The Temple’s annual Senior University program will be held on Thursday, April 24, from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m., and Madeline Abramson will be the keynote speaker. Her topic will be “All I Really Need to Know, I Learned by Volunteering.”
The fee is $12, which can be paid at the door, but registration is required by April 17. The full program, a continental breakfast, lunch and dessert are included.
After the keynote speech at 10 a.m., the program will include three sessions with three workshops each, on a variety of subjects that include politics, religion, music, memory, and steamboats. One session will precede lunch and two will follow.
The program lineup includes: Jennifer Diamond and Dr. Louie Bailey, “Sing Unto God: Original Jewish Music”; Mauri Malka from JFCS, “Doing Better at Getting Older”; Mark Wetherington from the Filson Historical Society, “Steamboats: Remaking the Falls of the Ohio”; Haleh Karemi, “Islam: A Modern Woman’s Perspective”; Charlene Reynolds from Age Transitions, “Senior Memory: What is Normal?”; Phillip Bailey from WFPL, “The Senate Race and Kentucky Politics”; Rabbi David Ariel-Joel, “What is a Jew? What Makes Me Jewish?”; Rabbi Joe Rooks Rapport, “The Unsung Story: Al Jolson Goes to War”; and Rabbi Gaylia R. Rooks, “A Bintel Brief: Questions & Answers from a Bygone Age.”
For more information or to make reservations, contact The Temple, 423-1818.