Expressing oneself is one of the best and most fulfilling ways to chase your dreams. At the J, we believe that nurturing what’s in your heart and mind contributes to a happier you.
The Culture & Arts Department seeks to demonstrate, illuminate, and celebrate the breadth and depth of the human experience by exploring the power of culture, identity, creativity, and resiliency through educational, social, artistic, and cultural experiences. Whether your interest is in art, literature, film, Jewish life and learning, or Israel, the diversity of our programs is aimed at engaging you and your family where you are right now and where you want to be, regardless of your religion.
Have questions about our Culture & Arts Department? Contact Culture & Arts Director Rachel Singer | email@example.com | 717.843.0918
November 2 – December 20
October 19 | Member registration opens
October 26 | Non-member registration opens
October 29 | Swim registration closes
Tuesday Club provides educational programming for adults 55+. Topics include group discussions of current events, history, law, culture, wellness, and the arts.
September 15 – December 29 | Tuesdays | 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM | Auditorium | Member $10| Non-Member $15REGISTER
Tune in for three sessions covering 4,000 years of history addressing the sociological struggles of the Jewish people from the time of Abraham through current day presented by community activist Allison Siegelman.
Material and discussions will address the propagation of anti-semitic narratives in the context of religious, political, and societal movements that were designed to either marginalize or wipe out the Jewish people.
Registration required. You will receive a Zoom link & password the day of the event. *Please note that the given subject matter will contain content that is offensive and disturbing.
November 5 | 7:00 PM | Member/Non-Member FREE
November 12 | 7:00 PM | Member/Non-Member FREE
November 19 | 7:00 PM | Member/Non-Member FREEREGISTER