World History with John Rossi will be cancelled on 10/7. The first day of class will take place the following week on Wednesday, 10/14.
All Jewelry classes will be cancelled until 10/17.
Tapestry of a People (9:30am-10:30am) with Amy Posner willresume again on Friday, 10/2.
International Civilization with Homer Vandoros will take place in the Ensemble Room 2 for the rest of the semester (Mondays, 1:30-2:30pm).
“The Time of Our Lives:” Impact of the 50s & 60s in Media with David Frankel has resumed as of Tuesday 9/1 at 11am.
Peter Whitehouse’s classes (Defiance in Spain 8/25-10/6 and Departure in Venice 11/17-12/22) will take place 9:30-10:30am Adult Lounge.
Monday October 5: JCC / CLLD Closed
Tuesday October 6: JCC / CLLD Closed
Thursday October 8: Special Presentation: Nostradamus. 12-2pm
Michel de Nostredame, better known as Nostradamus, is widely known as a French physician, astrologer and prophet. There were countless court physicians and astrologers over the centuries whose names have been lost to time. Nostradamus, however, remains well known more than 400 years after his death, mostly for a 1555 book he wrote titled "The Prophecies." Published later as "Centuries," it is a collection of quatrains (four-line rhyming verses), grouped into nine sets of 100 and one of 42, which many claim foretold the future.Join Saul Silas Fathi for a very special discussion.
Thursday Night Dinner and Entertainment: Our favorite Country Music Legend Loren is back! 6-8pm in the Social Hall. $5 fee for entertainment, $3 recommended contribution for dinner.
Friday October 9:1pm-2:30pm. The Therapy of Reconciliation- Book presentation with Helen Levin.