chester Diamond on “The Exodus: Reading Between the Lines;”
• Rabbi David Ariel-Joel on Israeli current events; and
• Rabbi Joe Rooks Rapport on “State of Grace: Religion in the United States.”