Summer 2019 Programs & Events

Youth & Families

Summer 2019 Programs & Events

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Parenting Village Drop-in Support Group

A drop-in discussion and support group for parents of children 4-10 years old.

Parenting Village is A Program of Jewish Family Service

Instructor: Parenting Village

Location: Conference Room

For more information, contact: Joy Getnick

Sunday Jul 21
9:30am

No registration required.

Sunday Aug 18
9:30am

No registration required.

Sunday
Jul 21
Aug 18

Sunday Splash with PJ Library

Join us for open swim and summer fun.

Best for children aged 18 months - 5 years.

Sponsored by PJ Library and the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester

Please note this program is Free to JCC Members. Guest Family Fee = $5. Guest Families should RSVP directly to Biffy Borg, bborg@jewishrochester.org

Instructor: PJ Library - Biffy Borg

Location: Splash Pool

For more information, contact: Joy Getnick

Sunday Jul 14
10-11am

No registration required.

Sunday Aug 18
10-11am

No registration required.

Sunday
Jul 14
Aug 18

JCC Day Camp Family Shabbat

Join us for a drum circle camp-style Shabbat service. Bring a picnic dinner to enjoy after services.

Location: JCC Pavilion
Registration requested directly to Hanna Berga.

For more information, contact: Hanna Berga

Friday Jul 19
5-6:30pm

No registration required.

Friday
Jul 19

Family Cook-Out and Lawn Games

Join us on the lawn for an evening of classic lawn games and summer fun. Kosher cook-out with vegetarian option. Gluten-free and other food sensitive options available by advanced request.

Best for children aged 4+.

$7/person
Guests welcome! For guest tickets, please contact Joy Getnick directly.

Registration required by Sunday, July 21.

For more information, contact: Joy Getnick

Tuesday Jul 23
5-7pm

Register
Tuesday
Jul 23

Musical Theatre Boot Camp

A Five-Day Musical Theatre Intensive
Monday, August 5- Friday, August 9, 2019

Learn how to prepare for and nail your audition in a supportive, inspiring and fun environment.

Working in group settings and one-on-one, instructors will help performers identify, prepare, and perform age and character appropriate monologues and songs for musical theatre auditions. The week culminates with a mock-audition before a panel of local directors and artists.

Sessions include intensive work on Monologue Technique and Vocal Performance with additional workshops on Dance Technique for Dancer and Non-Dancers, Tackling the Classics, Conquering your Cold Reading, and Industry Secrets for Successful Auditions.

An optional evening session for parents of college-bound students will be also be held to discuss the oftentimes overwhelming process.

For more information, contact: Ralph Meranto

Monday Aug 5 - Friday Aug 9
9am-4pm

Register
14-100 years Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Aug 5 - Aug 9