News & Events

Calendar of Events

September
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
 
Labor Day
Building Hours: 8am-3:30pm
 
GVPT - Balance and Falls Lecture
GVPT - Balance and Falls Lecture12-1pmA physical therapy lecture provided by Genesee Valley Physical Therapy (GVPT).
 
American Red Cross Blood Drive
American Red Cross Blood Drive2-7pmCome help save a life! Advance registration preferred via 1-800-RED-CROS (1-800-733-2767)
Walk-ins welcome.
 
 
 
Flu Clinic
Flu Clinic10am-1pmYour health is a priority. Make time for your flu shot. Attend our upcoming flu clinic and stay healthy this flu season.
Walk-ins welcome. Be sure to bring your insurance card.
Sponsored by Flu Prevention Partners

Please note: We also have flu clinics on Wednesday, September 25 9-11am, and Thursday, October 17, 12-3pm

GVPT - Balance and Falls Screening
GVPT - Balance and Falls Screening12-2pmA Balance and Falls Screening provided by Genesee Valley Physical Therapy (GVPT). Please sign up for 20 minute assessment at the Main Desk.
 
TechAge Open House
TechAge Open House 12-2pmLearn about our Fall (Computer, mobile Phone & Tablet) classes. Meet our instructors, coaches, admins and
learn how to become a volunteer.

*TechAge Adult Learning Center is a program of the Louis S. Wolk Jewish Community Center. Classes for adults, taught by adults.
Cutting the Cable Cord Talk
Cutting the Cable Cord Talk2-3:30pmTired of paying exorbitant prices to the cable company for channels you don't watch? Many new streaming services let you "cut the cord" and get only the content you want at reasonable rates.
STRONG by Zumba Launch Party
STRONG by Zumba Launch Party5:30-6:30pmStop counting the reps, start training to the best. STRONG by Zumba ® combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced with original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Join us as launch this exciting new format!
 
 
 
Reducing Anxiety
Reducing Anxiety 1pmAnxiety can come in many forms: in crowds, stressful situations, or in daily tasks.
Learn some tools and tips for overcoming this obstacle and experiencing more peace of mind every day.

Free. All are welcome.
Sponsored by Mental Health Association

 
Recognizing Signs - Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention1pmLearn how to recognize the signs of a heart attack or stroke in men and women, discuss the "red flag warnings," and how to prevent and/or treat.

Free. All are welcome.
Sponsored by American Heart Association

Give Back with the J - Pencils & Paper2-4pmPencils & Paper serves the educational and creative needs of children in the Greater Rochester Area by providing free school supplies to teachers at high poverty schools.

Join the JCC as we give back to our community together by volunteering to help make a difference. Part of JCC series. Please see other future volunteer opportunities.

Advance registration required. To learn more contact Jen Fox, jfox@jccrochester.org. 585-461-2000 ext. 214.

For more information on Pencils & Paper please visit: https://www.jfsrochester.org/Volunteer/Pencils-Paper-Project
243 Grocery Shopping Made Easy with your Apple Smartphone2-4pmScan and bag your groceries while you shop. Learn all about using digital coupons to save money. Learn how Apple Pay works. Students will download and initialize the Wegmans app and download the Wegmans Scan app prior to class. This class will include a field trip to Pittsford Wegmans. Students provide their own transportation and reusable bag.

Prerequisite: Working knowledge of your iPhone.
Ed Asner in God Help Us7pm

God is not pleased with American politics or what we’ve done to his Creation. Legendary actor Ed Asner returns as a wildly funny deity in this insightful play for those of ALL political persuasions.

 
Ed Asner in God Help Us8pm

God is not pleased with American politics or what we’ve done to his Creation. Legendary actor Ed Asner returns as a wildly funny deity in this insightful play for those of ALL political persuasions.

Ed Asner in God Help Us2pm

God is not pleased with American politics or what we’ve done to his Creation. Legendary actor Ed Asner returns as a wildly funny deity in this insightful play for those of ALL political persuasions.

PJ Our Way Goes Apple Picking3pm-5amJoin PJ Our Way for its fall kick-off! Celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the New Year, with apple picking at Wickham Farms.

Open to kids aged 9-12 and their families. $5. Pre-registration is required at www.JewishRochester.org/ApplePicking

Sponsored by PJ Our Way and the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.
Meditation1pmLearn how to use mediation to reduce stress and anxiety. This enjoyable and non-intimidating workshop teaches various techniques to improve mental health and well-being using music, movement and traditional seated practice.
No experience required!

Free. All are welcome.
Sponsored by Mental Health Association

 
Flu Clinic 9-11amYour health is a priority. Make time for your flu shot. Attend our upcoming flu clinic and stay healthy this flu season.
Walk-ins welcome. Be sure to bring your insurance card.
Sponsored by Flu Prevention Partners

Please note: We also a have flu clinic on Thursday, October 17, 12-3pm

Aging Well Rochester 1pmLearn how to realistically determine if remaining at home is a viable option, and discuss the pros and cons of doing so. Information will also be shared on community services that can help you remain safely and comfortably at home.

Free. All are welcome.
250 FIND MISSING MONEY 9:30-11:30amFind missing money for yourself, family and friends! Learn why money goes missing and where those funds go. Learn how to get it back and prevent it from happening again. This hands-on class includes tips to help you perform in-depth searches of both New York State and national websites. Students may use their own laptop computer or tablet or a TechAge classroom computer.

Prerequisite: Basic internet skills (i.e. experience "surfing" the web) on either a computer or mobile device.
1-Lesson
 
Pete the Cat11am

Pete the Cat is on a mission to help Jimmy Biddle conquer second grade art, traveling all the way to Paris and back in a VW bus for some artistic inspiration! Best enjoyed by kids ages 3 and up.

Erev Rosh Hashanah
Building Hours: 8am-6pm
Pete the Cat11am

Pete the Cat is on a mission to help Jimmy Biddle conquer second grade art, traveling all the way to Paris and back in a VW bus for some artistic inspiration! Best enjoyed by kids ages 3 and up.

Rosh Hashanah
Building Hours: CLOSED