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To ensure everyone's safety, masks are required to enter the building. Unvaccinated people must be masked unless swimming and showering. Fully vaccinated people can remove their masks when working out, showering and swimming. Use of masks are optional for all outside activities regardless of vaccine status.
Nancy Greenberg, Cultural Arts & Senior Adult Director, ext. 232, [email protected]
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The JCC's adult programs offer the opportunity to engage your mind, pursue new hobbies, develop new talents, sharpen skills, reduce stress, and strengthen your 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.
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JCC Gallery Exhibits
The JCC Art Gallery is located in the lobby and main corridors of the JCC. Each program year features 5 exhibits by local artists. The gallery provides members and visitors with an extraordinary visual experience. Work that has been displayed includes, painting, collage, sculpture, and ceramics, and both black and white and color photography, and even an occasional JCC members show. Most art work is for sale and a portion of the proceeds benefits the Cultural Arts Department...so you can purchase art while supporting the Arts at the JCC!
For additional information about the gallery or to submit your portfolio for consideration by the Cultural Arts Committee, please contact Nancy Greenberg.