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The following programs are presented by The Resource Place at the JCC.


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Oct 18 - Feb 21
Wednesday
1pm
Dee Schwartz, Jewish Family Service

Instructor

Dee Schwartz, Jewish Family Service

Caring for a Parent/Loved One Support Group

Get the support you need to help care for your aging parent or loved one.  Pre-registration is required 48 hours prior to a group meeting. Group meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month.

 

 

Free for Members
Contact Michele Ruda for more information.


Jan 25 - May 10
Thursday
10am - 11:30am
Joy Getnick

Instructor

Joy Getnick

Great Decisions: A Jewish Perspective

A unique version of the Foreign Policy Association’s “Great Decisions” program. Course materials are designed to engage students in critical debate regarding contemporary foreign policy challenges, with an emphasis on Jewish values and ethics in practice. Will require a bit of reading prior to each class.

Class meets Jan 25, Feb 8 & 22, Mar 8 & 22, Apr 12 & 26, May 10.

$60 for the class + $25 for the textbook

In partnership with Rochester Kollel at Temple B'rith Kodesh.

$85    Member: $85
Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Feb 4 - Feb 25
Sunday
10am - 11:30am
Rabbi Vogel

Instructor

Rabbi Vogel

"The Inner Dimension:" Introduction to Jewish Mysticism

Jewish Mysticism, as expounded in Chassidic thought, is the inner essence of Torah - a journey into the spiritual self of the Jew. Holistic in outlook, it embraces the Jewish Mind, Heart and Body. This mini-course will address these central questions and ideas.

$18    Member: $18
Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Feb 19

Monday
1 - 2pm

Add to Calendar 19/02/2018 1:00pm 19/02/2018 2:00pm America/New_York Growing Our Resilience, Part 3 of Ask the Expert Many of us have had overwhelming life experiences and faced difficult circumstances. We may not realize how these events have impacted our physiological well-being and shaped how we respond to stress thereafter. More importantly, we might not know that there are simple tools and techniques we can use to restore resilience, develop a healthier stress response, and cultivate emotional regulation. This interactive workshop will briefly cover the physiology of stress, and give participants an opportunity to learn some of these life-changing tools through direct experience. Facilitator: Pamela Pollack, www.fullypresentmom.com

Growing Our Resilience, Part 3 of Ask the Expert

Many of us have had overwhelming life experiences and faced difficult circumstances. We may not realize how these events have impacted our physiological well-being and shaped how we respond to stress thereafter. More importantly, we might not know that there are simple tools and techniques we can use to restore resilience, develop a healthier stress response, and cultivate emotional regulation. This interactive workshop will briefly cover the physiology of stress, and give participants an opportunity to learn some of these life-changing tools through direct experience.


Facilitator: Pamela Pollack, www.fullypresentmom.com

Free for Members
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.
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Feb 25

Sunday
2 - 3:30pm

Add to Calendar 25/02/2018 2:00pm 25/02/2018 3:30pm America/New_York Songs of Tribute Maria Sebastian performs songs of Patsy Cline, Anne Murray and Roseanne CashA buffalo resident, Maria Sebastian has won many awards including a People’s Choice Award and is known for her vocals and versatility. Join us for this fun show featuring songs of Patsy Cline, Anne Murray, and Roseanne Cash.  

Songs of Tribute

Maria Sebastian performs songs of Patsy Cline, Anne Murray and Roseanne Cash
A buffalo resident, Maria Sebastian has won many awards including a People’s Choice Award and is known for her vocals and versatility. Join us for this fun show featuring songs of Patsy Cline, Anne Murray, and Roseanne Cash.

 

$18    Member: $15
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.


Feb 26

Monday
1 - 2pm

Add to Calendar 26/02/2018 1:00pm 26/02/2018 2:00pm America/New_York It's All In Your Head-Neuroplasticity- Part 4 of Ask the Expert Neuroplasticity is a new science that investigates whether and how the brain can undergo wholesale change, reveal that the brain is capable not only of altering its structure but also of generating new neurons, even into old age. This presentation discusses these neuroplasticity facts in a fascinating and far-reaching book, Train Your Mind – Change Your Brain by Wall Street Journal science writer Sharon Begley. Facilitator: Bob Vukosic, Osher @ RIT Presidential Leadership class leader

It's All In Your Head-Neuroplasticity- Part 4 of Ask the Expert

Neuroplasticity is a new science that investigates whether and how the brain can undergo wholesale change, reveal that the brain is capable not only of altering its structure but also of generating new neurons, even into old age. This presentation discusses these neuroplasticity facts in a fascinating and far-reaching book, Train Your Mind – Change Your Brain by Wall Street Journal science writer Sharon Begley.


Facilitator: Bob Vukosic, Osher @ RIT Presidential Leadership class leader

Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.
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Feb 27

Tuesday
1pm

Add to Calendar 27/02/2018 1:00pm 27/02/2018 11:59pm America/New_York Surviving Skokie This new series features three films that highlight Jewish holidays values in action. A brief talk-back will follow each screening. The February 27 film, Surviving Skokie (2015, 66 minutes) is in honor of Purim, and the legacy of being wary of and fighting against anti-Semitism in every era. They survived the horrors of the Holocaust and came to America to put the past behind. For decades they kept their awful memories secret, even from their children. But their silence ended in 1977 when a band of neo-Nazis threatened to march in their quiet village of Skokie, IL “because that is where the Jews are.” This intensely personal story explores one family’s journey from Poland to Skokie, and the lessons of confronting anti-Semitic hate in each generation. In partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester and the Rochester International Jewish Film Festival.

Surviving Skokie

This new series features three films that highlight Jewish holidays values in action. A brief talk-back will follow each screening.

The February 27 film, Surviving Skokie (2015, 66 minutes) is in honor of Purim, and the legacy of being wary of and fighting against anti-Semitism in every era.

They survived the horrors of the Holocaust and came to America to put the past behind. For decades they kept their awful memories secret, even from their children. But their silence ended in 1977 when a band of neo-Nazis threatened to march in their quiet village of Skokie, IL “because that is where the Jews are.” This intensely personal story explores one family’s journey from Poland to Skokie, and the lessons of confronting anti-Semitic hate in each generation.

In partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester and the Rochester International Jewish Film Festival.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Mar 4

Sunday
7pm

Add to Calendar 04/03/2018 7:00pm 04/03/2018 11:59pm America/New_York Sacred Disagreement: How to Disagree Well in our Conversations on Israel When it comes to an issue as highly charged as Israel, how do we disagree well? Guest speaker Dr. Eyal Rabinovitch is the founding director of Resetting the Table, an initiative designed to open conversation in Jewish spaces where speaking about Israel is avoided or volatile. Dr. Rabinovitch has trained dozens of corporate and nonprofit professionals, philanthropists and educators to investigate their differences and speak to the heart of what matters to them with clarity, meaning and depth. Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester as part of the Israel @ 70 Series, in partnership with the JCC.

Sacred Disagreement: How to Disagree Well in our Conversations on Israel

When it comes to an issue as highly charged as Israel, how do we disagree well? Guest speaker Dr. Eyal Rabinovitch is the founding director of Resetting the Table, an initiative designed to open conversation in Jewish spaces where speaking about Israel is avoided or volatile. Dr. Rabinovitch has trained dozens of corporate and nonprofit professionals, philanthropists and educators to investigate their differences and speak to the heart of what matters to them with clarity, meaning and depth.

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester as part of the Israel @ 70 Series, in partnership with the JCC.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Mar 8

Thursday

Add to Calendar 08/03/2018 12:00am 07/03/2018 11:59pm America/New_York Jewish Women’s Day Join together with Jewish women throughout the community for a day of celebration, learning and creativity. Art classes; yoga; mitzvah project; breakfast, lunch, and dinner sessions; and more. The evening event will feature local experts to discuss Breast Cancer – Genetic Testing and Beyond. A full menu of opportunities, registration, and pricing is available at jewishrochester.org Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester in partnership with the JCC and others.  For more information, contact Amy Stein, 585-461-0490, \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jewish Women’s Day

Join together with Jewish women throughout the community for a day of celebration, learning and creativity. Art classes; yoga; mitzvah project; breakfast, lunch, and dinner sessions; and more. The evening event will feature local experts to discuss Breast Cancer – Genetic Testing and Beyond. A full menu of opportunities, registration, and pricing is available at jewishrochester.org

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester in partnership with the JCC and others. 

For more information, contact Amy Stein, 585-461-0490, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Mar 11 - Mar 18
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday

Model Matzah Bakery: An Annual Tradition! Chabad Lubavitch of Rochester

An annual tradition! The Bakery will be open to the public on Sunday, March 18 with sessions at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. Group and school presentations can also be arranged. To arrange a private tour or reserve your spot on March 18 please call Rabbi Vogel at 271-0330.  Specific hours by day to be posted soon.

A program of Chabad Lubavitch of Rochester.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.


Mar 11

Sunday
9:45am - 11:45am

Add to Calendar 11/03/2018 9:45am 11/03/2018 11:45am America/New_York Words to Action: A Responding to Anti-Semitism Program for Sixth and Seventh Graders This interactive Anti-Defamation League (ADL) program will introduce area sixth graders to anti-Semitism today, as well as resources, tips, and ideas for how they could respond. Free, but Advance Registration Required to Joy Getnick. In partnership with Temple B'rith Kodesh and Temple Beth Sholom.

Words to Action: A Responding to Anti-Semitism Program for Sixth and Seventh Graders

This interactive Anti-Defamation League (ADL) program will introduce area sixth graders to anti-Semitism today, as well as resources, tips, and ideas for how they could respond.

Free, but Advance Registration Required to Joy Getnick.

In partnership with Temple B'rith Kodesh and Temple Beth Sholom.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.


Mar 18

Sunday
3 - 4pm

Add to Calendar 18/03/2018 3:00pm 18/03/2018 4:00pm America/New_York PJ Library goes to the Model Matzah Bakery Join PJ Library for a trip to the Model Matzah Bakery! Roll up your sleeves and learn about the art of matzah-making first hand. Free, but RSVP required via the JCC or to Biffy Borg, 585-461-0490, \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester in partnership with the JCC.

PJ Library goes to the Model Matzah Bakery

Join PJ Library for a trip to the Model Matzah Bakery! Roll up your sleeves and learn about the art of matzah-making first hand.

Free, but RSVP required via the JCC or to Biffy Borg, 585-461-0490, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester in partnership with the JCC.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Mar 19

Monday
1pm

Add to Calendar 19/03/2018 1:00pm 19/03/2018 11:59pm America/New_York Passover Nutrition Tips: A Special Holiday Workshop Passover can be a tough week for those with special dietary needs. During this special holiday-themed nutrition workshop JCC Health Coach and Nutrition Consultant, Adrienne Markus, will present ideas, tips, and resources for how to keep on track with your dietary and nutrition goals during this festival of freedom.

Passover Nutrition Tips: A Special Holiday Workshop

Passover can be a tough week for those with special dietary needs. During this special holiday-themed nutrition workshop JCC Health Coach and Nutrition Consultant, Adrienne Markus, will present ideas, tips, and resources for how to keep on track with your dietary and nutrition goals during this festival of freedom.

$18    Member: $15
Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
Register Now

Mar 27

Tuesday
5am - 6:30pm

Add to Calendar 27/03/2018 5:00am 27/03/2018 6:30pm America/New_York Pre-Passover Pasta Party!: A Special Member Family Event House ready for Passover? Come enjoy a pasta buffet at our place! Magic show and activities for children and families included. Food provided by HarvestEatery. Dairy free, gluten free, and nut aware options available by advanced request. Registration required by Wednesday, March 21. $6/person; Children 2 and under are free.  Guest pricing = $10/adult, $7/child.  Guest registration must be done in-person at or by calling the JCC Main Desk.  585-461-2000.

Pre-Passover Pasta Party!: A Special Member Family Event

House ready for Passover? Come enjoy a pasta buffet at our place! Magic show and activities for children and families included.

Food provided by HarvestEatery. Dairy free, gluten free, and nut aware options available by advanced request.

Registration required by Wednesday, March 21.

$6/person; Children 2 and under are free. 

Guest pricing = $10/adult, $7/child.  Guest registration must be done in-person at or by calling the JCC Main Desk.  585-461-2000.

$Member: $6
Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Mar 27

Tuesday
12 - 1:30pm

Add to Calendar 27/03/2018 12:00pm 27/03/2018 1:30pm America/New_York Breaking Bread Join us for a gourmet lunch and great conversation as we discuss epistemology: "How do we form opinions/beliefs etc and how do these influence our actions"? "How do we know who we are: what attributions do we make about ourselves and others"? "Is our knowledge/understanding/wisdom stable and static or does it (we) change?"Facilitator: Gary Updyke, M.A.

Breaking Bread

Join us for a gourmet lunch and great conversation as we discuss epistemology: "How do we form opinions/beliefs etc and how do these influence our actions"? "How do we know who we are: what attributions do we make about ourselves and others"? "Is our knowledge/understanding/wisdom stable and static or does it (we) change?"
Facilitator: Gary Updyke, M.A.

$25    Member: $18
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.
Register Now

Apr 10 - Jun 5
Tuesday
10:30am - 12:30pm
Deborah Rothman

Instructor

Deborah Rothman

Yiddish and Yiddishkeit: Language, Literature, and Culture

Discover the world of Yiddish in this Yiddish language course for intermediate and advanced learners.

What a Deal: Sign Up for the Year!  Sign up for all three sessions – fall, winter, and spring – and receive a discount!  Members: $85/session, $255/year Non Members: $110/session, $330/year.  Contact Joy Getnick to register this way.

$120    Member: $90
Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Apr 11

Wednesday
7pm

Add to Calendar 11/04/2018 7:00pm 11/04/2018 11:59pm America/New_York Yom HaShoah: Annual Community Holocaust Remembrance Program Please join us for this annual commemorative event. More details to come. For more information, contact Bonnie Abrams, 585-461-0490, \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Sponsored by the Center for Holocaust Awareness and Information (CHAI) of the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.

Yom HaShoah: Annual Community Holocaust Remembrance Program

Please join us for this annual commemorative event. More details to come.

For more information, contact Bonnie Abrams, 585-461-0490, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Sponsored by the Center for Holocaust Awareness and Information (CHAI) of the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.



Apr 12

Thursday
12pm

Add to Calendar 12/04/2018 12:00pm 12/04/2018 11:59pm America/New_York Yom HaShoah Lunch and Learn Save the date!  More information to come. Sponsored by CHAI, the Center for Holocaust Awareness and Information at the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, in partnership with the JCC.

Yom HaShoah Lunch and Learn

Save the date!  More information to come.

Sponsored by CHAI, the Center for Holocaust Awareness and Information at the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, in partnership with the JCC.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.


Apr 16 - May 7
Monday
7 - 8pm
Rabbi Dovid Mochkin

Instructor

Rabbi Dovid Mochkin

Learn to Read Hebrew in Just FOUR Weeks!

Ever feel lost at the services because you can’t follow Hebrew? Planning on visiting Israel and want to read the street signs? Want to study the Torah in its original language? Then this time proven course is for you! Flash cards (for you to keep) provided and included.  Note: Additional $5 for Hebrew Reading app.

For more information contact Rabbi Dovid Mochkin at 585-271-0330.

In partnership with Chabad Lubavitch of Rochester.

 

$35    Member: $35
Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Apr 17

Tuesday
6 - 7pm

Add to Calendar 17/04/2018 6:00pm 17/04/2018 7:00pm America/New_York Yom HaZikaron Community remembrance ceremony to honor Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror. Note: This program will be held at Temple Sinai in Penfield. For more information please contact Karen Elam, \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.

Yom HaZikaron

Community remembrance ceremony to honor Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror.

Note: This program will be held at Temple Sinai in Penfield.

For more information please contact Karen Elam, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.



Apr 18

Wednesday
5:30 - 8:30pm

Add to Calendar 18/04/2018 5:30pm 18/04/2018 8:30pm America/New_York Yom Ha’atzmaut Community celebration of 70 years of Israel’s independence.  More info to come on this exciting community event! Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester in partnership with the JCC and others.

Yom Ha’atzmaut

Community celebration of 70 years of Israel’s independence.  More info to come on this exciting community event!

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester in partnership with the JCC and others.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.


May 1

Tuesday
7pm

Add to Calendar 01/05/2018 7:00pm 01/05/2018 11:59pm America/New_York Zionism and Pluralism in the 21st Century: The Relationship Between Israel and the Jewish People Dr. Einat Wilf, member of the Israeli Parliament from 2010-2013 and past Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, describes an Israel that is "diverse, fascinating, colorful, and messy." She will discuss the pluralistic nature of the Zionist Doctrine and the need to celebrate the many views and perspectives of those who call Israel home. Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester as part of the Israel @ 70 Series, in partnership with the JCC.

Zionism and Pluralism in the 21st Century: The Relationship Between Israel and the Jewish People

Dr. Einat Wilf, member of the Israeli Parliament from 2010-2013 and past Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, describes an Israel that is "diverse, fascinating, colorful, and messy." She will discuss the pluralistic nature of the Zionist Doctrine and the need to celebrate the many views and perspectives of those who call Israel home.

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester as part of the Israel @ 70 Series, in partnership with the JCC.

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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May 15

Tuesday
7 - 8:30pm

Add to Calendar 15/05/2018 7:00pm 15/05/2018 8:30pm America/New_York Corks and Canvas Sip a glass of wine while creating a lovely piece to display. Our instructor will teach you all you need to know to paint a favorite saying for your canvas. All materials are provided and no experience is necessary.Instructor: Allison Roberts

Corks and Canvas

Sip a glass of wine while creating a lovely piece to display. Our instructor will teach you all you need to know to paint a favorite saying for your canvas. All materials are provided and no experience is necessary.
Instructor: Allison Roberts

$25    Member: $20
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.
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May 18

Friday
11:45am - 12:30pm

Add to Calendar 18/05/2018 11:45am 18/05/2018 12:30pm America/New_York Shavuot Ice Cream Scoop Shop End the week with a fresh scooped ice cream sundae in honor of the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. A member appreciation event.

Shavuot Ice Cream Scoop Shop

End the week with a fresh scooped ice cream sundae in honor of the Jewish holiday of Shavuot.

A member appreciation event.

Free for Members
Contact Joy Getnick for more information.
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Days & Times
First and Second and Third and Fourth and Fifth Tuesdays of each month

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Coordinated Care Services, Inc. can assist you with the health insurance enrollment process through New York State of Health, the Official Health Plan Marketplace.  Appointments may be made at the JCC for the first and third Friday of each month as well as the third Thursday from 4-8pm.  For an appointment, call 613-7662.

FREE

Free for Members


Hachnasat Orchim

Help fulfill the Mitzvah of Hachnasat Orchim (welcoming guests)

Are you willing to open your home during secular and Jewish holidays to those new to the area or don't have family nearby?  If so, call Michele Ruda Leve, LMSW.  You may be asked to provide transportation.  Thank you for your kindness!

Free for Members
Contact Michele Ruda for more information.


Days & Times
Tuesdays of each month

Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance Program

The H.I.I.C.A.P. (Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance Program) is available at the JCC, co-sponsored by New York State, Monroe County Offices for the Aging, and the Monroe County Medical Society. Trained volunteer counselors offer accurate and objective information, counseling, assistance and advocacy relating to Medicare, private health insurance, and related health coverage plans for Medicare beneficiaries, their representatives, or persons soon to be eligible for Medicare. This service is free and confidential.

We can help with:

Filing an insurance claimUnderstanding your medical billsChoosing the right policy for your specific needsMaking an appeal to MedicarePrescription drug coverage (e.g. EPIC)Long-term care insurance for nursing home and home care

H.I.I.C.A.P.'s counselors can provide you with any of the above assistance. Call Michele Ruda Leve at 461-2000, ext. 232 for further information or to arrange a confidential appointment.

Free for Members
Contact Michele Ruda for more information.


Days & Times
Mondays
10:15am - 11:45am

Musical Mondays with Mike Miller

Join Mike and the piano in the Fireside Lounge every Monday from 10:15-11:45am. to sing everything from show tunes to old standards.  Lyric sheets are provided.  

FREE

Free for Members
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.


Days & Times
Thursdays
12pm

Congregatings: A Community Brown-Bag Lunch and Learn Series for Adults

The JCC is pleased to be participating in a newly expanded community brown-bag lunch and learn series for adults. This group, an outgrowth of the “TBKers” from Temple B’rith Kodesh, meets monthly for engaging conversations and presentations on a great variety of topics. All are welcome.

Most meetings take place in the Adult Lounge at Temple B’rith Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester NY 14618. Please see full calendar below.

The group requests that, in the spirit of the law of kashrut, brown-bag lunches exclude pork and shellfish products as well as food items that mix meat and dairy ingredients.

Upcoming programs include:

February 22 “The RPO and Rochester” with Ward Stare, Music Director for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra; Bob Heberger host. Brown bag lunch** at 12:00 noon program at 12:15, in the TBK Adult Lounge.

March and more coming soon

 

Free    Free for Members


Days & Times
Wednesdays
9am - 1pm
Nadia Sanow

Instructor

Nadia Sanow

Marquetry

Marquetry is art made from wood veneer glued together to forma picture or pattern.  Drop-in to learn this craft or work on a project.  

$20    Free for Members
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.


Days & Times
Second Tuesdays of each month
10am - 11am
Maya Brown, LCSW

Instructor

Maya Brown, LCSW

Holocaust Families Discussion and Support Group

Join together with other members of Survivor families to discuss your family's stories and the impact of these experiences. Leave with tips and resources for processing these family histories individually and with others. This is a new group, so discussion topics and focus will vary depending on participants' needs.

 

Contact Joy Getnick for more information.


Days & Times
Third Sundays of each month
9:30am - 11am

Parenting Village Drop-In Support Group

This parent support group, known as the “School-Age Circle” welcomes anyone to join whether you find yourself struggling and are in need of extra support or merely want connection and social time with other parents- this inclusive environment is open to all! Your children have the opportunity to go to SiiterService or the JCC’s Play Gym while you are attending the group.

Free, donation appreciated.

Free for Members
Contact Michele Ruda for more information.


Days & Times
Mondays
10am - 2pm
Allison Roberts

Instructor

Allison Roberts

Art of Painting

Work in the medium of your choice and enjoy demonstrations from guest artists.  All ages and abilities are welcome.  Painting coupon booklets must be purchased at the Main Desk. 

 

$88/11 weeks    Member: $55/11 weeks

Free for Members
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.


Starting Apr 13, 2018
Fridays
1 - 5pm

Ask the Expert, A Free Speaker Series

Fridays, April 13, 20 1pm
Conference Room

April 13- Remembering MLK 50 Years later
Facilitator: Joy Getnick, PhD. Director of Jewish Life, JCC
It's been 50 years since the assassination of MLK Jr. With that great loss came significant changes in the American Civil Rights Movement. This also changed the role of American Jews. Come explore the history of MLK Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement during this pivotal era and beyond.

April 20- President Trump, Could We Ask for Anything More?
A discussion of Trump’s consistently low poll standings and how it could change with differences in the way he is performing as president.
Facilitator: Alan Shank, Osher @ RIT Presidential Leadership class leader

Call or e-mail to reserve your spot for one or all of these free speakers. Ext 232 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Free for Members
Contact Carrie Dengler for more information.
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