Jewish Life at the "J"
We are happy to continue our programming with Shalom Stacey, bringing even more Jewish Life to the “J”! Stacey is coordinating our Family/Judaic Programming. She is working with our JCC community using hands on activities and programs to make holidays and events meaningful and memorable. Check out all the exciting Jewish Programming and culture that Stacey is bringing to our JCC .
Questions about the progams? Email Stacey at email@example.com
Join Stacey every Friday at 3pm in our lobby to welcome Shabbat, light the candles, drink some wine/juice and eat some challah.
Free to Everyone
Jewish Outreach Institute
The Jewish Outreach Institute (JOI) is an independent, national, trans-denominational organization reaching out to unaffiliated and intermarried families, and helping the organized Jewish community better welcome them in.
JANUARY: We celebrate Tu B’Shevat!
Tu B’Shevat Craft
Tuesday, January 14 • 1:00pm
Free to all!
Grandparents and children join our GrandFriends intergenerational program through a PJ story time, craft making and snack.
Adult Tu B’Shevat Wine & Dessert Seder
Thursday, January 16
Join us for an evening of wine pairing with Tu B’Shevat foods. Rabbi Isaacs will lead us in an interactive seder.
Register by Monday, January 13.
February: Shabbat Dinner
Friday, February 21 • 6:00pm
Enjoy delicious Challah baked by our JCC Preschool.
Listen to a PJ Library story and make your own tzedakah box. Tzedakah is the Hebrew word for justice. A tzedakah box is a bank used to collect money to give to charity. Prayers, food, company, craft and fun!
$36/family $10/person RSVP SHerman@ssbjcc.org
MARCH: We celebrate Purim!
“For the Kids” Purim Carnival
Sunday, March 9 • 1:00-4:00pm
Everyone is welcome! Come to the PJ Library Booth to make a craft! New this year...PJ Purim Play by Mainstage Theater Company.
1:30pm in the multipurpose room.
Hamantaschen Baking Party
Tuesday, March 11
1:00-3:30pm or 5:30-7:30pm
Free to all!
We provide all the ingredients!
Come bake these delicious cookies with us. We will shape, fill, bake and eat our hamantaschen.
Everyone is welcome!