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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.
I am so excited to start this six-week acting class Anyone Can Act Mon., Jan. 9 for any adult who is looking to learn more about performance and public speaking in a casual, fun environment. Each class will be 90 minutes and will start with easy movement and vocal warm-ups, improvisation games, and acting exercises to strengthen confidence in performance.
At Summer J-Camp, one goal we have every year is teaching campers the importance of caring for others and making a positive change in the world around us.
Hi! My name is Neely Kasanoff and the 2017 Miami Maccabi Games® will be the fourth games I have competed in! My first year, I played on a mixed volleyball team with girls from Milwaukee.
Looking for a reason to sign up for one of the JCC's Cycling classes? We'll give you TEN! What would you add to this list? Let us know in the comments!
Since 2002, the Barshop Jewish Community Center has offered Precious Minds, New Connections parenting classes thanks to generous grants from the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation.
This year’s JCC annual fall fundraiser, The Main Event, will take place Saturday, Nov. 19 at 7pm at the JCC. Our theme for the event is “Leading Ladies” as we honor three (3) past JCC Board Chairs, Shari Pulman, Varda Ratner, and Sharon Stern.