Meet Our Resident Partners
Draper Center for Dance Education
Whether you’re a beginner looking to attend your first dance class or an experienced student who is looking for the best in pre-professional training, Draper Center has all the right dance classes and training for you.
Lifespan helps older adults and caregivers take on the challenges and opportunities of longer life. As a regional nonprofit, Lifespan is a trusted source of unbiased information, guidance, and more than 30 services and advocacy for older adults and caregivers. We also provide training and education for allied professionals and the community.
Lifespan is located here at the JCC, based in the Erdle Lounge. Head to our Active Adult page for a list of programs and services that might be right for you!
RRH plays a key role in bringing wellness full circle here at the JCC. RRH will offer wellness screenings and coaching, clinical support, education and outreach programs, care navigation and referral connections.
Experience the power of a real CrossFit community, conveniently located here at the JCC.
Extreme levels of fitness, fun, and friends.
We’re located inside the JCC. Follow the signs to the staircase just before the fitness area and head down the stairs. Take a left in front of the gym, take another left and you’ll see us!
The Jewish Federation
The Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester works to build a strong Jewish future in Rochester, Israel and Worldwide through philanthropy, engagement, education and advocacy.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester, with a generous grant from the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation, are proud to present PJ Library in Rochester!
The Trainery offers fitness coaches a facility to build their own brand and business without worrying about facility management. No lease, no staff, no problems.
The Grateful Cafe
Stop by the Grateful Cafe (formerly Shalom Cafe) for breakfast or lunch! The cafe is run by Tim Stephens with support from his two daughters. They are dedicated to providing satisfying, healthy meals. Visit the JCC homepage for current hours.
The Grateful Café is an independently owned and operated restaurant located within the walls of the JCC. While the café is not kosher, out of respect that it is situated within a Jewish institution, the Grateful Café does not serve pork, shellfish, or meat and milk items together. Please note that both meat and milk items are available, but the mixing of milk and meat in a sandwich, for example, is not an option on the menu.
A volunteer-run program that offers technology education classes for adults taught by adults. You can find all our classes and register by clicking here.
We offer iPhone, iPad, Android, and PC classes and more.
We also offer free remote tech help by phone. Please call 585.461.2000 x463 for more information or use the form below.