Senior Citizen Happenings for May
Senior Citizen Happenings are sponsored by the City of University Heights. All events take place on Thursdays at 2 p.m., at the University Heights Library.
May 3: Fred Griffith, for 30 years the popular host of “Morning Exchange” on WEWS-TV and “Good Morning” on WKYC-TV, reflects on his broadcasting experience, which has earned him many viewers and lasting esteem in the profession.
May 10: Robin Van Lear, artistic director for the Cleveland Museum of Art’s 23rd annual “Parade the Circle,” on Saturday, June 9, will present a colorful DVD highlighting the creative imagination and cultural diversity of the Greater Cleveland community.
May 17: Sonya Callahan, community services associate for LifeBanc, the nonprofit organ and tissue recovery organization for Northeast Ohio, tells why transplantation is one of the most remarkable success stories in the history of medicine.
May 24: Lynn Zimmerman, head of the English department at Notre Dame College in South Euclid, celebrates the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens's birth with a scholar’s analysis of his novels, Great Expectations, Bleak House, and Hard Times.
May 31: Jeffrey Brack, memorial advisor, and Katherine Goss, executive director of the Lakeview Foundation, will discuss Lakeview Cemetery, which shelters and honors the remains of many whose lives may have touched our own.