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IT’S TIME TO TRY SOMETHING NEW! It’s time to exercise in an exciting and motivating class that will get your heart pumping, all of your muscles strengthened, and allow you to connect to the joy of movement. Nia is a fun fitness class in which you are encouraged to move and play in your body’s way – all in a nurturing environment.
The JCC Summer Camp program is accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA). The American Camping Association mission “is a community of camp professionals and is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults through the camp experience.”
Friday, Mar. 3, the JCC will host the 17th Annual Start Seeing Diversity Conference from 8am to 4pm. Participants include early childhood teachers and directors from local public and private schools, parent educators, as well as those who work in agencies who support the needs of young children and families.
Cardio Fitness Blast! is a newly designed class at the JCC incorporating three very important workout techniques in one session: Cardiovascular Endurance Fitness/Resistance Training, and Interval Training.
There’s something Fish-y on stage this month at The Sheldon Vexler Theatre. Israel Horovitz’s comedic drama, North Shore Fish, is a “blue collar elegy, a tough, funny and eventually poignant look at the expendability of people when their jobs - and lives - become obsolete” (Associated Press, 1987).
After retiring as a Radiologic Technologist, member Sonja Cervantes began her search for a place to work out and maintain her personal fitness.
Well, February has arrived and I am already looking forward to warm weather and all the great activities that take place at the JCC in the coming spring and summer months.
Tickets are now on sale for the Sheldon Vexler Theatre’s production of North Shore Fish, written by Israel Horovitz, on stage Feb. 2-26.
Jamie McMullan, who, (fun fact) was born in Australia, came to live in Texas where he attended Preschool at the JCC’s Block and Dreeben School for Young Children.
Last year in my January column I took some editorial license and announced that I was revolting against my own personal inclination to put off until tomorrow what I should be doing today and re-engage my workout regimen to get myself back into shape.