Adult Programs | Spring 2017

 

Men’s Club

Retired professionals and executives enjoy fellowship, over bagels, coffee, and stimulating persentations.
Men and women, welcome.
Men’s Club dues ($60 per year) and JCC membership required for ongoing attendance.
Elliott Topp, Chair
Wednesdays 10:00 a.m. - Noon
Bagels are served at 9:45 a.m.

Downloadable May 2017 Schedule

  

Kibbitz in Yiddish
Speakers and dabblers keep Yiddish alive with conversations, written word, song and laughter. Schmooze a bisl with this congenial group. 
Maddy Simon, Instructor

10 Tuesdays, 12:30-2:00 p.m., begins 2/7, 4/25 
Fee: $200; Member $180

 

The Ruth L. & Henry H. Renard Lecture Series
Mondays, 10:00-11:30 a.m., doors open at 9:30 a.m.
Weekly admission $5

The Renard Lecture Series welcomes persons 50 years of age and older who are seeking a cultural and intellectual experience at the JCC on the Hudson every Monday from 10:00 through 11:30 a.m. The program offers a unique opportunity to interact with engaging and scholarly individuals in a wide-range of fields including art, history, sports, dance, archeology, film, geography, and literature. Additionally, musical performances and music-based discussions range from Broadway, jazz, classical, and folk music. We welcome the whole community to join us for our fall open house.  No reservations necessary.

Read full schedule here.

Linda Paver, LCSW-R, Director Felicia Ash, Coordinator
For more information contact Linda Paver at (914) 366.7898 ext. 146.
Made possible in part by a grant from the Henry H. Renard Foundation.
Weekly program sponsorships are available.

 

Sundays @ the J with George & Friends

A popular monthly reading of original poetry
by local authors, as well as tributes to established poets.
George Kraus, PhD., published author and poet, Moderator 

1:30-3:30 p.m., June 4
Fee: $5 per month
Register at sundaywithgeorge.eventbrite.com

 

Volunteer!

ENGAGE: Jewish Service Corps for Boomers and beyond
Are you ready to use your skills, passion and leadership to tackle local issues like poverty, hunger, joblessness, education, the isolated elderly and children with special needs? Westchester’s Engage initiative is creating a community of volunteers who work sideby-side on group volunteer projects and individually with agencies as needed, and attend supplementary programming such as lunch and learn forums, film screenings and performing arts events. Engage gives volunteers the opportunity to “do good” on a daily, weekly, monthly, or occasional basis. Volunteers are matched with local organizations based on their interests and abilities. Our volunteers have already provided over 3,000 hours of service at many types of organizations, including Kids Kloset, Amazing Readers, Food Bank for Westchester, My Sister’s Place and Sunrise Camp for Children with Cancer.

To join us, contact Melissa Baer, at 914.366.7898 or melissa.baer@JCContheHudson.org.

UJA-Federation of New York’s ENGAGE Jewish Service Corp, is made possible through a grant from UJA-Federation of New York.

 

Counseling

Partners in Caring
Partners in Caring is dedicated to providing social and emotional support for individuals, families and groups in an approachable and accessible environment. We offer a friendly and professional ear for all of life’s challenges. Free individual, family, and group counseling and support sessions are available by appointment. Confidential messages can be left for Stefani at 366.7898x102. Stefani Cohen, LCSW, Faciliator

 

Parent Networks
Join peers for a FREE monthly discussion of how we parent our children. Learn from and lean on one another. Stefani Cohen, LCSW, Facilitator. A program of Partners in Caring, a partnership of Westchester Jewish Community Services and UJA-Federation of NY.

For Early Childhood Parents
First Wednesday of the month
Meets at Temple Beth Abraham, 9:15- 10:15 a.m.

For Parents of Grade School Children
Second Tuesday of the month: 1/10, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, 5/9
Meets at the JCC