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Nancy Greenberg, Adult & Senior Adult Director x 232 [email protected]
The JCC adult programs offer the opportunity to engage your mind, pursue new hobbies, develop new talents, sharpen skills, reduce stress, and tone and strengthen the body.
We provide many ways to help our members come together, meet new friends or meet up with old friends, socialize, and grow...all while enjoying enrichment of the highest quality.
The Adult Department offers a variety of programming from discussion groups and classes, to author and film events, day trips, concerts, lectures, kosher lunches and Jewish holiday celebrations.
The JCC Senior quarterly newsletter, "Mature Matters", will keep you up to date on programs, travel opportunities and special events.
JCC Author Series
Miriam Weinstein, All Set for Black, Thanks: A New Look at Mourning, Tues, April 25, 7:30 pm @ The Willows at Worcester, Great Room, 101 Barry Rd, Worcester (follow signs to Health Center)
All Set for Black, Thanks is a collection of intensely personal essays about death that takes mourning out of the closet as we follow the author through a year of funerals, shivas, casseroles, and eulogies. Through her wry, resilient, wise lens, and a dose of black humor, she addresses love, loss, and the meaning of life.
James Kirchick, The End of Europe: Dictators, Demagogues and the Coming Dark Ages, Sun, May 7; 3 pm @ Worcester JCC
Once the world’s bastion of liberal, democratic values, Europe is now having to confront demons it thought it had laid to rest. The old pathologies of anti-Semitism, populist nationalism, and territorial aggression are threatening to t
JCC Gallery Exhibits
JCC Students of Rosalie Olds, April, 2017, Ceramics
Bruce Dean, May/June 2017, En Plein Air, Paintings
60+ lunch program - at the JCC
We will offer our 60+ lunch program at the JCC on a trial basis on 2 Thursdays, May 4, and 18 at 12pm in the Senior Adult Lounge.
A full course, hot meal prepared by the Jewish Healthcare Center will be served. Typical menu includes soup, roast chicken, veggies/potato, dessert, and coffee/tea.
A chance to relax, enjoy the company of others, and leave the cooking to us! $3.50 suggested donation.
Please reserve by the Tuesday before by calling Nancy Greenberg at 508-756-7109 x 232; [email protected].
Blintz Souffle Shavuot Luncheon at “Lunch-Out”
Tuesday, May 30, 12 noon, Bet Shalom Apartments, 475 Chandler St., Worcester It’s a once a year splurge! Join us for blintzes to celebrate the holiday of Shavuot!
Please reserve by May 19, Nancy, 508-756-7109 x 232; [email protected]
Central Mass Jewish Film Festival
Celebrating the Jewish Experience Through Film