Please note the following room changes for Wednesday February 11:
Financial Advice and Lessons will be moved to the Rotunda.
All ULPAN classes will take place in the Adult Lounge.
Canasta Instruction for Beginners has resumed as of 2/4 (Media Room 2-3pm).
Discover Your Apple iPad has resumed as of 2/6 (President’s Room 3:45-4:45pm).
Eithne McGowan’s art classes will resume on 2/11.
Dave Frankel will be substituting for Amy Posner on Friday 2/6.
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).
The last class of Music Rudiments with Elona Migirov for this session is scheduled to take place on 2/9.
Shakespeare as Historian will take place on 2/17 from 9:30-10:30am in the Adult Lounge.
Ulpan Basics, Ulpan I and Ulpan II will be cancelled on Wednesday 2/18.
Conversational Spanish with Isaias Mercado will begin on 2/23 and it will occur every Monday until 3/30 (11am-12pm President’s Room).
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 February 9: Let’s Talk: Please join Elder Lawyer Michael Camporeale for an informative and educational lecture where he will discuss topics such as estate planning, elder law issues, power of attorney, Medicaid planning, reverse mortgage and answer any individual questions you may have about elder law.
Adult Lounge 1:30-2:30pm
Wednesday February 11: Trip to Brooklyn Museum. The bus is leaving from HKC at 10am.
Thursday February 12: Cinema Club & Lunch. 12:00-3:00pm “The Other Woman” 2014,109 min, comedy.
New York lawyer Carly Whitten lives by strict rules when it comes to romantic relationships, but when she falls for suave, handsome Mark King, she unknowingly begins an affair with him. A surprise visit to Mark's home reveals that he is married to devoted housewife Kate. Carly and Kate direct their hurt and anger toward Mark, and when they discover yet a third woman caught in his web of lies, the three join forces for revenge.
5pm-7pm in the Social Hall. $5 fee for entertainment, $3 recommended contribution for dinner.
Save The Date:
Thursday February 19: 12pm. Israel Briefin - The Druze Community in Israel.
We will have as main speaker Koftan Halabi, Founder and Executive Director of the Druze Veterans Association. He has served as a Senior Advisor to Israeli Ministers and Members of Knesset.
He will discuss the ways they are making entryways into Israeli society for young Druze veterans. They are creating relationships with major corporations to help their youth study in universities and obtain the leaderships skills that are necessary to compete in the employment market. Employment and financial stability are often blocked due to low levels of education and the lack of employers willing to employ Druze individuals. This will be an open discussion to hear directly about their community and the challenges that they face.
Movie to follow: The Syrian Bride. 2004, 97min
Mona, a Druze bride-to-be, lives in a village on the border of Israel and Syria. Her father, a political leader, wants her to marry a Syrian comedian, but her move to Syria would likely be a permanent one, considering the political unrest between the two countries. The wedding planning is a nightmare, and tensions are high -- especially when Mona's siblings, who have moved on to new countries and complicated relationships, come home before the big day.
Local vendors are welcome!
Wednesday March 11: Rescheduled trip to MOMA. The bus will leave the HCK at 10am.