Send out 2018 in Style

By Marcy Weiner-Lahav, Adult/Cultural/Judaic Department Director

It’s hard to believe 2018 is coming to a close, and with the end of the year come so many holiday celebrations and time to spend with loved ones. You don’t have to be a member of the JCC to join in our celebrations and the holiday season is a great time to try us out.

Send off the end of the year in style at our Laughter & Lo Mein comedy night on Monday, December 24. We’ll provide the food (Kosher Chinese for the win!), drinks and laughs. Jon Fisch and Michael Somerville will no doubt keep you laughing all night long. To register for this fun and entertaining night, please visit http://bit.ly/2Bn1CxI

Would you like to join us for lunch? We are a place where you can make new friends and many people reconnect with friends they have lost touch with. We have an incredible adult meal program that provides a delicious and nutritious Kosher lunch to older adults in our community each week, Monday through Friday. Thankfully, the Older Americans Act funds nutrition programs like ours throughout the country and you only have to be 60 years of age or older to participate. Our door is always open welcoming new attendees to our tasty and affordable lunch program.

Once you try us, you’ll be hooked and we hope you will join us for our Post New Year’s Party on Friday, January 4. If you are looking for exercise classes, discussion groups, clubs, trips, adult learning opportunities – don’t look any further. We have all these programs and more. We are your one-stop location for learning, socializing and being active and engaged.

In addition to our program geared directly to older adults, we have many community-wide events that have become incredibly popular over the years. The Katz JCC invites you to spend the evening with us,

With so much to offer, the Katz JCC can become your second home, you just don’t know it yet! Wishing for all a holiday season filled with health, fulfillment and new opportunities. Hope to see you at the J.

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