Due to concerns of the virus COVID-19 epidemic, we have suspended planning for our annual luncheon. We tentatively plan to hold the event on July 10 or July 17 of this year and will update our website and send out information at an appropriate time. In the meantime feel free to read on for information about the event and our speaker.
For our annual elegant luncheon at the Country Club of Terre Haute speaker Arthur Feinsod will share thoughts about the book Self and Soul: A Defense of Ideals by Mark Edmunson, published by Harvard University Press in 2015.
Self and Soul: A Defense of Ideals reminds us that we are creatures of soul as well as physical beings. Ideals to live by, as illuminated and encouraged by the “great books,” are valuable to take into account as we examine our present-day culture and imagine our future.
Arthur Feinsod is a writer and director who teaches in the Indiana State University Department of Theater and Honors College. He has published two books: The Simple Stage (Greenwood Press) and Sword Against the Sea (Samuel French), and, recently, chapters for University and Society (Edward Elgar Publishing) and Great North American Stage Directors (Methuen Drama). His play Coming to See Aunt Sophie (2014) toured Germany, Poland and Chicago and Table 17 (2007) will be performed at the Jewish Theater of Bloomington in May 2021.
Mushroom and Wild Rice Soup
Served with Assortment of Artisan Rolls
Chef Shelby’s Fresh Spinach and Feta Frittata
Balsamic-marinated Tomato with Shaved Bermuda Onion
and Basil Nestled over Spring Greens
Peach Cobbler with Spiced Devonshire Cream
Coffee and Tea
$40 per person
For more information, please call 812-235-2801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.