Health & Wellness
Jewish & Israeli life
Ruth PadawerThis workshop offers you an opportunity to preserve your memories and reflect on your past. Along the way, you’ll gain confidence in your literary voice and learn valuable writing skills. All welcome, regardless of writing experience.Sponsored by the Ratner-Seiden Senior Adult Center for the Arts.
Sheryl Intrator Urman, Artist, Curator and Art Lecturer
11/12: Gustav Klimt: The Man, His Art and the Woman in Gold Learn about the man and artist Gustav Klimt, who painted many Jewish wealthy young women from high society at the turn of the century in Vienna, Austria and get to know the man who loved gold.
12/10: Frida Kahlo: Her Art and Gardens By understanding Mexican female artist Frida Kahlo’s physical struggles, her loves, her tempestuous relationships, and the revolutionary time period she lived through, we will gain better insight into this complicated woman and her self-expressive art.
Allan DorfmanKeep up with the latest headlines and talk about local, national and international news. Allan will lead the discussion on various topics from sports and entertainment to business and politics. All opinions are welcome.
Michael Reingold, Associate Director, Thurnauer School Of MusicThis 3-week class will explore the great expressive range of the violin through listening to master pieces: Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, Brahms’ Violin Concerto, and Leonard Bernstein’s Serenade (After Plato’s Symposium).
Mona Fishbane, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Couples Therapist, and Author
Toby Glick, MS, School Psychologist and Psychotherapist with Extensive Experience in Leading Groups
The “Wise Aging” program, based on the book “Wise Aging’’ written by Rachel Cowan and Linda Thal, is designed to help us find new joy in life, make the most of our time, and grow in wisdom, resilience and spirit. To achieve our goals we will use the techniques of reflective discussions, Jewish text study, poetry, journaling, and mindfulness practice. This program offers social, emotional and spiritual insights to help us achieve a fulfilling and active older age – one that recognizes both the challenges and opportunities of growing older.
Topics include: relationships with adult children and spouses, cultivating well-being, developing nourishing friendships, forgiveness and reconciliation, living with loss, and creating a legacy. Required text: Wise Aging: Living with Joy, Resilience and Spirit by Rachel Cowan and Dr. Linda Thal
with Professor Ben NelsonReading and sharing a book with others brings a whole new perspective to the experience. Join us as Ben leads the exploration of these deeply affecting works. We’ll read the following 3 books:9/25: Judas by Amos Oz10/23: Less by Andrew Sean Greer11/20: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
As Medicare’s annual enrollment period is coming to an end., MedSuppExperts, the official Medicare advisor of the JCC, will break down the Medicare enrollment process and go over the options for Medicare Supplements that will help you make informed decisions, keep you from overpaying and have the coverage you need.
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Join us in the JCC's Grossmann Boardroom; Refreshments will be served. Free and open to the community.
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