Senior Happenings Schedule
The City of University Heights is proud to host several monthly events for our senior residents. All meetings are held on Thursdays at 2:00 pm unless otherwise noted. We hope to see you there!
Thursday, March 5 - 2pm
Michael Bohan, honored as Volunteer of the Year during the Civic Awards program on November 13, 2019.
Thursday, March 12 - 2pm
Mary Kauffman, manager for the “I Connect” program, which brings senior citizens together, combats loneliness that plagues many and social isolation which is a growing health epidemic. This is a function of the Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association.
Thursday, March 19 - 2pm
Steven Herbert, Ph.D., provost and academic vice president at John Carroll University, where he began his tenure in June 2019, coming from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Thursday, March 26 - 2pm
Ruth Hanford Morhard, author of “Mrs. Morhard and the Boys” and daughter-in-law of Josephine Morhard who started the first boys’ baseball league in 1937, on a field in back of University Heights Town Hall.
Tanesha Hunter, Cleveland Department of Aging (664-2303) to announce Cleveland Senior Day, annual free celebration, at Cleveland Public Hall May 27 From 10am to 2 pm.
Thursday, April 2 - 2pm
Michele Weiss, Vice Mayor, City of University Heights, to introduce new members of University Heights Council, Saundra Berry, Barbara Blankfeld, Justin Gould.
Thursday, April 9 - 2pm
Audrey Wynne, a Partnership Specialist with the US Census Bureau, will discuss the importance of being counted in the 2020 Census. Every household in University Heights will have the option of responding to the Census online, by mail, or by phone.
Thursday, April 16 - 2pm
Professor Harold Spicknall, Ph.D., Conductor for the group “Hum and Strum” and sing along to the popular music of guitar, ukulele, banjo, and mandolin.
Thursday, April 23 - 2pm
Terry Davis, president and chief executive officer, Our Lady of the Wayside, a regional leader in residential, respite, transportation, and adult day programming, for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Thursday, April 30 - 2pm
Matthew Arnold, Coordinator Academic Affairs, Cleveland Institute of Music, welcomes the gifted instrumentalists and vocalists of CIM, one of our nation’s distinguished music conservatories, and opera music programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.