Sylvia Wolens’ Primetimers is Meeting Again This Fall
Primetimers provides meaningful interactions from field trips to musical programs and speaker at the temple to the monthly Party Bridge group. Participants and leaders come not only from Beth-El, but also from the entire Jewish community.
Rabbi Emeritus, Ralph Mecklenburger, working with the steering committee and coordinator, invites new members to join for new and creative luncheon programs and field trips.
Extra-Special Prime Timers Event
February 10, Noon at Beth-El for Lunch
Program a little after 12:30
Piano Performance featuring Quanzhou Yan, doctoral student of Dr. Tamas Ungar
Dr. Ungar, Temple member, TCU faculty member, and head of Piano Texas, says that Mr. Yan is a fabulous pianist who is already competing in major international competitions. “He is bringing some beautiful pieces that will be wonderfully entertaining,” said Dr. Ungar, who will introduce Mr. Yan and say a few words about each of the pieces he will play for us.
The program will be dedicated to the memory of our own Jackie Bzostek, who always loved these performances! You won’t want to miss it.
Come join us for an optional lunch, a sandwich box catered by Jason’s Deli (or bring your own; you can still shmooze with friends, and we’ll have coffee).
Lunch, $11, must be ordered in advance (choice of tuna salad, turkey, or roast beef sandwich).
Email email@example.com to reserve lunch
Please remember that Temple policy is that everyone must be vaccinated and wear a mask (except while eating).