Shakespeare as Historian with Peter Whitehouse will meet on the following Tuesdays 9:30-10:30am in the Adult Lounge: 3/3, 3/17, 3/31 & 4/7.
Discover Your Apple iPad (Fridays 3:45-4:45pm) will be cancelled until further notice.
World History with John Rossi was postponed to begin on 2/25 and will occur every Wednesday until 4/1 (1:15-2:15pm President’s Room).
Conversational Spanish with Isaias Mercado will begin on 2/23 and it will occur every Monday until 3/30 (11am-12pm President’s Room).
Canasta Instruction for Beginners has resumed as of 2/4 (Media Room 2-3pm).
Eithne McGowan’s art classes have resumed as of 2/11.
Financial Advice and Lessons with Janet Doherty will to continue to meet every Wednesday at 10:30am-12pm in the Adult Lounge.
Monday’s Israeli Folk Dancing will be for intermediate level dancers. Class will take remain in the Media Room 11:30am – 12:30pm.
Friday’s Chair Yoga will now take place at 1:30pm – 2:30pm as corrected on the Sports & Wellness schedule.
Monday March 2: Let’s Talk about: Comprehensive Services Available to Older Adults on Staten Island1:30-2:30 pm in the Adult Lounge
Speaker: Community Agency for Senior Citizens
Tuesday March 3: CONSUMER FRAUD PREVENTION WORKSHOP 12-2pm in the President’s Room
It happens every day. You receive a letter saying “YOU’VE WON A FREE PRIZE…” BUT READ THE FINE PRINT!
Speaker: Donna Harris, Public Information Rep. U.S. Postal Inspection Service
Wine and Hamantaschen 7:30pm The Story of Purim, Presented by Cantor Liat Forst.
A lighthearted look at the source of the obligation to get drunk on the holiday, traditions and songs for Purim.
Come & Enjoy wonderful stories with great kosher wine and songs.
$15 member/$18 non-member
Wednesday March 4: Trip to Philadelphia Flower Show. The buses are leaving at 9:30am from the JCC.
Any participant interested in attending Wine & Art event on March 26 must pay Branny as soon as possible, as the number of spots are limited.
Thursday March 5 : Cinema Club and Lunch. Cinema Club & Lunch. Freedom Writers. 2007,122 min. While her at-risk students are reading classics such as "The Diary of Anne Frank," a young teacher asks them to keep journals about their troubled lives -- hoping they can apply history's lessons to break the cycle of violence and despair. Cast: Hilary Swank, Patrick Dempsey, Scott Glenn.
Thursday Dinner/Entertainment: Join Joan Cadell and the Midnight Choir singing your favorite hits!
5pm-7pm in the Social Hall. $5 fee for entertainment, $3 recommended contribution for dinner.
Save The Date:
Monday March 9: Life Stream From 92 Y Comes to J. 7:30pm
Just Kids from the Bronx: Arlene Alda in Conversation Regis Philbin, Alan Alda and TATS CRU
What was it like to grow up in the place that bred influencers in just about every field of endeavor today?
The Bronx is where Al Pacino, Carl Reiner, General Colin Powell and so many other leading artists, athletes, scientists and entrepreneurs spent their formative years. Three of the Bronx’s favorite sons and daughters get together to reflect on stories from Arlene Alda’s new book, Just Kids from the Bronx, and to share memories of where it all began. Join them for an indelible portrait of the Bronx—and of America—from back-in-the-day to modern times.
7:30pm in the Social Hall
Tuesday March 10: CLLD/JCC Holiday Fair. 11am-6pm
Local vendors are welcome!
Wednesday March 11: Rescheduled trip to MOMA. The bus will leave the HCK at 10am.