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Thursday, September 28th
1:00pm in the Adult Lounge
“Kantika” by Elizabeth Graver
Information and Registration: email@example.com
Wednesday, September 6 – Wednesday, November 15
7:30PM – 9:30PM
-Looking to fill out 8 teams
-All players must individually register and pay
-Players can sign up to be placed on a team, request to be on a team, or request to play with friend(s)
Wednesday, October 18
If you’re looking for a truly unique fall foliage trip, you’re going to want to travel up to New Castle County and board the Wilmington and Western Railroad during one of their Autumn Leaf excursions. The railroad itself dates back to the late 1800s and operates as a rolling museum, where you can experience the same routes that were used to transport goods between the mills on Red Clay Creek and the Port of Wilmington. The Autumn Leaf trains will take you through some of the most incredible fall foliage in Delaware, and because you won’t have to drive, you’ll be able to “ooh” and “aah” at all of the sites. All aboard!
– Depart late morning
– Lunch at the Iron Hill Brewery on the river in Wilmington
– Autumn train ride from the Greenbank station
– Depart for home approximately 4:30pm
Sunday, October 29
Come join us for a great cause as we run through a picturesque, USATF-certified course in support of The Parkinson’s Connection Program!
Join us for Avi Wisnia’s return to the Katz JCC! Avi will present his feature documentary “How Saba Kept Singing”, detailing his grandfather’s story. Holocaust Survivor Cantor David S. Wisnia’s remarkable singing voice helped save his life, especially in the notorious Nazi concentration camp. Since Cantor Wisnia’s passing, Avi continues to share his grandfather’s stories and songs of survival, tracing David’s harrowing life journey from young Polish singing star to Auschwitz prisoner to American liberator with the 101st Airborne. The Wisnias most recently traveled together to Poland to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
Date: December 4
Documentary Screening: 1pm
JCC Member: $25/Guest: $35
Monday, October 2
5pm – 6:30pm
Come celebrate the holiday with dinner, crafts and a program! Rain or shine.
At the Katz JCC, we’re proud to host educational, social and entertaining community events throughout the year. We are an inclusive center that welcomes individuals of all faiths, cultures, ages and abilities to be a part of our family.
Need a great space to hold a fundraiser, a birthday party, or another event? Rent rooms in our facility to easily host your next gathering! We offer a variety of different-sized spaces to accommodate your party size. Inquire today for details.
Enjoy a slow vinyasa/flow with assistance from block(s) and a strap. Perfect for those beginning their yoga journey or anyone…
Awaken, recharge and connect your mind-body together with a vinyasa flow and use of varying breath techniques.
This class consists of Cardio drills mixed with strength training moves.
An overall full body workout utilizing weights, bands, balls and more to strengthen and tone. All level workout.