DeMarcus Ware is in the building!
Well, not the real DeMarcus Ware, but a life size cut out of him is now in the JCC lobby. So, stop by, take a picture with DeMarcus and post it to our Facebook page using #HangingWithDWare for your chance to win some great weekly prizes. The photo that garners the most ‘likes’ this week, will win (1) one month free of family membership dues (a $189 value)!
Want to see the real DeMarcus Ware?
Join us Tuesday, September 20 at 7:00 am for our 2nd Annual Hall of Fame Breakfast.
Arts, Culture & Jewish Life
What Happens After We Die?
Rabbi Elliot Baskin will present six classic Jewish positions from biblical, rabbinic and modern sources to elucidate this ultimate question on the hereafter and its implications for our lives.
When: Tuesday, August 30 at 10:15 am
Where: JCC Perlmutter Room
RSVP: Call Suzi Malman at 303.316.6358
Get Your JAAMM Tickets
Tickets on sale Thursday, September 1
We are very excited to announce the lineup for our signature multidisciplinary Jewish cultural extravaganza that is JAAMM Fest – Jewish Arts, Authors, Movies and Music! In addition, this year we celebrate 50 years of offering a book festival as part of the programming at the JCC/MACC!
The 9th Annual Neustadt JAAMM Festival will consist of several series including literature, music, movies, collaborations with other local organizations, and a theatre production. The festival kicks off with several Pre-JAAMM events in October.
Tickets go on sale September 1!
L’Dor v’Dor: Jewish Grandparent University
JGU helps grandparents and grandparents-to-be learn ways to support children in becoming parents for the first time while passing on Jewish family values and traditions.
This class is a great experience for both first time grandparents and grandparents having their second or third grandchild. Facilitated by Dr. Daniel Hettleman, Ph.D., P.C., it provides a wonderful opportunity to talk with other grandparents and help open lines of communications for all.
Overnight Work Complete
Last week, the crews installed water and sanitary sewer connections into Leetsdale during the night. (This is why there was minimal visible daytime work in the lower lot). The work is now complete and crews are back to working through the day to extend water and sanitation to the future location of the retaining wall. It is anticipated the lower lot will be paved by mid September. We are almost there!