Please join us for a dinner party hosted by fellow alumni, and be part of the conversation around creating vibrant Jewish communities!
Elai Rettig focuses his research on the interplay between energy security and foreign policy, particularly in the Middle East and West Africa. The Israel Institute Teaching Fellow in Israeli and Environmental Studies at Washington University, Elai has published his research in peer-reviewed journals.
Led by Artist Joanne Szapszewicz, express thoughts and emotions through creativity at this monthly art group. Artist journal required for class. Space is limited. RSVP to 442-3255.
Learn of transportation services provided by newly formed ITN Gateway for self or others. Informational session regarding this new service presented by Director Susan Kallash-Bailey.
Book Group meets monthly, third Friday of the month – this month’s book features Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich.
You’re invited to a special earth day project as part of the 4th annual Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement Festival! Led by Artist Josie Talve-Goodman you will form a 2 or 3 dimensional image/sculpture inspired by nature out of recycled paper pulp. No experience needed.
Enjoy sampling the Passover staple food of Matzah. Learn of the history, significance, and importance of Matzah in the Jewish Tradition and Culture. A fun, educational, social program.
Imagine spending decades in prison for a crime yo did not commit. The Midwest Innocence Project sees to set free those who, through wrongful conviction, end up as victims of our criminal justice system. This is a rare opportunity to learn about the program and hear compelling stories from exonerees about their fight for freedom.
Enjoy professional story tellers sharing tradition, culture, values, and more in this evolving, dynamic art form. Tales that will inspire, entertain, and stir emotion. This event is offered through St. Louis Story Telling Festival 40th Anniversary.
Spring Coach Bus Trip to historic river town of Alton Illinois. Guided tour of Underground Railroad by historian J.E. Robinson and lunch and shop at famous Josephine’s Tea Room. Steps, standing, and walking are expected throughout the day. Travel in the comforts of a full coach bus with a restroom.